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I had a cheap pair of flip flops and instantly started having back issues. As soon as I switched to these (my first pair of chacos ever) I no longer had back issues and fell in love with these due to the arch support. I am a total believer in the support provided in all Chaco shoes, as I have added more to my collection. I work in chacos on hard floors all day and play in flips all night!
love it. Fits perfect in my dakine pack!
Do these bindings come with base plate insers so that they can be used with regular mounts and not the burton channel system???
I work up at a ski resort on Mt Hood and while I have the capablility to demo other boards for free I've stuck with this one all season. It's light and easy to rotate around if you're doing tricks and though it's directional I can rock it pretty easily while riding switch. I love, LOVE the channel system so that when I need to adjust my stance for powder I can do it much quicker then my friends. The graphics that appear when it get's in the snow aren't worth writing home about...I still haven't figured out which ones appear as it's such a minut detail...but I didn't buy this for the special graphics! The only downside to this board is that I can't throw my 115 lbs around enough to make it really pop in the park...but then again, this isn't technically a park board, I just make it go where I need too: powder, groomers, trees, kickers, pipe...this board has no problem keeping up with me :0)
I ride the 154