Ride Strapper Keeper Snowboard Boot - Men's - 2009
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Im wondering about these boots do they run straight or are they a little bigger, i realize that the cushion will break down but i have big feet where 13 shoe and im hoping that these will fit perfect, my old boots had to go with 14 which sucked for riding
By: Kasey L.
October 12, 2011
Sizing for these is pretty much in line with regular shoe sizing. I'm a 10.5 shoe and would wear a 10.5 in the Strappers.
Shorter Performance Fit - this means no more big clunky boots. Stoked!
October 19, 2011
January 30, 2011
These boots are amazing and get better the more you wear them. They are definitely park boots, but they feel as cumfy as skate shoes. These ride strappers also use velcro instead of laces which is much better. An extra nice thing about them is their style. These boots look sick, like the best I have seen.
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these are last years. 50% off usually isn't the norm for this seasons gear.
By: Tim Bohlken
January 3, 2011
September 28, 2010
I get a lot of compliments on these boots. They are the most comfy pair of boots ive ever owned, feels like a sneaker on my feet. I love the flex and easy lace system. Definately a soft boot meant for freestyle and park riding which I am all about. I am sold on the design look and feel. If you want style and freestyle/park function, get these. Previously I had older 08 DC judge single boa. These are definately lighter and less bulky with more flex.
May 15, 2010
Super pow day this spring in tahoe and i my boots got left in my locker @ kirkwood. well i me and crew where going to squaw so i needed to barrow a pair. My buddy threw me these boots and said if you like you can keep them.(red flag). The thing if you try hike or ride balls deep pow the straps don't mix with the snow. They freeze and don't stay tight.