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These any good? I've got 2007 burton boots that are pretty nice but would like new ones and I love ThirtyTwo
February 13, 2013
Yes, great boot for the price. Solid liner and footbed. These are really soft though and recommended for park riding, just so you know. If you're more of an all-mountain rider you may want to go with something stiffer.
By: Josh Chapman
February 13, 2013
March 25, 2013
I got these this season to replace my absolutely crap Ride Anthem boots, and they've been excellent.
They are honestly the most comfortable things I have ever worn on my feet. Sometimes I wear them around the house like slippers- that's how comfy they are!
I wear size 13. They seemed a little tight at first but after wearing them around the house they soon became nice.
The low-profile design with the straight back side allow them to fit perfectly with my bindings (Union DLX).
These boots have a soft flex but are pretty responsive when leaning back to go heel-side, and have been good for riding a variety of conditions (park, pow, going balls-out fast, etc.)
I haven't needed to heat-mold them, but my local Zumiez store offered to do it for free anyway if I ever want to. That's good to know.
These have been good and durable, too. Of course, they might get damaged if I rested my board edge on my back boot while on the lift, but I don't do that for that reason. If I do need to rest my board, I use the heel loop of my back binding, which has not damaged these in any way (this scratched my previous boots). They have lasted a lot longer than my old Ride boots did.
In addition to their great performance on the snow, these boots in black also have a badass look that somewhat reminds me of my combat boots.
The build quality of these is excellent. I was comparing them to a pair of Burton and DC boots the same price in a store a few weeks ago, and they were completely superior in every way. Especially my old Ride Anthems, which now retail $200 (These $150). You get much higher quality at a much lower price with any ThirtyTwo boots.
ThirtyTwo also has great customer service. I've been a little aggressive on the laces this season to the point where they've worn out. I contacted ThirtyTwo about it and they sent me a replacement pair of laces for free.
When I eventually retire these (will be at least another whole season), I'm coming back for another pair!
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