Spinning the dial gets you to spinning in the park that much faster.
- Level 1 Fit System liner features a single-pull lacing system to maximize comfort and hold
- The liner�s anatomical heel-retention system helps hold your foot in place for optimal response
- A 3D-molded tongue provides a comfy fit and makes lacing even easier
- EVA footbeds and midsoles absorb landing impact and vibrations
- New rubber outsoles provide grip when you have to hike
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These boots are really nice. They are very quick and easy to get in and out of. laces on the liner is the way to go, instead of inside the boot like some others.
These boots tend to run a big. The toe box is roomy which is great, but the heal area is also a little large. I ordered my normal size which is 11.5 and they were too big. I probably need a full size down from my usual.
Definitely great boots. good buy
these things are sick
these boots are really solid and good boots
i have burton freesyle bindings and i was...
i have burton freesyle bindings and i was wondering will these fit in my bindings and do these fit true to size
You *might* want to order 1/2 size up. I usually wear a 10.5/11 depending on brand, and I'm wearing 11s in my ThirtyTwo TM2 boots; they fit just right after having them heat molded. My last pair of 32s was the same way. Check out the reviews on the TM2 boot for some info about how they fit & breaking them in.
I'm riding Burton Cartels, i think similar enough binding technology. The newer 32s fit really well in the burton bindings. These boots have very similar (probably identical) toe shape. Here's a picture of mine locked into the bindings. they fit great.