Quit fiddling with those boots, already.
- Full-length liner lacing system with lace lock improves heel hold and fit
- Heat-moldable Level 2 liner features triple-density Ultralon foam and EVA, as well as a luscious Fuzzy Cuff, for all-day comfort
- Aegis antimicrobial coating keeps the liner less ripe
- Mid-soft flex for a comfortable ride in the park or on the slopes
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I hear you should buy boots about a 1/2...
I hear you should buy boots about a 1/2 size smaller than your shoe size to allow for pack out...so do you know how do these boots fit? Do they run small? or true to size?
If I wear an 8 shoe with my toes at the end, would a 7.5 in these be right?
Most boots with at least a level 3 liner, well with 32 anyways, run pretty true to size. Depending on how much you ride will determine the 'pack out' of your boot. But it is always good to go a half size smaller just for that fact. So yes an 8 will fit true to size, but in a few months you will notice you have a little more wiggle room in the toes or heel. So go for a 7.5, heat mould them and they will be perfect
I love these boots, they are easy to get on, super warm, really comfortable, and I love the Boa system. I fail at lacing up regular boots tight enough, so the Boa is a huge help.
If you don't like laces...
this boot is for you! Gets you on the mtn quickly since you're not hurting your fingers or wasting your time trying to tie your laces nice and tight, the BOA system does it for you. It takes a lot of cranks to get the boot snug but once it's tight, you're set for the day. The fuzzy cuff liner is a nice too-soft and comfortable right on your shin.