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February 6, 2013
grabbed these for a discount at a local boardshop to upgrade from the lashed. in the two days i rode them, i noticed my riding and balance got even better. i've coupled mine with the 2013 ultrafear and contact pro bindings, completing the ultimate setup. i've noticed that i don't even need to use my upper body for balance in presses and butters. i can even spin 360s faster now too. scott stevens said in an interview that he likes a stiff boot and a soft binding. it really is the perfect combo. it doesn't matter what you're riding, these will complete your ultimate setup. grab them while you can! they'll improve your riding and they just look damn good.
These or the Lashed?
are these really 80 dollars better?
By: Slippery Steve
December 28, 2012
Depends on what feel you want. These are a stiffer boot that's why they're more expensive. Typically the stiffer the boot, the more expensive they are. The lashed are a good all around boot though whether you're in the park or takin some free runs.
January 1, 2013
November 7, 2012
This boot is one of the more supportive boots in the Thirty-Two line, but still kills it everywhere from jibs to cliff drops. The lacing system on these boots really pulls snug on the ankle to help prevent heel-lift. The STI foam sole is nice and super-light, and when combined with the Level 2 footbed makes for a well cushioned boot. Used these while riding with a heel bruise and it was nice to have a secure ankle as well as good cushion underfoot.
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