Vans Encore Snowboard Boot - 2009
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April 11, 2010
These boots fit small, I suggest going at least a half size up from your normal size, in my case I needed a full size up.
I found these boots difficult to get in and out of due to the way the laces on the inside of the boot are positioned. Getting the liner in with those laces in the way is kind of a pain, and getting the liners out is equally difficult. I am basing this on a comparison to other boots which have the internal laces on the liner instead of the inside of the boot, which makes it super fast to get the liners in and out.
Aside from fitting tightly around the toe, being a bit small, and somewhat difficult to get in and out of, these boots seem to be well constructed and have a high build quality. I imagine if they fit your foot right they would be very comfy too. People with smaller feet or who like smaller toe boxes will probably dig these boots a lot.
Will these boots in a size 12 work with Ride EX bindings in size XL??? If not i might have a dilemma=(
March 11, 2010
you'll be fine man, usually for 11 up a large binding will do fine so XL will be good for 12's
By: Connor Kerkezian
March 27, 2010
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February 1, 2010
Got the wild bad brains yellow versions. True to fit perhaps a 1/4 size smallish before breaking in which is how frankly I think they ought to be....nothing sux worse than a loose fitting boot. They broke in well, good flex, boa is very fast twist a few times and off and running. So far so goof very happy with them this season.