so this year im getting some new boots price isnt really a factor so... im in the park probly 90% of the time i would like a boot that is comfy... the boots that im currently thinking of: Head Mojo, Salomon 1080 foil or maybe even the Salomon SPK...im riding a pair of stl's
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people are gonna flame the shit outta you saying taht you need to try on as many different typoes that you can. They're also gonna tell you that you sould never but boots from the net. That said I recomend trying on some delbello kyrpton rampage, it is designed for the park but performs very well else where.
the key to a good boot is fit.. although the category(usually just flex) is important as well.. congradulations on narrowing down the field into a some choices that seem to fit your need.. the next step however is to try them on with a bootfitter. none of these boots are bad, put it that way.. i love my 1080's, you cood hate them, people love the krypton's i cant get my foot in them.. its ALL about foot shape... so try them on and see what you like best... its impossible to do a bootfit online.. if you told me your approx foot width(narrow, medium, wide) than we cood narrow it down to probably 2 or 3 choices.. but dont take boot advice online, go try um on!
yes there is, a park boot generally has a softer flex and some soft of shock absorber built in.. now that doesnt mean the best boot for you for park is always wats classified as a "park boot" but there are park boots on the market to try
It's all marketing. "Shock absorbers" really don't do a lot. A good footbed is a hell of a lot more help for shock absorbsion. Soft felx? Just get an intermediate boot if you want it soft and save yourself a hundred bucks.
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