and most of all, your feet. Personnaly, tecnica is the boot that have the best fit for my foot. Go to some shop and try a lot of boot, thats the only way to know wich one is the best... and for the stiffness, only you know what you need...
'Moi c'que j'propose c qu'on envoye chier l'monde, on leur paye une criss de traite'
Ditto, see a bootfitter, you could name your weight, riding ability, approx width of your foot, and flex preference and we could probably narrow it down to 2-3 boots for you to try on... but either way you have to see a bootfitter so you may as well just do that.
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But are there a specific range of boots i should be looking at? I am mainly into park riding on an intermediate level, i ride rails can do anything from a 180 to a 720 and grabs off fairly large kickers. The problem i had this year was that i was bruising my feet on landing, by the 4th day of a 6 day ride my feet were in alot of pain not thru any fault of the boot. Is it my landing technique thats dodgy or do i need a specific type of boot?
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