yah i guess thad be a good idea, im just wanderin if the teneighty flyer boot has any rep? good or bad and how it compares to the spk. ps im 5'3" and weigh 100 lbs. if that helps determine wut boot i should get in terms of flex\stiffness
the best boot it seems would be a race stock. get one with a really high number. 150 is good. start from there and make sure you dont get any bootfitting done. remember 3 sizes small and you'll have a very precise feel for you skis.
yah i thx guys, its just i dont really have a boot fitter in town right now. our one and only ski shop just closed down. so they just see wut kind of boot would fit u good? or do they fit the boot to ur feet and mold them? also lower the flex number the more flexy it is? or wut? sorry bout all these n00b questions but ya
Go to a shop. Try on a bunch of boots, and despite what the boots may be in brand and popularity, try to pick just based on what fits your foot best, and what feels best to walk around in. Your shop (if they're decent) will probably get you to do some flexes in them to see if the fit is right. You also probably want to replace the footbeds with custom ones if you can afford it, and if not, go get some superfeet ($25), they really help.
I just got a pair of Armada AR6's and am looking for a good pair of lightweight boots and bindings for them. I want something not too bulky and heavy (something I will be able to hike up for jumps and rails without too much difficulty). I have no idea which boots and bindings would be good for this, so I'd appreciate it if someone helped me out on this.
boots: go to a boot fitter, its impossible to recommend boots online so go to a trusted shop and get fitted
bindings: we need a lot more info about you, weight, height, ability, how hard you ski, if you have broke any bindings in the past, and your sole length...