hey, im looking into buying new boots for next year in a end of season sale, and i have been bootfitted, and this is one of the couple that fits my feet. i was wondering what people's opinion of this boot is since i haven't seen any reviews of it?
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ive got the agent 80s and theyre sick all mountain. i think if you ski bumps or park you should stay away from the 100s because of their stiffness. what kind of terrain do you ski? how much do you weigh?
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SICK!!!!! i absolutely love mine. This is my first year ever skiing but i have been doing huge lofty 360's and bombing rails at higher speeds and land solid. I wore these straight out of the box, no fitting no adjusting, and love em, guess when i actually have time i'll adjust them this summer. But i mean c'mon, straight out the box! Fucking wonderful! Seriously no gripes. I even bought these used from daloopdigga on here for 300 at the beginning of the season. Baller ass boots, seriously. Plaid green is beast btw
Just got a pair on an end of season sale and so far I've loved them. I got the 100s and they are quite flexy and absorb a lot. If you ski all mountain as well, I would go with the 100s because they'll help you hold your edge better and initiate turns quicker (at least, in my experience).
I've skied them in the park as well and they are dope. Nice and soft off the jumps, and light and nimble enough to play around on the rails.
Like someone mentioned earlier, I hardly adjusted mine and they have been brilliant so far. The liner molds really nicely, although it may take you a day or two to truly mold them.