i fractured my tibia (shinbone) about a month ago now, and when i get my cast off and am ready to ski the doctor said i would be ok for jumps and rails as long as i dont case much, or take any huge impacts. i was looking for some new ski boots and heard that some of the recent freestyle ones had some technology that helped absorb a little bit of the impact, are there many of these, and are there any that are decently priced? thanks
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i dont really see how booster straps would help in the way that boots with shock absorbers would. hes talking about the vertical force applied by an impact, not shinbang caused by the impact, or thats what i got out of what he said.
french fried when he should have pizza'd. rookie mistake.
i like the new lange banshee, full vibram sole, plus all the shock absorption you see from everyone else. the nordica ignitons are nice too. go find out what fits your foot the best and see if theres a freestyle version of it.