So after skiing for three days last weekend...on my local golf course and in my backyard because I couldn't get out of New York in the insane snowstorm that was battering the entire northeast (ironic, right?), I have what some might call hella shinbang.
To be clear, I would never call it that, but anyway...
I want to buy a pair of Booster Straps for my 08-09 SPK Kaos-es, but have the following questions:
1. Do they really help reduce shinbang significantly/get rid of it entirely? And more specifically,
2. Do they work the way they are supposed to work, on my boots?
3. Will they fit on my boots, and not awkwardly at that?
4. How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
Please don't tell me to just get a pair of Full Tilts because they get rid of shinbang (I know); I tried, they don't fit my foot shape. And even if they did, my boots are only a season old, so I'm hanging on to them for a while. But if you really just can't help yourself and simply must say something about Full Tilts, please at least make it funny. +K if you make me laugh in your Full-Tilt-related post.