Anyway, what you want is to try the boot yourself on. It's not about what boot is best, it's about what boot fits you best. That's the only thing that matters. Go to your local shop and try them on. Just buy the one you feel most comfy in...
please...I really don't want to see a thread from you in a few months called "My Full Tilts hurt my feet" or "My Kaos's Suck" or something like that. You need to find the boots that fit the best to your feet - not which are the coolest.
are you retarded? boots in skiing are EVERYTHING! its important to get a good boot, that fits well, has a flex you like and is just plain compfy. Me personally would go with the hot doggers but its really up to you and what feels best.
Please, please, please, don't buy a boot just because it's popular. Boots are your most important piece of equipment. If you buy boots that don't fit properly, you're going to end up injuring yourself, possibly permanently.
I know "fulltilts" is pretty much a goddamn mantra around here, but a boot that fits well and is rated for a different aspect of skiing is a MUCH better buy then a poor fitting "park" boot.
i guess i could have made my first statement clearer, i should have said "its not what you wear, in terms of brand name or product recognition among peers but rather what you do in your boots regardless of their name or look, which is why i rock womens boots. they fit my tiny girl feet like a dream"
good post there though bud, calling me out on a simple little mix up
the quickest way to a girls bed is through her parents, have sex with them and you're in
Is there some reason a robot made off wax can't take a nap standing up in the middle of a bunch of wax robots? Or does that 'confuse' you?
Seriously though get what boot fits your feet.. I went into a shop thinking I was gonna be dropping 600 on a pair of boots and ready to do that.. and ended up paying 350 cause they fit my feet by far the best