dude, you got hacked on in the other (exact same nonetheless) thread and you're gonna catch hell here too. asking us what kinda boots you should buy is like me asking everyone what i should eat for lunch tomorrow. like you said in your other thread, certain types of boots are better suited for certain types of skiing, but those guidelines arent always true. lots of people say a salomon 1080, but that's almost the same as the midrange salomon verse boots, except it has a rubber pad and it's a different color. if you dont go and try some on before buyijg them, you will be dissapointed i promise you. i'm just trying to help you get some equipment that will fit you. just remember that your boots are the only piece of equipment that you are always in contact with, so they better be comfortable and fit you right.
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