yup yup. sit down and listen kiddies. if your skiing jumps, and park, but still dont want to give up control outside of the park, there is only one style of boot to go with.: the 3 peice shell. by controling the forward flex with one large chunk of plastic, you are able to acheive HUGE amounts of soft, progressive forward flex, while still maintaing incredibly high levels of lateral stiffness. this means you can still ski the shit outta the ski, but will still have plenty of room to flex the boot for jumps, rails, butters, ect. plain and simple, no two peice boot will ever touch a decent 3 peice.
ok, now that we have that all sorted out. the 3 peice shell really started out with raichle back in the day. the raichle Flexon was, and still is regarded as the single best boot for freeriding. its incredibly light, has great flex, and still skis like a dream. however, while you can still get old stock flexons, they dont make um anymore. (raichle went outta business). Dalbello boots bought the patents on the design, and has been putting out SOILD 3peice boots for the past few years. i personally ride a set of ZX supersports, and with a few modifications, have become one of my favorite boots ever. the new Krypton boot is based very closely on the origional flexon. while not quite as light, its an amazing boot. plus, they even encourage customization of the boots shell. the entire boot is modular, and can be completely torn down for replacements or easier modification. as of current time, the krypton is the best boot you can buy for freeriding (if it fits). if you can still get ahold of them, the old line transfers were also great boots. i had mine for 3 years, and while they are great boots, they are incredibly fragile. they break often. (usually the buckles).
oh yeah, before i forget. the whole K2 rumor thing everyone is talking about... K2 is trying hard to bring back the origional flexon boot, and if thats the case, they will make many people very very happy.
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