and if they dont fit you will have horrible cold feet and you will have wasted 200 bucks and now you will need to go to a bootfitter and get the best fitting boot in the store because thats what you should have done first
Not necessarilly. A great fitting boot can be very cold, and a poor fitting boot can be warm. Granted, the fit allows for more circulation, which means warmer feer, but the liner, and toebox design play major roles in that as well.
With my most sincere regards,
"Skiing should be more like other "action" sports in which there are many different styles and ways of going about it all in which are accepted..make sense?" -powfoka
Haha yah i saw someone make a reference to that thread on someone elses boot question an i was just like shit, im a prick. Im leavin for CO in bout 2 weeks an i decided to try to find a sale in a shop out there i was plannin on havin the capability of returnin them if i bought online. But does neone have these boots, tell me how you like em. I want a boot thats good in park but still versitile enough to take through the rest of the mountain.