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your buying boots for what you've heard, which is the dumbest mistake you can make in all you gear selection. The most important thing is boots. Go try boots out. you might end up in love with the ugliest one, the cheapest one, and hate the 1080...who knows? Drink 1 BASE a day, Keep the doctor away.
definately go to a store and try em on. although i actually was super lucky with my 1080s which i ordered from d-structure, i still needed plenty of boodwork and use a different liner. if you know it's the boot you want in the size you want, no sense spending more money than you need to at a local shop.
Im sure you could pick out some nice implants on the internet and purchase them to get later implanted on your chest!
Pete is currently sulking around Mt. Hood, shooting with Poor Boyz Productions and hitting on Kristi Leskinen. 'She hates guys,' Pete lamented, 'so itâ€™s not going good.' Apparently Canada isnâ€™t the only thing thatâ€™s tough for Pete to get into.
dont buy boots over the internet. go support your local shop, talk to a bootfitter who knows what they are doing, get a boot that is custom fit to you, and you will be ten times happier because of it, even if you end up paying a little extra money. boots that fit right are more important than any other ski equipment
^implants would be sweet to have as a paperweight or something, and people would be like, 'what's that?', and you'd be like 'a boobie', and they'd be like, 'gross!' and you'd be like, 'haha, yeah, I use it as a paperweight'
AIght, I fit boots at work cause thats my job. WHATEVER YOUR FRIENDS SAY DON'T MATTER. In hiking boots, each brand fits narrower or Wider, Lower of Higher volume. What shoes my best friend wears DON'T FIT ME. YOU have got to go in and try them, then order them online. Its a pain in winter, but your feet will thank you.
The smart man does not know everything, rather the smart man admits when he knows nothing.
I always buy my boots in the store. Don't look at which brand they are. Let myself be advised by the guy in the store. Mainly coz every pair of feet is different and this guy knows best what fits with my feet. I've got a pair of Rossignol Salto rx or whatever for the last 3 years and they fit me perfectly. THis guy in the store made them fit exactely to my feet. I even forget to change boots after skiing. Happened twice that I walked to the bar with my ski boots still on realising it only after 30 metres of walking.
^I love mine. Seriously, dont look at the names of the boots, think only of comfort. Boots are the number one most important peice of your setup. Sure, its a bit more expensive than going to a shop, but if you think about shipping (and then reshipping back if they dont fit), plus the added bonus of actually trying them on, its not too bad.