Welcome to the Newschoolers forums! You may read the forums as a guest, however you must be a registered member to post. Register to become a member today!
r00kieThe ones that fit right. Boots for different types of skiing are more marketing tham technology. I know people who charge hard in Full Tilts and people who ride park in Lange.
gorbdawggybrentB-Mack skis in Lange World Cup boots
Piss_BoyI might get told im wrong here but imo theres technically differences in a "park boot" and a non park boot. If a boot fits you, but has all kinds of techfittings and is heavier then your liking im almost positive you can find a very similar fitting boot that will in most cases work better for freestlye riding \_(..)_/
BradFiAusNzCoCaI want to try a 3 piece boot only because of the progressive “can’t find the front of the boot” feeling that I hear about.
But I may hate it..
I tried a 3 piece when I had no idea how to ski so I can’t remember
onenerdykidA progressive flex is one that starts out soft and then ramps up, becoming stiffer the deeper you into the flex pattern you get.
A linear flex pattern is one that feels more or less the same from start to finish.
What you are looking to try is a linear flex pattern, not a progressive one.
Julian0Exactly. Lange underrated
backyardcrackerlange also like $800 lmao
Julian0True but those blue boots get me going
onenerdykidWhat you are looking to try is a linear flex pattern, not a progressive one.