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Overall these boots are amazing! They are super comfy, pretty much no shin bang, look great and are super light! The only thing that i can point out is that the cables can get in the way sometimes, but overall i love them.
These boots make everything more enjoyable in the park. There light and easy to maneuver, they have the sock absorbent foot beds that take much of the impact if you case. I used to get a butload of shinbang in my old boots, i havnt got any with these.
The full tilt design is really cool! It takes a bit to get used to how tight to get them and how to get them on and off with the cables.
I think for 380 they were worth it. No shin bang, super comfy, and look amazing. (not that this really matters)
The new influence design is a really good idea to get more people in full tilts with wider feet like mine! I tried on the classics too which were a little narrow but these fit great! You dont even have to tighten them up much to get a really great feel on your foot.
I came from having a really stiff all mountain boot. When i tried these on i though i wouldn't like them because the would be too soft. I was actually very surprised at how nice the flex was. It is flexy but not too much. The flex definitely made it better hitting jumps and rails because it just makes everything so much more comfy. Overall there felxy compared to most boots but they still felt good on the rest of the mountain.
Overall they are holding up very well. One thing though, the bottoms cant be replaced so you probably don't want to walk on concrete as much.
the Booter is an awesome light boot that is durable enough to take everywhere your going on the mountain. best boot i think I've ever used, extremely fun and comfortable a must have i would say
The boot is really light and comfortable in really any condition. It's primarily designed for park and rails; but I've skied with it for everything and they still hold up very well. because the are so light, they are a lot more enjoyable and controllable.
at first the bright orange design struck me as sorta ugly, but seeing them in person the design is really cool and works with a lot of different styles.
i picked up the boots for like $500 or something, i dont remember for sure but i say its well worth the investment or the deal or whatever, i think i got a good deal on them at least.
My feet are still growing so i went with a size larger because i cannot afford boots every year. for the most part the boot is very snug and is extremely comfortable in the ankle region and the lower calf area.
the boot is pretty flexy keeping everything comfy but still rigid enough to kick tons of ass all the time
very durable, the toe piece itself is a little chipped but no big deal, the boot overall is still in great condition.