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A classic skate kick reincarnated for the mountain.
- Low-profile sole improves board feel and provides plenty of traction
- Cushy removable Delta liner includes J-bars to help eliminate power-sapping heel lift
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I think they're very good! :)
Is the black/print purple or is it like...
Is the black/print purple or is it like grey beacause i see pictures of it purple and some are grey.
Parker Backflipping On Mt. Hood
Parker backflipping on Mt. Hood
I rode the 2010 version of these, which the boa system failed the last day of riding (small plastic piece broke, still worked fine, but was looser) I sent the boots back to DC and they sent me the 2011 version. These boots are amazing, with a few flaws. Occasionally the tongue gets caught in the boa (small issue). The interior is extremely warm, even to the point that I wear thin dress socks on days the temps are above 15degrees F.
Solid but boa prone heel lift
I had a pair of these 4 years ago, lace ups, were good until they packed out more than a stripped at stag party. The boa system is convenient, but lacks overall functionality. If your riding park laps till sundown or you have feet that hurt a lot then go bananas! I prefer the feeling of no heel lift and snug even boots. This is why I will be buying 32's from now on. DC's are exactly what DC say they are, a skate shoe for the snow. I would prefer a snowboard boot for the
Just started snowboarding last year. First pair of boots and they were not comfortable at all. Maybe the boa system isn't for me. They tightened across the top of my foot and made it extremely uncomfortable. I'll be looking for a different pair. Any recommendations?