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Erich Schreier

Erich Schreier wrote a review of on July 30, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have the older version of these boots from 2012. They have tinkered with the liner a bit but the boot is essentially the same. These boots have accompanied me from the park to the pow to the backcountry and back again. They can be difficult to step into, but once you're in, they grip your leg like a horny chihuahua and hang on til you shake them off, despite only having two buckles. I have never experienced shinbang with these, and the only thing that failed on me was the powerstrap which I was able to fix with some metal wire. My feet are not fat, they are big boned, and I was quite cozy with the 98mm last width. Unless you're getting thrown free boots everyday by your sponsor, than I believe these are the best you can buy that will take all over the mountain.

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Erich Schreier wrote a review of on January 15, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I haven't been on very many boats, but now I can say I own a pair of them. Like I expected, these skis blasted through the bottomless pow pow like it was nobody's business. On the corduroy they carved better than a canoe builder. At the end of the day when my legs were fried, they refused to let go. Just like a psycho girlfriend, they are relentless and can really burn your thighs, but there is something about them that keeps you coming back for more. As long as the Pettitors are under your feet you will be shredding nasty turns.

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Erich Schreier wrote a review of on June 10, 2013

4 5

The grip on these poles are killer. They feel stronger than Wonder Woman's thighs. Only complaints are the baskets, which are difficult to get off, and the strap. The strap is essentially a little piece of twine with a little knot holding it together. However, with a little adjustment of your own the concealing strap can be everything you ever dreamed of. Solid poles all round.

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