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Kyle's Passions

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den2503021 wrote a review of on October 25, 2008

5 5

This is probably the stiffest boot I've ever stepped into. I didn't get a chance to ride on them, but they are top notch quality. I've found in the past that a stiffer boot means more discomfort, but not for the Malamute. Salomon knows what they are doing! I didn't feel a single point of discomfort no matter which way I flexed, dipped, or twisted in these suckers. It gives you rock solid support with a super cush liner that feels like cashmere. I could only afford the Synapse, which are much softer, and not quite as nice but I wish I could have had the coin for these Malamutes, I would definitely pick them up!

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den2503021 wrote an answer about on October 24, 2008

Take it to your local shop and they blow hot air into the liner while its still in the boot. Then you put your foot into it and lace it up as you would if you were going to use it. As the liner cools down, it will shape to your foot. The best time to do it is at one of those little shops right at the base of the mountain, then you can ride on your boot while the liner molds to your foot, plus your feet are nice and toasty!

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den2503021 wrote an answer about on October 24, 2008

according to burton's sizing charts, for a womens large binder, you would prolly want to roll with a Medium or Large. In your case, since you are right near the peak of a Medium, I would opt out for the Large so you aren't maxing out your strap adjustability on the Medium.

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