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femalehuman wrote an answer about on August 31, 2009

yes, of course. although not recommended. your feet will HURT, and if you're a beginner, you won't enjoy yourself.
these take a while to break in. as a beginner, maybe look for something softer, flexible. you won't own just one pair of snowboard boots all your life, so go ahead and buy a pair that you'll enjoy right now, not years from now.

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femalehuman wrote a review of on April 20, 2009

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I've actually got three now: black, burgundy, and these chocolate ones were the latest addition. Over the last five years, they've consistently stayed my favourite pants to ride in. Love the fit: baggy and comfortable, with plenty of room to move and/or layer in (they even fit great with impact shorts, for those days when you feel you gotta...). Pockets are great, love the stash pocket on the left leg. My favourite thing about these pants is the venting tho. Inseam AND out, which means on those warm spring days you actually get air moving right through, which works great!

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femalehuman wrote a review of on April 6, 2009

5 5

got the trs w/ magna and banana, love it, won't go back ever. it took me a bit to get used to the reverse cambre, but it works super well with the magna traction and and is great to ride anywhere on anything. now if only lib tech would make some more universally-appealing graphics: i don't particularly like the smokey-neon-skull shape on mine. don't need rainbows and unicorns, but c'mon guys!

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femalehuman wrote a review of on November 18, 2008

5 5

So yea, when i first bought them they were impossible to put on, super tight fitting. got them heat molded, and while they were still a pain to put on, held my feet super tight and were comfortable. this will be my fourth season in my first pair...and i ride 'bout 100 days a season, and i'm still usin' em. bought a backup pair last year, just in case mine finally died, but they're still goin'. sure, they're not as stiff, but stiff enough, and i've got the option of adding the additional stiffener to the front should i need to. i make sure never to walk on pavement in them (every time your heel hits the ground, it softens your boot), and i guess i take pretty good care of my gear...the toe bit with "32" on it is starting to come off, but nothing a bit of shoe goo won't fix. i'm stoked about the ankle tightening bit on the newer models...can't wait to try that (it's on my backup boots that i haven't used yet)!

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