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m_shinewrote a review of on January 18, 2010

4 5

Nice bindings. I wear the Burton Lodi boots in a 7.5 and got the medium bindings and they fit perfectly. These give great control over the board, but I have to say the cap straps that came with the binding were pretty useless. They slid off at least once every run. I picked up a set of really grippy cap straps (i think around $10-12, made for the men's small bindings) to swap out and haven't had a problem since.

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m_shinewrote a review of on January 18, 2010

5 5

First off, I'm not a kid. I'm a 5'3, 115 lb grown up. But this board was the PERFECT size for me to learn on! Since we've got a lot of ice and artificial snow on the east coast, I don't have to worry about the short length sinking into powder and the magne-traction cuts thru ice like butter. Now that I'm well into my 2nd season this board is getting seriously flexible and it's a blast trying to do ollies and other little tricks. I can't say enough about this board, not to mention the price; if you're cool with riding a shorter board you get all the technology of Gnu's B-Pro boards for a steal! The only drawback I can see is that this year's model doesn't come in the smokin' hot pink unicorn graphic!
I'm sure one of these days I'll graduate to a longer board for trips out west, but I'm NEVER going to part with this little guy.

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m_shinewrote a review of on January 17, 2010

4 5

This was the first pair of boots I bought and the difference they made over rentals was amazing.

They fit pretty true to size, I usually wear a 7 in street shoes and went with a 7.5 in these to avoid my toes falling asleep(which they still do a bit, but I think it has more to do with my feet than the boots). Probably could have gone with a 7 as they are now fairly broken in and my heel is starting to slip up a bit.
All in all a fantastic boot to learn on; comfy enough to keep you going all day. I've worn them pretty much every weekend for 1 1/2 seasons and they still look new. Also, LOVE that the liner has a little pouch to slip the toe warmers into!

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m_shinewrote a question about on January 17, 2010

Best focus boa boot?


I'm between these 32s and the DC Mora boots. (or any other focus boa womens' boots) I'm currently wearing the Burton Lodi's and am getting sick of always stopping to tighten them, not to mention my feet fall asleep after about 20 mins. How do the two compare comfort wise? Is the sizing fairly similar? Suggestions, anyone???

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m_shinewrote a question about on January 17, 2010

Best focus boa boot?


I'm between these 32s and the DC Mora boots. (or any other focus boa womens' boots) I'm currently wearing the Burton Lodi's and am getting sick of always stopping to tighten them, not to mention my feet fall asleep after about 20 mins. How do the two compare comfort wise? Is the sizing fairly similar? Suggestions, anyone???

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