Freestyle freedom never tasted so sweet.
- AntiGravity EVA outsole offers lightweight cushioning and great traction
- Skate Cuff locks your heel down in cushy comfort
- Pureflex Quad lacing conveniently and independently tightens the forefoot, instep, ankle, and upper areas for a super-dialed fit in less time
- Jointed Cuff allows a smooth, kink-free flex throughout the boot's range of motion
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lacing system is horrible, boot will not stay tight and cannot lock my ankles in to prevent heel lift in the boot. Probably the worst boot ive ever owned. The traction is also horrible unless your on bone dry pavement you will be busting your arse everywhere.
verrrryyy niiiicee! get them...now!
cool boots....great boots, one of the most comfortable boots ive worn...a little time consuming to get on but not very much more that any other boot. been running them for a while,
i recommend these boots. very firm, yet not to stiff. perfect for all day riding.
Horrible Lacing System
I had the Libertine Pureflex last season and can easily say that this is without a doubt the worst attempt at a speed lacing system.
Let me start by saying that on average I ride upward of 100 days a season, so I tend to go through two pair of boots a season and understand that they breakdown, but these were horrible.
The X lacing which occurs at the tongue is not well thought out - when you put forward pressure on the boot the energy is distributed outward and into the articulating cuff of the boot. An articulating cuff already absorbs a lot of energy, but through this design it absorbs even more. When you have a traditional lace or even other speed systems you cross the laces over the middle which helps absorb the energy.
I had 7 days in these boots before the articulating cuff buckled to the point that I had no upper support in my boot. These boots, at just 7 days old, were less supportive than a previous pair of Libertines (lace) that had over 80 days in them.
Additionally, the design is poor. The lacing system for the boot is just one lace that runs through the entire boot - it's not a true upper and lower zone, but rather just one string channeled through the whole boot.
The bottom line: stick to traditional laces.
Another thing to mention: the AntiGravity sole may be light, but it has the worst tread pattern of any boot. Don't expect much grip with this boot - if you plan to hike in this boot, buy some crampons as well as these will slip on anything short of dry pavement.