dracop wrote: ↑Thu Aug 17, 2017 6:31 pmI eyeballed weight on Amazon.
Focus on wet weight tho not dry weight.
Funny I am upgrading my old LF Index Boots I bought years ago. I chose Hyperlite Team OT since there is a great sale in them atm. Hoping they are abit lighter than my Index boots.
Really wish LF had kept making the Ultras in OT. I have a CT pair that fit my feet perfectly but really like oversized OT better (I like size 14-15 boots for my size 12 feet - the board comes off without breaking my knees when I go down in heavy wind/seas).
yeah, i regret getting laces too, such a pain in the ass for kiting. i ended up getting the boots semi-tight and tying knots in the laces so I can still slip my feet in and out, and they've stayed like that for the last 3 years or so
Man try some systems by hyperlite. I was just up in Michigan and if you want to demo a pair then go check out Action wake park. They are a hyperlite dealer so they might have some demo pairs. I use the low cut systems with AJ boots which works great for me but they do have stiffer boots in their line up. All so if your a size 10 the smaller binding works better. It's what I use.edt wrote: ↑Sat Aug 19, 2017 3:43 pmNice comments. I'm still riding my cwb boots but at some point shoe goo won't be able to fix them anymore. 10 pounds for a boot is way too much. not a fan of the velcro just too much seaweed where I live. after 10 sessions you might as well be wearing clown shoes. I want my boots firm not too tight but tight enough that you don't pop out of your boots. Nothing is worse than one foot in one foot out.
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