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Humanoid Howl bindings , how are they ?

Postby Matt_TYRCZ » Mon Feb 19, 2018 2:48 am

anybody has any experience with this boots ?

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Re: Humanoid Howl bindings , how are they ?

Postby Eurus » Mon Feb 19, 2018 6:40 am

Great boot. Lower profile than traditional boots. Good flex and very durable.

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Re: Humanoid Howl bindings , how are they ?

Postby Kitetwin-1 » Thu Mar 15, 2018 1:23 am

I have the 2016 boots and am very happy with them, as previously stated they are a lower profile so they don't have the locked in knee sensation. I have two suggestions for Humanoid about these boots which they did not get back to me on. 1/ put a heel strap on the boots so they are easier to get on. 2/ Increase the length of the lower since strap so that you can get a reasonable purchase on the strap to tighten. Many of us do not have shallow launches and so boots can be a tad difficult to get on in deep water. I took my boots to a cobbler and had the alterations done for $10. I highly recommend these boots, btw I am an old rider 59 so boots are not just for kids.

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