Flight Time wrote:So, besides toeside carves, why would you want to use boots?
Starsky wrote:Flight Time wrote:So, besides toeside carves, why would you want to use boots?
I kinda feel like I can do everything better if I'm not constantly having to scrunch up or extend my toes.
But your getting off topic
dandaka wrote:Tiago1973, where is too risky to go with boots?
BigPaul wrote:Hi Nectar
The situation I got into, it really did not matter what I had, boot, binding or joint. I would have lost the board.
It was all down to poor decision making on my part. an expensive lesson learnt.
Only two riders
light wind day.
The old last run before the wind dies! ( we've all done it)
Went too far out
Took a long time to re-launch
I don't use a leash.
Board got away from me whilst trying to re-launch
all this added up to a very sad day
Starsky wrote:The only upside to straps is that you can be dainty stepping on and off the water.
tautologies wrote:That said...catching a board tip hurt a hell of a lot more with boots...
Tiago1973 wrote:in the waves when the sets are higher than ~ head high.
tumbling in the white water with the board attach to your feet is a bit scary.
DirkGently wrote:Are you confused on the function of boots? They positively attach your feet to your board. Which means as well as being able to relaunch your kite more effectively, you aren't going to have the board 'get away from you' in a situation like this.
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