Letter from an appreciative reader in Australia
Such a well written and comprehensive article. I just bought my first
pair of boots and I was worried that my toes touch a tiny bit at the
front and that they feel a little ‘snug’. You have put my mind at ease
and it seems that by accident I have bought them exactly the right
size! If I had of sent them back and got the next size up I think I
would have been disappointed when they became too loose a little down
It’s refreshing to come across some helpful, well written and
obviously well informed info on the net, keep writing!
Thanks again and happy boarding!!
Aussie chick in the UK
November 30, 2012
from Lauren, editor SnowboardSecrets.com
Thanks for the props!
Glad I could help.
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