Inner boot was crushed inside and wrinkled so badly that the wrinkles dug into my foot. I need to return them anyway because they're too small, but they would have worked out okay if not for the crushed liner and sizing.
How accurate was the sizing? I went a half-size up from my regular size and they were still too small.
Please tell us about the quality of the product. So-so...Decent for the price.
Was the product free of any manufacturer defects? I think so.
These are decent boots for a beginner boarder. They dont have an inside liner, since the liner is "built in" to the actual boot. This makes it easy to get in and out of the boots--like a regular boot would be. I didn't like that the only way to tighten the boots is the lace/shoestrings. This means, the laces would loosen up after a couple runs, and then I would have to tighten my boots again. I've used these probably about 4-5 times now, and feel like they are starting to lose their shape. But, I would say I am an intermediate boarder and probably put more wear on these than a beginner would. I bought these because I had a $75 gift card for O.co... but, if you want a more quality, longer lasting boot... I would say, wait til end of the winter season for the sales on the better name brands and better built boots.
How accurate was the sizing? accurate
Please tell us about the quality of the product. ok
Was the product free of any manufacturer defects? yes