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<td><font face="'Arial Rounded MT Bold','Arial Black',Arial" size="+2" color="#FFFF00">For sale:<p>OXYGEN PROTON Snowboard Boots<br>size 30.5<br>New In Box</p></font></td>

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<td><font face="'Arial Rounded MT Bold','Arial Black',Arial" size="+2" color="#FFFF00">This high-performance four-buckle boot features:<ul><LI>Rugged buckles with micro-adjust</LI><LI>Cuff cant adjust</LI><LI>Heel-lift adjust</LI></ul></font></td>

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<TR><TD><font face="'Arial Rounded MT Bold','Arial Black',Arial" size="+2" color="#FFFF00"><ul><LI>Multi-position forward lean adjust <br>w/ 'ride/walk' mode</LI><LI>Forward flex adjust</LI></ul></font></TD></TR><tr>

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</tr><TR><TD><font face="'Arial Rounded MT Bold','Arial Black',Arial" size="+2" color="#FFFF00"><ul><LI>And a big, beefy powerstrap for precise fit <br>and instant energy transmission!</LI></ul></font></TD></TR>

<TR><TD><font face="'Arial Rounded MT Bold','Arial Black',Arial" size="+2" color="#FFFF00">$225 plus shipping<p></p>These boots are new and are a great buy. You'll be stoked <br>and will enjoy many years of high performance riding in them!</font><p></p>

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The boots, which I purchased online, don't fit so I haven't tried them on snow. I wish they did fit, they are great boots.

The construction and features compare favorably to the other high-end four buckle boots out there (I currently ride Deeluxe Indys and rode Burton's high end product for many years). For the buckles alone (beefy and smooth-working--light years better than the flimsy Indy buckles), I wish my feet were a bit bigger.

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Probably get more dates, too.

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<a href="http://www.telemarkski.com/html/how_AT_size_boot.html" target="http://www.telemarkski.com/html/how_AT_size_boot.html">Here's</a> a boot sizing conversion chart. I'm afraid I can't say exactly if they tend to fit wide or narrow feet better; they will accomodate my slightly wide forefoot without any pinching or squeezing, but then again they are a full size too big for me. <p></p><img src="http://tinypic.com/oekad" alt="" border="0"><p></p>Hope you're finding DEEP snow!<br>

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What US shoe size do you typically wear? I'm just trying to avoid what happened to you with no re-course of return or exchange. Looking at the size chart they look close... I will probably go to a local ski shop and see if they have that size I can try. Are they thermomoldable liners? Does $175.00 make it happen? I havent bought anything online before how would you want to get paid? Where are you located? Thanks for your time.

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My US shoe size is Men's 11. The Proton has a great liner, well-made, warm, and sturdy, but it is not thermomoldable. As you know, you can pick up an OEM T-flex if thermos are your preference.

If it's the correct shell size, it should fit, but you may still want to work with a skilled bootfitter to get a custom fit to achieve the highest levels of performance. And, if your size 12 feet still do not fit in the boot. you can return 'em and pay only the shipping. But I think they'll fit.

$175 US plus shipping from Vail, Colorado will make it happen. I'm sure you'll find them to be excellent boots and for a great price. Look forward to many seasons of hard-chargin' riding in them!

If you are interested, we can work out payment through Paypal or money order. Paypal is an easy and secure way to make cash payments over the web. I've never had any problems using it for buying or selling items online.

Let me know, and best wishes for deep powder!

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