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Vans Hi Standard OG Snowboard
Women's Vans Hi Standard OG Sn
Vans Hi-Standard 2016 - 2010 Review by The Good Ride
The Vans Hi-Standard is a super soft friendly boot for learning but it has a drawback. It’s the very soft toe that lives in the pre over the toe era of bindings before 2003. If you ride with the strap over the toe the boot collapses, makes you crank it down more and causes pressure on your toes. Or even worse is your bindings can’t crank down far enough to get a grip. If they stiffened the toe the Hi Standard would be a good soft forgiving beginner boot because it’s all about comfort.
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These are in no way the stiffest or nicest boots, but they hold up. I have two pair from the mid 2000's and they are still holding up. Wore my pair for 73 days this year.Great for entry level riders, park riders etc, one big issue is that the newer bindings like my union atlas's are too narrow and have started to pull the sole apart.