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Black vs. White

I made up for my lack of ambition on Wednesday by both working out and doing yoga today. I picked up my renewed card as well, so I can finally buy those boots I’ve been scoping (assuming they still have that one pair in my size). I think the game plan for the weekend is to go snowboarding after work on Saturday – we’ll have to see how well that fares.

I’m still rather torn between the two boots, and their respective colours, but I suppose leaving the decision up to the stock list is the best option. The boots I want in the colour I want are sold out in my size, so I can either get the boots I want, in a less desirable colour, or get a more desirable colour, in a boot I’m not that taken with.

The fact that I’m reconsidering my previous choice makes me think that I should go with my gut and get the black boots.


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3 thoughts on “Black vs. White

  1. Get the boots you desire in the colour you’re not hot on.Trust me 🙂

    Posted by Fabulously Broke in the City | December 8, 2007, 1:23 pm
  2. oh how i love shoe shopping.you better have pics of them when you buy the ones you desire in a color you’re not thrilled with ;]

    Posted by Heather | December 11, 2007, 1:14 am
  3. fab – I think you’re rightheather – they aren’t just any boots, they’re snowboard boots. The ThirtyTwo Vela in Black/Gold. I really wanted the purple but they were sold out of my size. For some reason the colour I got isn’t on the site, but it’s mostly black with a gold trim and gold lace hooks.

    Posted by team gingerbread | December 20, 2007, 9:15 am

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