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|Flex Rating:||Flex Rating – 4 - 5|
|Lacing System:||Traditional Laces, Quick-Pull internal lacing|
|Liner:|| UltraCush Liner|
|Sole:|| Waffle Lug|
Snowboard boots use traditional street sizing. (It’s pretty straightforward.)
As for fit, your boots should be snug, but not tight. (I’d like to say “like a firm handshake,” but we all know that one guy who thinks a handshake is an opportunity to display dominance and the shake ends up being aggressively tight, so never mind. Forget that comparison.)
When you’re trying one boots, your toes shouldn’t be cramped and they should gently brush the inside of the boot’s toecap when you move them around. As you ride in them, your boot’s liner will soften up some and should give you that custom fit and feel.
Your heel should fit snugly in the back of the boot and when you drive your knee forward and flex into the boot, your heel shouldn’t lift off the boot’s insole.
- Master your freestyle game with this team-favorite boot
- Medium flex offers response and support for rails and jumps
- Traditional lacing with Str8jkt BOA secures your foot in place
- Comfort liner is heat-moldable to provide a custom fit
- Heel Grip system locks your heel in to prevent lift
- Ortholite C2 footbed gives all day comfort and supports feet
- Feather rubber sole offers lightweight traction in any snow
Traditional lacing allows riders to lace up like they would any any pair of boots or shoes, so you get a reliable, traditional feel. Adjustments on the hill may prove difficult with frozen fingers, but that’s what gloves are for, right? Traditional lacing requires little to maintenance, because, if you blow a lace, it’s easy to replace and inexpensive.