K2 Snowboards Mini Turbo Boa Snowboard Boot - Little Boys'

K2 Snowboards Mini Turbo Boa Snowboard Boot - Little Boys'
K2 Snowboards Mini Turbo Boa Snowboard Boot - Little Boys'
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Mini Turbo Boa Snowboard Boot - Little Boys' by K2 Snowboards
Just because you started riding in ill-fitting boots that weren't made for anything else but shoveling sidewalks, that doesn't mean the youngster in your life should have to also. The K2 Little Boys' Mini Turbo Boa Snowboard Boot provides a soft flex, comfy fit, and convenient lacing system to truly get your mini shredder started on the right foot. The easily adjustable Grows-A-Long system accommodates three sizes to ensure that the boot lasts your little ripper the entire season, and possibly even longer. Boa lacing makes it easy for him to tighten and loosen his boots by himself with the twist of a dial so he can adjust it even with gloves on, and it provides a secure and comfy fit. An EVA insole absorbs shock to protect his heels on that first jump attempt, and the Bright Futures with lights outsole helps him stay illuminated after dark, as well as keeps things lightweight so the boots don't feel clunky and awkward.

SKU: K2S006Y
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