Go right from high-flying park laps to hard-charging powder runs with the mid-stiff flex and dual-zone tightening of the DC Mora Boa Snowboard Boots. Tightening over the upper and lower zones independently with the simple twist of a reel, the Boa Focus closure system dials in a truly custom fit to your unique riding style, as well as the specific terrain at hand. Keep the lower a bit looser during those park laps and jib sessions or tighten both zones for the utmost in response when you're bombing steeps and dropping cliffs. Either way, it's all yours to control at a moment's notice. Conforming to your feet to reduce pressure points, the boot's White liner features ultra-plush, heat-moldable EVA foam for a truly custom fit. Built from the ground-up to support and stabilize, the Impact S footbed reduces overall fatigue by soaking up vibration and impact from harsh snow conditions and flat landings. An internal ankle harness prevents energy-sapping heel lift, and a zippered Stormproof StormFlap keeps snow out of your boot for added warmth and weather protection. Plus, you'll appreciate the Contact Unilite and rubber sole for its incredibly light feel, with high levels of grip for bootpacking to the summit or up the terrain park.
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