K2 Haven Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's

K2 Haven Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's
K2 Haven Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's
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Haven Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's by K2
The K2 Haven Boa Snowboard Boot offers out of the box comfort and fit for all-mountain riders looking to take themselves from the park to smooth powdery runs. A soft flex provides a surfy feel while carving groomers or throwing steezy presses through the park, and a Boa H3 Coiler closure system eliminates pressure points and dials in a precise fit quicker than your friends. The Fast-In liner lacing locks your foot in place to prevent heel lift and instant energy transfer for fluid turning, while the Intuition Comfort liner heat-molds to the contours of your feet for a custom fit. To top it all off, a die-cut EVA footbed absorbs shock while you're chasing sidehits around the mountain, and the Rubber Lite outsole offers lightweight traction in any snow conditions.

SKU: K2S00L4
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