K2 Lewiston Boa Snowboard Boot

K2 Lewiston Boa Snowboard Boot
K2 Lewiston Boa Snowboard Boot
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Lewiston Boa Snowboard Boot by K2
New to the 2019/2020 winter season, the K2 Lewiston Boa Snowboard Boot provides an unmatched fit and performance for all-mountain snowboarding. Built with a durable synthetic upper and articulating cuff, this boot resists shell distortion and reduces weight to keep you feeling light. The medium flex offers response while still allowing a surfy feel through the powder or presses through the park, and the Boa H3 Coiler closure system allows quick adjustments on hill. A heat-moldable Intuition Control liner provides a custom fit and a 3-point internal harness synches your foot down to eliminate heel lift. Finally, an 3D formed EVA footbed and RollSole outsole improve shock absorption and add grip for bootpacking up the park or to your favorite powder stash.

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SKU: K2S00KT
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