K2 Market Boa Snowboard Boot

K2 Market Boa Snowboard Boot
K2 Market Boa Snowboard Boot
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Market Boa Snowboard Boot by K2
A steal of a deal, the K2 Market Snowboard Boot finds the good all over the mountain in soft-flexing comfort, easy-lacing convenience, and with a price tag that leaves cash for apres. The Boa closure system locks down a secure fit with a quick turn of the dial, while the thermo-moldable Comfort Foam EVA liner conforms to the exact shape of your foot. This all-mountain favorite thrives everywhere from hot laps in the park to high-speed groomer runs, and uses comfort-driven EVA in the midsole and footbed to keep your feet feeling plush all the while. A Fast-In liner lacing system allows you to pull on and yank off this boot in seconds, while the Low-Pro outsole offers substantial traction on slick, uncertain surfaces.

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SKU: K2SO08J
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