K2 Maysis Heat Boa Snowboard Boot

K2 Maysis Heat Boa Snowboard Boot
K2 Maysis Heat Boa Snowboard Boot
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Maysis Heat Boa Snowboard Boot by K2
The K2 Maysis Heat Boa Snowboard Boot is built off of the much-loved Maysis boot, but with an added Therm-ic heating system for the sub-zero days on the hill. This stiff all-mountain boot provides increased response and control for riding steep descents or for those who prefer a more rigid boot through the park. The heat-moldable Intuition Pro Foam 3D liner includes SpaceHeater technology to increase boot warmth, and the added Therm-ic has adjustable settings for different temperatures to keep your feet toasty warm. Boa Conda liner lacing snugs down your feet to prevent heel lift, and 3D formed EVA footbeds absorb shock when you're cruising from off-piste terrain back to the groomer through variable snow. Finally, K2 added a Vibram Pro Light outsole for lightweight grip through ice and snow alike.

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SKU: K2S00KP
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