K2 Sapera Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's

K2 Sapera Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's
K2 Sapera Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's
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Sapera Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's by K2
Eliminating the excess foot movement of ill-fitting boots, the Sapera Boa boots feature a Boa lacing system with a three-point liner harness that prevents your heel from slipping during carves. This combination of quick-lacing Boa and three-point liner harness maintains the supportive, locked-in feel desired by riders charging the entire mountain. An articulated shell maintains a consistent flex and feel without it bulging outwards or deforming after a heavy season of use. And with a medium flex, the Sapera crushes any type of terrain, giving you enough freedom for riding park with support for charging steeper lines.

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SKU: K2S00L3
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