Maysis Wide Snowboard Boot - Men's by K2 Snowboards
Delivering versatile performance with a focus on comfort and fit, the Maysis Wide Snowboard Boot is built for long seasons of lapping the park, shredding powder, and seeking out untouched lines. This particular version is wider to accommodate boarders with slightly wider feet comfortably, and has a mid-stiff flex for those seeking to shred the entire resort. The H3 Boa Coiler dial located on the tongue controls the outer shell's tightness, quickly tightening the entire boot with a few clicks, while the Boa Conda dial tightens up the boot's liner, eliminating heel lift. Seeing as you'll be wearing the Maysis Wide Boot for hours on the mountain, it's hooked up with an Intuition Control Foam 3D foam liner for a supportive, foot-wrapping fit. This heat-moldable liner is a bit softer than what you'd find in K2's top-end freeride boots, yet it's designed to resist packing out throughout the season. This means you'll reap the benefits of a smooth-flexing boot that's ideal for riding everything on the mountain, yet doesn't become a sloppy noodle after long days of riding. An insanely grippy, lightweight Vibram outsole delivers confident traction over slick, icy terrain.
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