Nidecker Onyx Boa Coiler Snowboard Boot - Women's

Nidecker Onyx Boa Coiler Snowboard Boot - Women's
Nidecker Onyx Boa Coiler Snowboard Boot - Women's
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Onyx Boa Coiler Snowboard Boot - Women's by Nidecker
Fiddling with your laces while you're trying to get in the lift line on a powder day is a thing of the past with the Nidecker Onyx boots. Featuring a single Boa H3 Focus dial, you can quickly get out on the hill while others are left behind. The Onyx's medium flex feels just as good riding parks as it does navigating steeper terrain, so you'll increase confidence all across the mountain. And when you decide to get airborne, the 3D-molded EVA footbed and N-Gel absorbs impacts and adds comfort for all-day sessions.

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SKU: NDK004Q
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