Talon Boa Focus Snowboard Boot - Men's by Nidecker
A breeze to tighten, incredibly light, and seriously stiff, the Nidecker Talon Boa Focus Snowboard Boot is a top choice for hard-charging freeriders and dedicated backcountry enthusiasts. Its super-stiff flex provides the support and responsive feel needed for stomping cliff drops and charging steep lines. The Boa Focus Closure System dials in a precise fit over the upper and lower zones, while the heat-moldable Gold-Level liner provides a custom, foot-wrapping fit with J-bars for greater heel hold. Plus, the liner's anti-stink coating resists funky build-up after sweating profusely on the mountain. The boot's waterproof membrane keeps springtime slush, shallow stream crossings, and soggy snow from soaking through and compromising your comfort, especially on longer slogs and backcountry approaches where dry feet are critical to comfort. Conforming to the shape of your feet, the self-molding footbed keeps your dogs comfy from first chair 'till last call. This footbed also features impact-absorbing N-Gel Dampening in the heel to help you stick heavy landings without bruising your feet. Moreover, the B. F. T. (Barefoot Technology) Approach Vibram Sole offers next-level board feel and aggressive grip over treacherous boot packs and slippery parking lots.
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