x Flow Flow Hylite Snowboard Boot - Men's by Nidecker
The Nidecker Flow Hylite Snowboard Boot delivers powerful response for charging steep fall lines, devouring deep powder, and carving down groomers with razor-like precision. It's one of the stiffest boots available on the market, meaning it's an excellent choice for riding bigger mountains, whether you find yourself atop the massive peaks of British Columbia or the steep lines of the French Alps. Instead of traditional laces, the Flow Hylite Snowboard Boot features a Boa Coiler dial that controls the boot shell's tightness when paired with a Boa Heel-Lock dial that cinches tightly over your heel to eliminate excess foot movement. This Boa combo gives you the ability to fine-tune the boot's tightness and response to your particular liking. Best of all, it's extremely easy to adjust, so you won't have to waste time fumbling with laces on the mountain. A Gold-Flex liner provides all the support and comfort you need for long days on the mountain with its high-density, heat-moldable foam. Not only does the liner wrap to the particular shape of your foot for a locked-in fit, but it also uses N-Gel heel cushioning to soak up heavy landings and choppy snow from fatiguing your ride.
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