x Flow Helios Boa Focus Snowboard Boot - Men's by Nidecker
The Nidecker Helios Focus Snowboard Boot is designed for hard-charging support with just the right amount of mobility and flex for freestyle riding. Armed with a Boa H3 Focus Closure with dual control dials, the Helios Focus Boa offers a precise fit over the upper and lower zones for precise control when you're charging hard and sending massive kickers. The Silver-Level Liner offers a custom fit with its heat-moldable foam, and it features a vented tongue for enhanced breathability. Internal J-Bars provide locked-in heel hold, while the liner's harness locks down your heel from moving around sloppily inside. It's equipped with SpaceBlanket insulation, which radiates thermal warmth back, so your feet stay warmer in downright frigid conditions. The 3D-molded dual-density footbed provides a plush, supportive feel underfoot, with vented perforations dispersing built-up perspiration from when you're riding from first chair 'till last. And to ensure sure-footed grip on sketchy bootpacks and hikes out of bounds, the Vibram BFT-Contact sole maintains aggressive traction and unrelenting grip underfoot.
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