With its versatile flex, quick-lacing convenience, and ample comfort, it's no surprise that the Ride Anthem Snowboard Boot is a perennial favorite of riders looking for a boot that can handle everything the mountain has to offer. Whether the day brings fresh powder, slushy park features, or perfectly groomed carving runs, the Anthem is ready to handle it. The articulated shell maximizes flexibility without distorting the shell, promoting longevity over the entire season. The BOA lacing system cinches tightly for optimum support with just the quick twist of a dial, while the Closer Lacing Guide evenly distributes tension along the lower boot to eliminate pressure points. A Lock Down Turbo liner lacing and internal J bars prevent energy-sapping heel lift. The Intuition Plush Foam liner features medium-density foam for comfortable insulation when frigid winter storms strike, and is heat-moldable to contour to your specific foot to offer a custom fit. Ride added a +Slime midsole that offers tons of rebound to help you spring nimbly from one turn to the next, and the Grip Light sole reduces weight and improves cushioning, all without sacrificing reliable traction.
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