Enjoy near-mythical comfort and performance with the Ride Hera Snowboard Boot. Its medium flex makes it versatile enough to shred anywhere at the resort, and the Intuition liner, dual Boa dials, and C. A. T. design ensure total comfort during long days of riding. The Boa Coiler closure makes entry and exit a breeze, allowing you to get the perfect fit with the simple twist of a dial. Boa Tongue Tied lacing pulls the shell around the tongue to prevent heel lift, ensuring instant response and less fatigue, while The Closer Lace Guide evenly distributes lacing pressure when you're cranking 'em down tight. Accommodating the lower positioning of female calf muscles, the boot's Calf Adjustment Tech (C. A. T.) allows a custom fit along the rear boot cuff. The Intuition Support Foam liner features thermo-moldable foam that comfortably wraps around your foot for a custom fit. An Aegis anti-microbial coating does its part to keep nasty odors at bay, while the dual-density EVA footbed absorbs impacts and chatter from harsh landings and choppy snow. New for this year, Ride added a +SLIME midsole that offers tons of rebound to help you spring nimbly from one turn to the next., and keep the good times rolling season long.
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Ride Hera Snowboard Boot - Women's
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