Wrangling Ride's best features into one hard-charging boot, the Ride Lasso Boa Snowboard Boot is bred for sending cliffs into deep powder, slashing turns in tree runs, and sending the park's biggest jumps. The boot's medium flex, leaning slightly towards stiff, provides all the control and precision desired for conquering natural terrain and bigger freestyle features in the park. The Boa H3 Coiler customizes the shell's tightness to offer an ideal blend of support and response with the quick turn of a dial. Cinching down over your ankle, the Boa Tongue Tied prevents heel lift during high-speed carves, resulting in better response and control with less fatigue. Both dials release quickly for easy removal when you get back to the lodge after riding all day. Preventing pressure points, The Closure Lace Guide evenly distributes pressure from the wire lacing to alleviate painful hot spots. This lacing guide is unique to Ride Boots with Boa systems, maximizing comfort where other Boa boots fall short. A Michelin Summit outsole provides extra durability and aggressive traction with a lightweight feel when you're hiking to fresh lines and climbing snowy peaks.
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Ride Lasso Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's
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