Ride Triad Snowboard Boot - Men's

Ride Triad Snowboard Boot - Men's
Ride Triad Snowboard Boot - Men's
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Triad Snowboard Boot - Men's by Ride
The Triads deliver long-lasting, mid-flexing freestyle performance and a level of comfort that won't pack out. The Triad uses an Intuition Mobile liner for its heat-moldable properties to conform to your foot's shape, and provide a supportive, yet light feel, while the articulating cuff won't hold you back on presses or tweaked tuck-knees. Then, the combo of traditional lacing and a Tongue Tied Boa closure blends the reliability of lacing up yourself with new-age comfort and precision fitting. Dual-density EVA in the midsole soaks up hard impacts, while the Aegis anti-microbial coating fights the funk that usually accompanies lesser boots at the end of a hard day of shred. Plus, a FlexLight outsole comes to you with an incredibly low weight, yet holds up through the seasons with reliable traction and comfort.

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SKU: RDE00HL
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