Dialogue Focus Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's by Salomon
The Salomon Dialogue Focus Boa Snowboard Boot are a premium boot for riders that want to progress their freestyle riding by spending long days at the resort. Thanks to Salomon's Fit To Ride construction, the Dialogue Boa offers out-of-the-box comfort and fit so you can get straight to the resort and limit painful break-in time. The Focus Boa offers quick and efficient tightening by using a dual Boa lacing system that tightens both the upper and lower zones for a precise and custom feel. A Response liner provides all-day comfort and uses a heat-moldable foam that contours to every bend and rise of your foot, while the Ortholite C3 footbed absorbs shock and provides additional support for long days in the park. Salomon's Heel Cage and Heel Grip technology prevents heel lift so that you have instant response and control while you're spinning on rails and pressing out of them. A Damplite + sole not only absorbs impact from big landings or charging through variable snow conditions, but also grips any type of snow from loose slush to fresh powder. When upping your freestyle game all across the mountain, throw on the Dialogue Focus Boa and charge into features with confidence.
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