Instead of talking up your game at the top of the park, drop into the jump line in the Salomon Wide Dialogue Focus Boa Snowboard Boot and let your riding speak for you. This boot combines a supportive frame with a flexible liner to provide both the freedom you want for tweaking grabs and jibs, and the response needed for hitting big jumps and taking technical lines outside the park, all in a wider package designed for riders with wide feet. Boa Focus lacing allows you to independently tighten the upper and lower zones of the boot, helping you lock in the perfect fit in seconds. The Response liner's heat-moldable Custom Fit foam panels form to your feet in sensitive areas, while the Heel Grip cat-tongue material at the heel ensures your socks are perfectly gripped into the boots for increased heel hold. Cushioning big drops, the Ortholite C3 footbed also promotes blood circulation to keep your feet warm and prevent fatigue, and even has an anti-microbial treatment to help fight foot funk. The all-new, high-rebound Damplite+ outsole features lightweight EVA foam to cushion impacts and reduce vibrations, with rubber panels on the bottom that maintain traction and durability.
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Salomon Dialogue Focus Boa Snowboard Boot - Wide - Men's
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