Salomon Kiana Snowboard Boots - Women's

Salomon Kiana Snowboard Boots - Women's
Salomon Kiana Snowboard Boots - Women's
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Kiana Snowboard Boots - Women's by Salomon
The Kiana snowboard boots feature a medium flex and all-mountain profile for everything from hitting rails, dropping cliffs, or riding fresh powder. The synthetic upper offers a smooth flex and added durability for season after season, while the Zonelock lacing system independently tightens the upper and lower zones of the boots with a quick tug of each lacing handle. Salomon's Diamond liner provides all-day comfort with a heat-moldable foam to contour to your feet for a custom fit, and added Heel Grips lock your heel down to prevent heel lift. An Ortholite C2 footbed and Flight EC+ sole absorbs shocks from variable snow or big landings while staying low-profile to provide better board feel.

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SKU: SALZ99K
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