Kiana Toast Focus Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's by Salomon
If you naturally have colder feet or you live in an environment where below-zero days are the norm, slip into the Salomon Kiana Toast Focus Boa Snowboard Boot to keep you toasty and provide all-mountain performance all wrapped in one. Salomon's Custom Heat liner provides furnace-like warmth via heating elements for up to 18 hours with 3 different settings so you can stay out on the mountain all day long and enjoy powder lines with your friends. A medium-stiff flex offers increased response for riding steeper terrain or boosting technical tricks in the terrain park, and the dual Boa closures ensure a secure fit and enable quick adjustments throughout the day after your feet swell up. The combination of the side Boa closure and STR8JKT internal lacing lock your feet down to prevent heel lift. An Ortholite C3 footbed wicks away moisture to keep your feet dry and cool, while providing support for staying on your feet. Finally, the Flight EC+ not only gives cushioning and rebound for landings or variable snow, but also offers superior grip on snow and ice when you're bootpacking up the ridgeline to your favorite powder stash.
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