The Salomon Malamute Snowboard Boots are the stiffest and most feature-rich snowboard boot in the Salomon line, designed for the ultimate response and comfort for riding everything from steep, technical lines in British Columbia to seemingly endless powder laps in the Land of the Rising Sun. Built to meet the demands of Bode Merrill, these boots provide the support needed while he hits massive backcountry booters or insane cliff drops, and are the boot of choice even for urban and park features. A stiff flex provides these needs by giving unmatched support and response for the ultimate control of your board. Powerlock lacing offers zonal tightening to secure your foot and get you on the hill quickly when the lifts start spinning. Salomon's most comfortable Platinum Liner is fully heat-moldable to contour to every bend and rise in your foot, while an inner heel harness and integrated heel strap lock down your foot to prevent heel lift. The Ortolite C3 footbed cushions you from huge landings and chattery snow, and a Trek EC+ sole equips you with more traction than you could ever need while you bootpack up tight chutes or to the take off of the booter you and your friends have spent days building.
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