Salomon Pearl Snowboard Boot - Women's

Salomon Pearl Snowboard Boot - Women's
Salomon Pearl Snowboard Boot - Women's
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Pearl Snowboard Boot - Women's by Salomon
Combining progression-friendly flex with the quick-lacing convenience of Salomon's Zonelock closure, the Pearl snowboard boots are designed to take your riding to the next level. This soft boot gives beginner-to-intermediate riders easy-flexing performance for learning to carve and practicing tricks in the park. Its Silver liner features self-molding Autofit foam that conforms to the shape of your foot as you ride for a precise and comfortable fit, and a fuzzy lining around the cuff locks in heat for a cozy feel. The Imprint footbed provides a supportive fit that won't break down as the season goes on, while the D-Light outsole soaks up shock and smooths out vibrations when you're riding through choppy snow.

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