Dialogue Wide Snowboard Boot - Men's by Salomon Snowboards
Aware that most companies leave big-footed riders by the wayside, Salomon created the Men's Dialogue Wide Snowboard Boot for aggressive freestyle riders seeking something that's both roomy and supportive for their wider feet. The boot's voluminous design alleviates the cramped, hot-spot ridden discomfort of wearing a traditional boot with wider-than-average dogs. New for this season, you'll find the Dialogue Boot is a bit more streamlined than before, with a minimalist shell providing a clean look without the bulkiness of older models. This mid-flexing boot strikes just the right balance between free-flexing mobility and hard-charging support, courtesy of RF3 lateral flex panels situated along the articulating ankle of the boot's shell. These flex panels enable the boot to flex fluidly when you're spinning, pressing, and buttering through the park, and they're designed to help the boot retain its flex without packing out or distorting in shape over time. Zonelock allows you to independently tighten both the upper and lower zones with the quick, simple tug of each lacing handle. The Gold liner features Custom Fit Pro foam, which is fully heat moldable for a plush feel that conforms to the unique contours of your foot as you ride throughout the season. It's finished off with a Flight EC+ sole of Contagrip rubber for sure-footed traction over icy parking lots and hardpack slopes.
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