Synapse Focus Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's by Salomon Snowboards
Aggressive heel hold and lightning-quick response comes to you in the Salomon Synapse Focus Boa Snowboard Boot. Its stiff flex adds the support and response needed to precisely pick apart big-mountain lines and serious backcountry terrain with confidence and comfort. The Boa Focus closure system employs two dials that allow you to independently adjust the upper and lower zones of the boot to find the perfect fit every time. It also makes it easy to fine-tune your adjustments at the summit so you don't have to fiddle with laces in a snowstorm at 10,000 feet. The boot's Platinum 4D Exhale liner sports Full Custom Fit heat-moldable foam for a foot-conforming fit and a locking internal harness for dialed-in heel hold. The liner's also perforated to help dump extra humidity from your boots on sweat-laden uphill tours, while mesh channels simultaneously cut back on sweat build-up and enhance temperature regulation. Salomon's Trek EC+ sole uses unrelenting traction lugs for sure-footed confidence when you're hiking along exposed ridgelines or icy terrain. Plus, the OrthoLite C3 footbed brings increased circulation for added comfort when you're riding and hiking all day.
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