Salomon Trek S/Lab Snowboard Boot - Men's

Salomon Trek S/Lab Snowboard Boot - Men's
Salomon Trek S/Lab Snowboard Boot - Men's
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Trek S/Lab Snowboard Boot - Men's by Salomon
The Salomon Trek S/Lab boots are built for the rider that needs a stiff and responsive boot for riding steep, powdery lines after they have just sweat it out to the top of a backcountry objective. Featuring a Boa Trek closure system and Salomon's Articulated Hike Cuff, The S/Lab's provide a smooth flex and an increased range of motion that allows full strides for heading up the skintrack efficiently. A fully heat-moldable liner with a Trek Lace closure offers a custom fit, while the Ortholite C3 footbed gives support and added comfort for long days in the mountains. Finally, the Trek EC+ outsole ensures you have plenty of traction and shock absorption fot bootpacking or getting airborne off of natural features.

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SKU: SALZ9FO
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