From working on front boards through double-kinks to seeking out untouched pow stashes, your feet are sure to enjoy the ride when they're outfitted with the Vans Men's Implant Boa Snowboard Boots. Understated style conceals high-tech features, such as the Hybrid Boa system that combines tried-and-true traditional lacing with a single Boa dial that controls tightness to prevent heel lift, even if you keep the laces loose. Then, depending on your mood, the Reach Around cuff strap either wraps around the liner or the tongue of the shell to tailor the fit to your liking, while the Custom Slide Guide adjusts where the Boa closure puts pressure on your instep for (you guessed it) customized comfort. Thermo-moldable foam in the Response liner offers a comfy custom fit, and an internal heel harness prevents heel lift for better control. This liner's smooth micro-suede cuff makes slipping boots on and off a breeze, while a heat-retaining temperature shield reflects body heat back to your feet for extra warmth on frigid days. The V2 EVA footbed features high-rebound impact relief pads at both the forefoot and heel to absorb harsh impacts and smooth out vibrations in choppy terrain. It's finished off with a WaffleFlex outsole that blends the light weight and cushioning of EVA with hard-wearing rubber for traction, durability, and efficient snow release.
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