Believing that a responsive boot shouldn't punish your feet, the Vans Men's Sequal Snowboard Boot serves up a hefty dose of cushioning, as well as a customizable flex that ranges from mid-range to highly responsive. Vans' Flex Control System provides tongue inserts to fine-tune the boot's flex to your precise needs. Insert both for the stiffest possible flex, remove either the inner or outer stiffener for a bit more flex, or ditch both for maximum freedom. Traditional laces deliver the tried-and-true response of regular lace-up boots, and the Tongue Lock Down cinches the tongue down as you tighten the boot's laces. The V3 UltraCush liner is made of dual-density, heat-moldable foam for the cloud-nine comfort all season, while the moisture-wicking interior keeps your feet from feeling cold and clammy as you a sweat throughout the day. The UltraCush midsole takes the sting out of flat landings and choppy snow conditions, and the V3 UltraCush footbed features a heat-moldable arch cradle that conforms to your foot over time. Then, the Vans' aggressively lugged V3 Ultimate Waffle rubber outsole for a freeride-friendly boot that's ready for backcountry tours and bootpacks.
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