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GripLight Outsoles With Vibram

ULTRALIGHT TRACTION, WITH A SNOWBOARD-SPECIFIC FLEX

Found in our high-end Guide, Folsom and Libertine SRT boots, our advanced GripLight outsoles are designed to optimize lightweight, dampening materials. We also engineer them to work with the V-Rod concept found in our bindings where the flex pattern drives power edge-to-edge and lets your system tweak side-to-side . Integrated with this lightweight, flex-correct design, we use two Vibram compounds—IceTrek.2 and ECOSTEP—to take traction to a new level for hiking hits or climbing lines.

BOA Focus

ADVANCED BOA LACING FOR QUICK ZONAL FIT

Two premium Boa reels, one on the tongue and one on the upper cuff, combine to create the Boa Focus lacing system. One reel controls the lower foot and ankle, while the other reel manages power over the cuff. Recoiler technology make it super easy to get in and out of your boots. Two zones give you the ability to micro-manage the flex profile of your boot.

3D Molded Shell Tongue

DYNAMIC REBOUND FOR THE PROPER FLEX THAT “POPS” BACK

After 25 years of creating product, there are some things in snowboard product design that we know work. Our 3D Molded Shell Tongue is one of those things. By molding EVA into a 3D shape for the tongue of the boot, we ensure both a proper boot flex, and we also make sure that flex stays poppy after 100 days of ripping mountains. Made from a responsive foam with zero seams, the 3D shape creates a flex pattern that rebounds when you load energy into it. The result is that tongue that drives power into the edges of your board and bounces back to put you into right place for the next turn.