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Chamonix Haute Snowboard Boots 2017

Chamonix Haute Snowboard Boots
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Description: Chamonix Haute Snowboard Boots

One step at a time is a golden mantra for progression, it's the same meditation that helps so many riders gain skills in the Chamonix Haute Snowboard Boots. Firm and comfortable support push riders to the next level in the Haute boot. The internal body heat activated liner has ankle "J" bars that keep your heels locked into the heel pocket. With a quick flick the liner lacing system conforms a snug fit around your foot and the neoprene toe box provides stretch expansion where you need it. Traditional lacing sets the tone of tension around the gusseted 3D molded shell tongue. With faux leather support panels and a grip reinforced backstay the Haute boot will stand the test of time. A slim profile securely fits all snowboard bindings, and the one piece molded composite sole absorbs shock and grips on hard snow. Do yourself a favor, slide into a Chamonix Haute Snowboard Boots and become the person you're destined to be.

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excellent product and sale price
Kathleen Q on Feb 9, 2017
excellent product and sale price
Kathleen Q on Feb 9, 2017
Affordable
Andrew B on Dec 14, 2016
Affordable
Andrew B on Dec 14, 2016
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A shopper on Dec 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I was a little skeptical initially buying online without trying them on first, and was setting the expectations with myself that they might have to go back. But I was plensently surprised once they arrived. They fit and feel great. I really couldn't be more satisfied with my purchase. I did go down in size from my normal shoe size (10 down to a 9) as this was recommended on a lot of boot fitting guides I read online. I'll be trying them out in the mountain in about a week, so I would have a better idea of performance, feel, and fit after that.