|Upper Material:||Synthetic Leather|
|Liner Type:||Heat Moldable|
|Liner Lacing:||Speed Lace|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
These DC Siloh BOA Snowboard Boots are extremely durable and very comfortable. They are meant to handle most snow terrains with relative ease. They are incredibly easy to put on and take off, which will give you more of that precious time on the slopes. They are very soft and have a cushy base pad in order to ensure the most comfortable ride possible. These snowboard boots are a fantastic choice for most beginner to intermediate snowboarders.
Past Season Product
Here talking about the DC Siloh Boa snowboard boot. What you’re looking at here is a very well priced, I would say entry level to intermediate, all-mountain BOA snowboard boot. BOA definitely is going to make it really, really easy to get in and out of the snowboard boots. It’s going to maintain the same tightness throughout the day, and generally speaking it’s going to be a little bit more durable than a traditional lace system as well. For those of you not familiar, it’s pretty easy to get into them. You just turn it. Crank it down. It tightens the stainless steel cable to get out. Pop it out, pull the tongue out, and you’re out. Super, super easy to use.
This one features a new performance outsole. It’s going to give you better snowboard feel, and it gives you really good grip on the icy hard packed stuff. From there, you get a 3D molded tongue; all the DCs do. It’s going to keep it from deforming when you get the tension from the lace cable. A lot of people worry about the durability of the BOA lace cable, but it’s actually going to be much more durable than a traditional lace. This is 29 strands of stainless steel in here; very, very strong. That is going to move us into the Delta liner. This is their entry level liner. Super good right out of the box fit; very soft, very cushiony. This one will have the laces on the liner itself as well as DC's lacetoggle. Very easily to use, stays in place all day. Definitely good stuff. 3D molded tongue on the liner as well; once again, not deforming when you get the pressure from the laces.
The back of the DC snowboard boots will have a really, really deep Achilles pocket, really good at giving you the heel hold that you need when you’re out there riding. This goes into their base insole, just kind of an extra cushioning device they throw in there. But like I said, just a really good entry level to intermediate all-mountain, convenience oriented BOA snowboard boot. Flex in this bad boy is probably about a four out of 10, so you can ride it in pretty much most conditions.
That’s theDC Siloh Boa snowboard boot.