The bike frame on this bike has acheived the highest EFBe rating
on the MTB Hardtail Tri Test. This means the frame has passed a
comprehensive evaluation of the frames durability. The frame
withstood five fatigue tests with 100,000 cycles each. These
correspond to the loading cases present in standard bike operation:
Description: Forum League SLR Snowboard Boots - Womens
The uniquely designed Forum League SLR Snowboard Boots are incredibly functional. We like to think that luxury is available in many of the items available on our site, but when you put on these boots it is hard to believe anything could be better. These boots have received a full makeover, and most riders agree that Forum could not have done a better job! Do not miss out on the Forum League SLR Snowboard Boots, order yours today!
Key Features of The Forum League SLR Snowboard Boots:
Concentrix Level 1 Liner: Basic yet supportive, this no frills option features a molded EVA footbed, anatomical PE supports and adjustable calf straps for enhanced fit
Silver Cuff Link: This option has a custom lace look and provides much of the same comfort and hold as Forum's Gold Cuff line, except it comes in a stream lined configuration with an internal cage
I bought this boot for this season, and they are so comfortable! They're such a good price too. I read some reviews saying how you should size up with forum boots, but for me they fit true to size. I'm a size 7, and at first I bought a size 8. That was a mistake, because they were too big. Everytime I carved, I could feel my heel lifting up, which is definitely no good. I later got a 50$ GC so I used that to buy another pair of forum size 7 boots, and they fit so well and now when I carve it's so much easier. I definitely recommend these boots!
Got these for my girlfriend and she loves em'. You will have to go to a pro shop so they can warm up the inner part of the book and mold it to your foot for extra comfort. Don't try to do it in an oven or you might damage the inner lining and mess up your boots. Great speed lace system, 2 different pulley things for toes and ankles. Great stuff
Bought these for my wife and she has been stoked with them. She doesn't take the cold that well but no complaints on her feet the last few trips. Lacing system is a little confusing at first, but once you have it it's really nice. Tight laced fit with no effort. I think these boots run slightly small, maybe a half size
My ankle is slightly smaller than average so I had trouble tightening the top part of the boot otherwise it was very easy to tighten/loosen the laces. I feel Forum's boots run slightly smaller so go a 1/2 size bigger.
I didn't have my own gear until recently, so I borrowed some of my friends boots. I've tried on about three different pairs and I've always found a complaint with something regarding each of the other 3 boots until my boyfriend bought me these Forums. AMAZING! I am in the process of learning to board and I can't even express how much better my learning experience has been now that I am comfortable and warm. My best friend tried them on and ended up buying them too because she liked them so much. This is a great boot for the price. Some people were complaining that the sizing is about a half size too small, but I have no complaints. I went with an 8, my normal size and they fit fine. They're a little hard to put on right out of the package, but become easer and easier with use
These are my first boots, and I like em'! I am pretty comfortable in them, and they didn't cost too much. Great boots for the price! When I own a different pair, I can tell differences, but for my first pair, they are great
I wear normal size 6 or 5.5 and thought size 6 snowboard boots would fit. They turned out to be much smaller than I thought. The tongue doesn't fit into my boots and it pinches my calf. I like the quality of the boots and the speed lacing system, but they are not easy to try on. I had to return for different size
Best Answer:Hi Ana, This is no good! I would imagine that if your boots are giving you blisters it means that your foot is moving within your boot. First, avoid cotton socks: http://www.the-house.com/search.html?keywords=Burton+Socks that will make a difference. You could also try insoles. If you feel your boots are not performing the way they are suppose to... you are able to speak to our warranty people: 1 (800) 409-7669.