|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Forum Shepherd Snowboard Boots Brown
To avoid the nicks of snow, consider the protection of the shepherd; the Forum Shepherd Snowboard Boots that is. Due to a popular demand for update, the Forum Shepherd boots were revamped to meet particular tastes; adapting the latest in rubber toe guards and boot liners. Suffice it to say, people with foot protection in mind won't have anything to complain here. If you are looking for good all-around protection to freestyle in, consider the Forum Shepherd Snowboard.
- LINER: Concentrix Level 3
- CUFF LINK: Gold
- SOLE: Overlasted
- LACING SYSTEM: Traditional
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"Extremely comfy boots"
I used these boots for the whole last season and couldn't fault them at all. I ordered them off the net so I was cautious about getting the wrong boot size, but they were true to size.
Got a pair of these on sale... Wouldnt normally buy a forum book but I have to admit I was pretty impressed by them. Ive had a few friends borrow them as well and had nothing but comfortable feet by the end of the day.
"Very comfy boots"
works well with my current set up - sierra crew + union contacts. They broke in after the first day and feels nice, warm and comfortable after hours on the mountain. -the rubbery boot cap is a nice touch and works well with my toe convertible cap strap. The toe box does run a bit wide but can fit into my M/L bindings with no effect on handling. The inner boot lining - which is detachable is pretty cool when you want to air out the boots after a day on the snow. Highly recommended.
i was lucky to get these in teal cuz it matches my jacket but this boot is where its at. the flex and feel is pretty good and its actually quite responsive. i have ride betas and when i strap these boots in the toe strap is super snug because the grip part on the boot doesnt let it move around at all. good boot for the price.
"fore arm shep hards"
Purchased and wore these in teal last week so they aren't fully broken in yet but so far they are fairly comfortable. Colors are sick, lots of support and the laces are made of some foamy type material that don't get all soggy with water which I hate about other boots. My main complaint is that there is no tongue pull on the liner for putting them on. Also, people say they run small which they did at first for me too, but I took out the removable heel cup insole from the liner and they fit fine.
"Good Solid Boot"
This boot definitely runs a little small. The liner is super nice and cushy. I have fully broken them in yet so my feet hurt after about four hours of riding but that's like any new boot. They are not the most attractive boots but whatever... they fit. And at 70% off you can't go wrong. A half size up will fit perfect.
"Forum sheperd boots"
Over all these boots are great. I have them in teal which looks really good. My only problem is that they are stiff, I might need to just break them in more. The last thing is that there is a weird thing above the toes that bothers me when i first put them on but after a little while of riding it goes away.