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House Transition Snowboard Boots

House Transition Snowboard Boots
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Description: House Transition Snowboard Boots

With their deluxe lace liner and speed lace system, you can get geared up fast with the House Transition Snowboard Boots. Rugged boots that are built to last, the House Transition's phylon, rubber two piece sole, and molded TPR backstay are designed for durability. Their synthetic leather is also of the highest quality and will keep your feet dry and toasty so you can focus on having fun. Proper footwear is an essential part of your winter gear, so it is paramount that you get a set of these House Transition Snowboard Boots!

Key Features of the House Transition Snowboard Boots:
  • Deluxe lace up liner
  • Speed lace system
  • Molded TPR backstay
  • Phylon and rubber 2 piece sole


4.5 / 5.0
4 Reviews
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Ridiculously Comfy
These boots are worth more than what they're priced. The interior material was indescribably comfortable. They kept my feet warm, conditioned, and supported me throughout my six-hour day at the slopes. The only con was that they do not come in my size, which is 9.5, so my ankles move around a tad more than I wanted ���em to. However, the balls of my feet and my shins are locked into place so hopefully thicker socks will help out next time I hit the hills. All in all, love these boots
February 16, 2014
Good Boots
I took these boots snowboarding for the first time this weekend and wasn't sure what to expect because of the price. Despite any doubts anyone voiced when I told them what I paid for boots, these did everything I needed them to do and nothing more. My feet stayed dry, warm, and comfortable after hours of snowboarding. At that price, I think you'd be hard pressed to find a better deal
November 30, 2013
over 2 years ago
Great pair for the price, kept me warm week in week out the whole of last season. I don't plan on replacing them this season. They will keep you warm and comfort is also a plus.
November 10, 2014
Age: 15-24
over 2 years ago
not bad!
ok so i bought these only because they were dirt cheap and i need a pair of boots... i was actually pretty surprised to last me two whole seasons!!! in fact they may last me 3.
after all that riding i have to say that they have done the job really well. they are comfortable and warm, even in conditions where it was -20 i was feeling fine. They won't break on you either. If i need to be a bit harsher i would say that when compared to my friends super nice $250 nike boots, these boots were a bit heavier. I also recommend buying half a size smaller than what you normally wear just so when they break in you aren't sliding all over the place. for example, my every day shoes are size 11, i would then need to buy a 10.5.... but its not that big of a deal if i still got 11's which i did, but its just some small advice! over all ya they are good but not like top line product like your nikes or vans.
September 1, 2015
Age: 15-24

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Friend like the boots
Romeo P on Jul 27, 2015
I have worn them for 1 season. Great price.
They're comfy, warm, true to size, water proof after so far, the right amount of stiff and flex.
Corey M on Oct 19, 2014
Friend like the boots
Romeo P on Jul 27, 2015
nice looking boot, fits well
Pam H on Dec 31, 2014
I have worn them for 1 season. Great price.
They're comfy, warm, true to size, water proof after so far, the right amount of stiff and flex.
Corey M on Oct 19, 2014
Dustin C on Feb 2, 2014
The Price, Rating, and Size
RAFAEL C on Jan 23, 2014
cheap, best looking
Betsy E on Jan 22, 2014
Very good price.
Gabriel V on Jan 18, 2014
boots are torn apart these are great on my wallet and they look great
jacob n on Jan 10, 2014
Richard R on Jan 5, 2014
Size and price.
Patrick R on Jan 4, 2014
good value
Michael J on Jan 3, 2014
William D on Jan 1, 2014
vito m on Dec 30, 2013
Was cheap
James L on Dec 26, 2013
It was cheap and a good way to go.
Larry R on Dec 25, 2013
This is what my son asked for.
Robert J on Dec 21, 2013
cheap and my size
Jeffrey G on Dec 18, 2013
Flexability and durability
Tilether B on Dec 17, 2013
looks like a good deal for a intermediate snowboarder
aiden h on Dec 16, 2013
My son asked for them.
kimberly f on Dec 14, 2013
great price
Jared F on Dec 9, 2013
good price
Toni T on Dec 7, 2013
Good deal.
John F on Nov 29, 2013
Logan L on Nov 28, 2013
my son liked them
Kimberly C on Nov 20, 2013
Good price. Color
Mary L on Nov 18, 2013
Cheapest boots I could find and I have bought things from the house before so I trust their products.
Ryan H on Nov 3, 2013
bradley h on Oct 20, 2013
my son picked it out for his birthday
natalie s on Oct 12, 2013
i had House boots before and i loved the comfortability and the durability so i chose House boots again, and the price was great
Jordan B on Sep 3, 2013
Erik A on Aug 14, 2013
nice looking boot, fits well
Pam H on Dec 31, 2014
Dustin C on Feb 2, 2014
What skill level of rider is this snowboard boot meant for and what number is the flex rating?
A shopper on Jan 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This is a very beginner boot. It performed fine... For most of one season. The laces began to tear away from the boot after that. My heel tended to come up a lot as well which was a control issue. My advice is you get what you pay for.
What level of snowboarder are these boots recommended for?
A shopper on Jan 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Used by an intermediate boarder and they have worked well.
Do they run a little big or small?
A shopper on Nov 29, 2013
BEST ANSWER: They run very slightely big, but I feel like that was because of the slickness of my socks.
Does this boots are compatible with Avalanche Summit Bindings and K2 Brigade Snowboard? Thanks
A shopper on Mar 28, 2016
They would work just fine. The actual boots are big, so you would want to make sure to get the larger binding if you are between sizes.