If you are a dude who cannot wait to get on the hill, perhaps a speedy boot like the K2 Data is right for you! With a super easy Fast-In liner lacing system, slipping into this pair of boots makes the speed of light look weak. Featuring a medium flex, the Data is the perfect combination of support and forgiveness, and with an Intuition Comfort Foam 3D liner with heat moldable capability these boots are extremely comfy. Analyze the K2 Data and experience the results this season.
Key Features of the K2 Data Speed Lace Snowboard Boots:
I bough these about half way through last season as a snowboard instructor. About a week into owning them the plastic part that holds the laces on broke and I dealt with that for awhile. Then the rubber bottom part peeled off of the right boot then the left one. If you are doing any kind of every day riding i would not recommend these boots.
The boots fit well to the foot. They run a little small to start but they really mold to shape after a few rides. They are pretty quick to get in and out of, but I worry a little about the lacing tech because the laces they use do not seem very durable compared to some boots with similar tech. the boots also don't seem to lace up as high as most boots. Like I feel like around the upper side of the boot the laces for the liner and boot end earlier than average. I haven't noticed any real problems because of it yet but I also haven't pushed the boots to do a lot for me yet as I'm a Midwest rider and we havent had the snow for parks to make any 25ft+ jumps or large features. Overall a good boot for the price I paid and I'm not disappointed.
It's always best to get boots that fit your feet exactly as they should, snug. The K2 Data Snowboard Boots are a great choice and they'll be perfect for you in a size 10 - they run true to size and will pack out 1/4 of a size.
It says medium, but what is the flex level? 3/10? 5/10? 6/10?
A shopper on Jan 10, 2015
Best Answer:I/m a free rider(pow) not a pipe or park rider. I'd say my boots are a medium to stiff flex. Don't know a numerical value for that. Had mine 2 years now and love them. Light and lace free. I ride about 35 to 40 days/season.
I would go the same size. While you don't want them small, you don't want your snowboard boots to fit large, for two reasons: 1) your heel will lift in them, making your foot go up in the boot rather than your heel edge on your snowboard go up, and that's flat out dangerous. You want snug. 2) the boots will pack-out over time, even high resilience foam compacts over time - and a once tight-fitting boot liner will no longer be snug as weeks and months of usage pass.
How do I add the extra 20% in cart discount? It doesn't appear to add this when I add my item to the cart.
A shopper on May 26, 2015
Best Answer:Hi, You are right.. there is a problem with Black and Blue color options. If you want to order them now purchase them through our CS: 1 (800) 409-7669. Otherwise it will be fixed by tomorrow AM. Enter H3404 in the promo code slot and get a tad more off. Thanks for catching this!!!!! I apologize for the hassle.