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K2 Outlier BOA Snowboard Boots

K2 Outlier BOA Snowboard Boots
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Description: K2 Outlier BOA Snowboard Boots

With the toughness to withstand anything you may encounter on the mountain, the K2 Outlier Snowboard Boots for men are one outstanding pair of shred shoes for a low price. These boots feature a medium flex for the proper support when slashing pow and enough forgiveness required for freestyle fun. These Outlier boots also feature the BOA system, a high-performance and durable lacing system built for speedy setup. K2 has also included the Fast-In liner lacing system, only adding to the quickness of these boots. The liner is also heat moldable to provide a fit that is formed to the shape of your foot for maximum comfort and response. 

Key Features of the K2 Outlier BOA Snowboard Boots:
  • Lacing System: Boa
  • Liner Lacing: K2 Fast-In
  • Liner: Comfort Foam
  • Outsole: Low-Pro Outsole
  • Footbed: EVA Insole
  • Liner fit: Custom Moldable External J Bars
  • Details: 3D Formed Tongue, Articulating Flex Zone

Outlier BOA


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great boots!
These boots are great, and the house had a great price as well! I bought 2 pairs for my teenage boys and they really love them. I would buy then again.
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April 22, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Good
Havnt used them alot so cant account for duribility, but theyre comfortable and alot quicker than lacing up. Come loose about mid day, but its a 5 second thing to retighten them.
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December 14, 2015
Purchased
8 months ago
Started out great
Light weight and comfortable, unfortunately I had problems with the lower portion on the speed lace boa portion. After doing so many frontside 180s and 360s, that portion ripped apart. I was pretty bummed because they were doing so well to start
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March 24, 2016
Fort Collins , AL, US
Age: 15-24
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It fits great and it was great deal
I tried it for the first time and it fits. So I'm still waiting to be outdoors in the snow. But overall, I'm glad I got them. Thank you House
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October 2, 2015
Purchased
10 months ago

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Good reviews and heard they were durable
Annette M on Jan 21, 2016
great price & recommended
Susan R on Nov 27, 2015
B/c of the great reviews and the BOA lacing system. I'm excited to get them on the mountain!
scott T on Nov 30, 2015
i used these boots before and I liked them
Alex M on Nov 23, 2015
Wondering if anyone has some insight on boot quality, I'm looking at these or the newest 2016 version "K2 seem BOA", I like quality that is gonna last, is it worth the newer model cost or are these good to go?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2015
Best Answer: I bought these boots a few months ago and haven't got to try em out yet. But I have put em on walked around and they seem to be of good quality. When I tighten them down they feel strong (not like I'm gonna break if I do it to much) and the inside liner is made of good material. From me you can't beat the price of these boots and they seem built to last.
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What is on the boot in the 5th pucture?
Tyler E on Jan 22, 2016
Best Answer: The 5th picture is the liner north the boots.
Reply · Report · Jennifer M on Jan 23, 2016
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are these wider than other brand boots? not in foot width but in width of the boot itself
A shopper on Oct 27, 2015
Best Answer: I have wider feet, and the K2 has always fit me the best.
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