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K2 Raider BOA Snowboard Boots

K2 Raider BOA Snowboard Boots
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Description: K2 Raider BOA Snowboard Boots

The 2014/15 Raider boot is back at it with the stylistic appeal and weight saving advantage of no-sew construction. Designed to look and function like a comfy skate shoe these boots provide the ease to complete a boot that presses and butters from the streets of Salt Lake to the parks and peaks of Whistler Blackcomb.

Key Features of the K2 Raider BOA Snowboard Boots:
  • Lacing System: Boa Coiler
  • Liner lacing: K2 Fast-In
  • Liner: Intution Control Foam 3D
  • Outsole: Rubber Light
  • Footbed: EVA Insole
  • Liner Fit: Custom Moldable External J Bars
  • Details: 3D Formed Tongue, Articulating Flex Zone
  • Response: 5/10

Raider BOA


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Decent boot with lots of room!
I have had lots of trouble finding snowboard boots that fit. I wear an 11.5 and shortly discovered they are not all made the same! If you are looking for a boot with a ton of room, go with K2. They seem to have more overall room than a Burton of the same size. Support wise they are what I was looking for. I had K2 Darkos, pretty stiff with little flex. I tried on K2 Seems and they had great fit but very little stability. These however are a happy medium!
March 9, 2015
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i have size 10.5 shoes but currently ride in size 11 lamar boots. will 11 be too roomy for me?
Matt H on Jan 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I personally wear a 13 in most tennis shoes, but my last pair of k2 boots were a 12. This time, however, I purchased a size 13. I have a little too much room in my boots now for my preference. I wish I would have gone with a 12. Hope this helps!