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  • Dave Says

    Reporting from the surface of the sun. We've got the Morrow Lotus snowboard boot. It's a pretty sick snowboard boot, for sure, for the female gender.
    What you're looking at, it's got it's own liner to it. It's going to fit good right out of the box. You don't have to mold them like you would some of the other heat moldable ones. From there, you've got a nice 3-D molded tongue. It's really going to suck in to the front of your leg really well, not causing any pinch points. The lacing system is really, really easy to use. You just pull it up, and there's a lock that keeps it in place. Kind of nice versus some other systems that are going to slip out a little bit on you.
    From there, you do have a hard sole to this one. Say you're driving to the resort, just rock these. Easy to drive in, you get to the resort, put on the fruit-boot, you're ready to rock. Super sick. The outer on this one, you're looking at pretty basic lace design, 3-D molded tongue, once again. Looking at you're full leather construction this one. It's got some good graphic details. You've got a little bit of bling with the gold. A little "Gucci" inlay stuff going on here. It does have shock absorption material. Specifically, grip-shock in the heel. So it's protecting against those icy, hard packed landings.
    Other than that, it's just a nice, traditional lace snowboard boot. It's going to be easy to do it stiff around the bottom and loose around the top, or vice versa. The flex rating on these bad girls right here, 1 being soft, ten being stiff, I want to rate them in the middle of the road, say four or five-ish. Just a good, I would say, entry level to intermediate, all-mountain snowboard boot. Definitely a good price tag - the Morrow Lotus snowboard boot crushes it.



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