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Ride Jackson BOA Coiler Snowboard Boots

Ride Jackson BOA Coiler Snowboard Boots
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Description: Ride Jackson BOA Coiler Snowboard Boots

If you're a boarder who's gotten his feet in the snow a few times before and is looking for something a bit more daring, these Ride Jackson BOA Coiler Snowboard Boots are exactly what you want. As a medium flex all-mountain boot, these Ride Jackson Boots are a great blend for the cruiser who wants to pull an occasional jump here and there. And with speed lacing featuring Lock Down Turbo, you'll be able to quickly adjust your fit to suit you best. That’s right, Ride Jackson BOA Coiler are just the boots for you!

Key Features of the Ride Jackson BOA Coiler Snowboard Boots:
  • Liner: Intuition Support Foam Liner Technology, w/ Aegis Antimicrobial Coating
  • Liner Fit: Thermo-Formable Internal & External J Bars
  • Under Foot Support: 3D Formed Dual Density EVA Insole
  • NEW! Sole: Blown Light Summit
  • Liner Lacing: Lock Down Turbo
  • Shell Lacing: H2 Boa Coiler Lacing System w/ The Closer

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what year is this boot and what else would be better or a match up to this boot in a size 15, i am considering the Burton rulers but i cam across this and it seems promising but i need professional opinions on boots because a big guy like me needs a good solid boot that isn't going to be worn out in a season.?
paullyD on Oct 9, 2013
Best Answer: You're looking in the right direction with the Burton Ruler Snowboard Boots ( ). The Rulers have a stiffer flex rating (6) that will offer you more support, and a longer lasting ride.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Oct 10, 2013
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What year is this model?
A shopper on Aug 12, 2013
Best Answer: This is a 2012 model.
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