|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Rome Folsom Snowboard Boots
The Rome Folsom snowboard boots offer exceptional fit and comfort for all day riding performance. The moldable ConFormist.3 liner holds your foot down snugly without constricting, and the skate cuff offers support, while flexing under stress. The molded, multi-density heel pocket secures your foot during intense riding. The GripPatch offers traction and grip on slippery surfaces. The expanded toe zone offers mobility and freedom for lasting comfort. Keep your feet feeling good all day in the Rome Folsom snowboard boots.
- The Rome Last
- Moldable ConFormist.3 Liner
- Skate Cuff
- QuadZone Lining
- Molded, multi-density heel pocket
- Expand Toe Zone
- Control Strap
- New NoProfile Internal Cuff
- Lockable zonal lacing
- Molded foot
Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!
"Great Stiff Boot"
First of all, the folsom fits true to size, and can be fine tuned by heat molding them. That being said, I highly recommend molding them, as they are fairly stiff. Much more than the Libertine, or say, 32 Lashed or Burton Ruler. They felt great laced up, but I had some cramping the first day. All in all, I have 5 days on them now, and they are feeling great, still getting better each day! Good support with enough flex to tweak airs and jib some, great quality
"Rome Boots- so good"
Rome's products are among the best in the industry. I was skeptical of their boots when they arrived on the scene a few years back, thinking rome was just going to shell out some boots with their name to make some coin. I was wrong! They are so awesome. super comfortable and supportive. Make it a point to try a pair of rome boots!
These boots are great. They look sweet and they are really good on the mountian. The Black and white style actually has one white boot and one black boot. The laces are just a bit long and they are a bit to stiff.
I borrowed these for a day from my friend and it was very well worth the try. I cant decide between 32s and romes now. I rode these for just a day and had a little pain with the arch but after a couple runs it was gone and the boot was just nice and comfy the rest of the day. I wear a 10.5 and the boots were 10.5 and I had decent room for my toes to wiggle. good boot overall!!
I wore 2010 Rome mens boots last spring. The Folsom as a bit too stiff for me...but some people really like a stiff boot. Also, after long days of riding my pinky toe really started to hurt. Since women's feet tend to be narrower than men's, this boot might feel narrow to others. Also, the lace for one of my liners broke the 3rd day I wore the boots. Rome will replace that though. I sold them to another member.