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Sapient Prodigy Snowboard Boots - Kids, Youth

Sapient Prodigy Snowboard Boots
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Description: Sapient Prodigy Snowboard Boots - Kids, Youth

The Sapient Prodigy Snowboard Boots might not look too fancy at first glance, but with the Sapient logo tacked on it should be easy to guess that this boot provides an amazing level of performance and quality. Starting with the mix of Nylon and Synthetic Leather for the upper material, it is obvious that these boots have durability in mind to ensure the great fit you feel on day one stays with you for quite some time. The single layer construction and metal lace hooks are further testament to the quality build of the Prodigy, making it one of the best values that money can buy.

Key Features of the Sapient Prodigy Snowboard Boots:
  • Single layer construction
  • Nylon/synthetic leather
  • Metal lace hooks
  • Rubber outsole

Prodigy


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I bought the Sapient Boots to go with the Sapient board and bindings. All three have been well made and functional. We find the lace-up boots better than the crank or velcro boots. Obviously these are for my child, and she also likes them for their fashion.
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February 19, 2016
VA, US
Age: 15-24
Purchased
5 months ago
Ability:
Beginner

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Bill said it would be a good boot for my grandson and it was an excellent sale price/value for the money. I trusted his recommendation.
Linda S on Dec 11, 2014
need it for a 10 years old, cheapest but seems ok, best i could find.
Amram E on Dec 30, 2013
Good reviews, good price
Daniel H on Nov 22, 2014
good price for the boot. my son is still growing so it makes sense to keep the prices reasonable
Dave C on Dec 9, 2013