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Salomon Launch Snowboard Boots

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Specs

Type: Freeride, All Mountain
Upper Material: Nylon
Cuff: Articulated
Sole Material: Rubber
Flex: Medium, 5
Volume: Standard
Lacing System: Speed Lace
Lace Harness: Yes
Liner Type: Heat Moldable
Liner Lacing: Speed Lace
Removable Liner: Yes
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Salomon Launch Snowboard Boots

Go hard this winter with the Salomon Launch Snowboard Boots! This boot contains every feature one needs to truly shred up the toughest slopes. Containing a heat moldable, speed lace balance 1 compact liner, comfort is unparalleled no matter how long you choose to ride. When you are out on the tough snow, you should expect the best from all of your equipment, including your boots. Do not settle for anything less when it comes to traction and safety; whether you are free-riding or hitting up all-terrain resorts, the Launch Snowboard Boots will be there to guide you down the right path!

Key Features of the Salomon Launch Snowboard Boots:
  • Flex Rating: 5
  • Lacing: ZoneLock
  • Liner: Balance 1 Compact
  • Custom Fit
  • Mystic 1
  • Flightweight

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Hi I'am interested in purchasing a pair of these boots. Right now I have two pairs if shoes I ware. Size 11US VANS are snug and my other pair is 12US SUPRAS . I have a ton of room in the 12's. So what would be the recommended size I assume 11.5. I don't want to much slop in my toes but enough for all day comfort.??
Blake W on Dec 1, 2013
Best Answer: Every foot is so different so it's not an easy question. From what you're saying I would go with a 11.5. The worst thing you could possibly do is to ride in sloppy boots. Keep in mind that when you get them they will feel tight. Lace the up nice and tight and wear them around the house one night. This will get them to pack out.
Perform this test before taking them outside.
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