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Sapient Method Snowboard Boots

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Type: All Mountain, Freestyle
Upper Material: Hybrid
Cuff: Standard
Sole Material: Hybrid, Phylon and rubber 2 piece sole
Flex: Medium
Volume: Standard
Lacing System: Lace
Lace Harness: No
Liner Type: Sewn
Liner Lacing: Speed Lace
Removable Liner: Yes
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Sapient Method Snowboard Boots

The Sapient Method Snowboard boots can stand up to anything Mother Nature can throw your way. The boots are stylish and sleek and made of highly weatherproof hybrid material. No one likes to get their feet wet or cold on the slopes and these boots are suitably built with protection in mind. A rubber and hybrid material sole ensures that every part of your foot stays warm and dry. The Method boots also offer medium flex and an extra lightweight feel.

Key Features of the Sapient Method Snowboard Boots:
  • Deluxe lace up liner
  • Speed lace system
  • Molded TPR backstay
  • Phylon and rubber 2 piece sole

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This specific pair of size 14 boots are very comfortable, unfortunately the outside rubber around the arc of the foot, and heel made it a tight fit into the binding on my snowboard. Still use able, just uncomfortable for the time being when putting/taking my foot in and out of the bindings.
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January 23, 2015
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7 months ago
Method
Comfortable and warm. Fit well. My first pair of boots, so I don't have much to compare against, but they've held up well with the five times I've used them so far.
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November 17, 2014
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9 months ago
Good Value
For the price they keep your feet dry and look/feel well built. The styling isn't really there I'd recommend these for beginners and are everything I needed, The next set of boots I buy I'll spend a bit more and get something that fits a little better I used the Size Chart to work out length (in cm) and the boot are the correct length but they are a little lose around the rest of the foot area
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October 6, 2014

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Grandson wanted for b'day?
kay b on Aug 22, 2014
great deal
Victor M on Jan 5, 2014
price
derek d on Jan 18, 2014
Son liked this item and feet grew!
Sarah G on Dec 15, 2013
I am a size 10 and want boots that will last me a couple of years without growing out of it. Should I get size 10 or a different pair of boots?
Benji on Feb 4, 2015
Best Answer: I would get a bigger size. I bought my husband a size 12, and they just fit. He is normally a size 11 1/2 in sneakers so I thought that he would have room with a size 12. If you like wearing thick socks, go up a size. My husband does like the boots, however. Good luck!
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I am looking for a snowboard boot mens size 14. Who carries that?
Heide on Dec 5, 2014
Best Answer: Chamberlea is right...we have lots of different size 14 mens boots to choose from. Check all of size 14 boots we have in stock HERE: http://www.the-house.com/snbo-by-size.html?nocache=1&refine.size=14%20-%2014.5
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What size binding should I have if I have a size 10 boot? And is it alright if I have a inch to 1.5 of overhang?
bradu on Feb 5, 2015
Best Answer: With the Sapient Method Snowboard Boots you will probably want a large binding -see manufacturer sizes on the specific binding page. The boots are normal size, but that means they are bigger overall than a Burton or 32 or Ride boot. Regarding overhang, try to balance from toe and heel side, but you want the turning effort to be the same for frontside and backside turns.
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