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Salomon Savage Snowboard Boots

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Specs

Type:
  • Freeride
  • All Mountain
  • Freestyle
Upper Material:
  • Hybrid
Cuff:
  • Flex Panel
Sole Material:
  • EVA
Flex:
  • Medium
Volume:
  • Reduced
  • LoFi
Lacing System:
  • Speed Lace
Lace Harness: Yes
Liner Type:
  • Heat Moldable
  • Balance Level 1
Liner Lacing:
  • Speed Lace
Removable Liner:
  • Yes
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Salomon Savage Snowboard Boots

If you are wondering if the Salomon Savage boots perform as well as they look, the answer is, hell yeah. The Savage contains a medium flex for some freedom when tweaking those grabs and forgiveness when stretching to stomp that pretzel-out. The Lo-Fi outsole is a reduced volume design for a light boot that makes it easier to toss your board around. The combination of forgiving flex and lightweight construction give the Savage a skate-style feel, making this boot a solid choice for slaying the season to shreds.

Key Features of the Salomon Savage Snowboard Boots:
  • Flex Rating: 5
  • Lacing: Zone Lock
  • Liner: Balance Level 1
  • Foam: Custom Fit
  • Footbed: Mystic Footbed 1
  • Outsole: Lo-Fi

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i am a big fan of orange so this boot caught my eye at first sight and was stuck in my head as i looked at other shoes
Paul J on Nov 5, 2013
I have never owned a fast lace boot before. How reliable are the lacing systems compared to traditional laced boots? My last boot was a 32 Lashed.
Aaron on Nov 4, 2013
Best Answer: I've only used them once, and it seems pretty solid. My main concern is how durable the laces are gonna be going forward. As of now, the system works, it works pretty well. It gives a snug fit and the boots are warm. Honestly, the only thing I don't like about them is that their too warm. You will DEF need to change socks after 3-4 hours. They get so hot and sweaty inside. And they take FOREVER to dry out. Usually 1-2 weeks. You DEF need to change out your socks, or get a blow dryer to dry them out after a day on the slopes. Just change your socks out and ventilate for a few moments at the lodge. Trust me, you'll need it. Also, I get a lot of complements on these boots, their a real head turner.
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