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2117 Holmestad Snowboard Boots

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Type: All Mountain
Upper Material: Nylon
Cuff: Articulated
Sole Material: Hybrid
Flex: Medium
Volume: Standard
Lacing System: Lace
Lace Harness: Yes
Liner Type: Sewn
Liner Lacing: Speed Lace
Removable Liner: Yes
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: 2117 Holmestad Snowboard Boots

Pack up early and get to the mountain for first tracks, and take your 2117 Holmestad Snowboard Boots Black/ Grey for men with you. These boots have great cushioning and support for your feet, even if you are landing in them all day at the park, and they are extremely light weight, giving you the comfort you need all day long. The fleece liner helps to keep your feet dry and cozy while wicking away moisture, giving you the breathability you need to enjoy the day!

Key Features of the 2117 Holmestad Snowboard Boots:
  • CMEVA Outsole - Super-light weight with great cushioning
  • Nylon and PU upper for a light weight supportive shell
  • Lace up Liner for a secure and comfortable fit
  • Fleece lining to wick away moisture and keep your feet warm and dry
  • Articulated Cuff
  • Low Profile Design
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • Flex: 5


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I love my boots! I always had to rent boots and they were never warm enough, but with these I can stay on the slopes all day long.
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November 13, 2014
1 year ago
Very comfortable
Very comfortable and warm pair of boots, glad I got them
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March 5, 2015
8 months ago
so confy
these boots are super conferrable. i don't have a problem with them but they do make a lot of noise when walking like they creak but other then that awesome pair of boots
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December 3, 2014
Franklin , NY, US
Age: 15-24
1 year ago
I just got these boots in they seem a little bulky with the LAMAR WRAP bindings. I have a 11.5 boot and the bindings are Large and I asked Customer Service if these were a good match and they said yes. So I don't know. Hopefully they go good when I hit the hills.

Be cautious they do seem real bulky
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January 15, 2015
Age: 25-44
2117 Holmestad Snowboard Boots
As my first pair of new boots, they work great. They are very comfortable and keep my feet warm all day. I have two complaints however. The first is that snow gets through the base of the boot, causing my feet to get wet (my feet stay warm at least). The second is that these boots are excessively bulky. Compared to other brands of the same size, these boots are larger. I'd recommend buying a size or two lower than what you'd normally go for.
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January 20, 2015
9 months ago

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Helped by Trevor L. Thanks!
L A on Jan 2, 2015
my other boots broke so i need a fast new cheap pair of boots to get me to the end of the season and this was what i was looking for
nick c on Feb 11, 2014
Tracy F on Feb 26, 2014
boots... got to have them...
William R on Jan 20, 2014
How is the casing? It has a lot of PU plastic, is that flexible or really stiff?
A shopper on Dec 4, 2013
Best Answer: The 2117 Holmestad Snowboard Boots have a blended upper made of both nylon and PU (polyurethane). The shell does flex forward toward the toes but offers support laterally and medially.
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It was said that your feet can get wet with these.. Is that true?
me a on May 10, 2015
Best Answer: I don't normally submerge my boots in water, Im typically strapped into a board or in the lodge. If you keep the fabric part of the boot out of any wet snow or water you'll be fine.
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