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A Boa Coiler, Harshmellow cushioning, and an Intuition liner; put your foot in a freestyle fortress of comfort and support.

For the advancing ripper ready to step up to the next level, the K2 Men’s Raider Boa Coiler Snowboard Boot delivers comfort, convenience and great performance without blowing out a bank account. From a Control Foam 3D Intuition Liner to the K2 Fast-In Single Pull liner system and Harshmellow-cushioned footbed, the Raider Boa Coiler keeps your foot secure, supported, and happier than a pig in a blanket (as long as it’s shredding tasty lines and pressing mad boxes).

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2 5

k2 raiders

bought the k2 raiders last year , not to good. got heaps of heel lift,no matter how much i tightend them it was there. good points ...keeped feet dry and the price. you get what you pay for.

2 5

k2 raiders

bought the k2 raiders last year , not to good. got heaps of heel lift,no matter how much i tightend them it was there. good points ...keeped feet dry and the price. you get what you pay for.

4 5

Comfy and Dry

I only had the chance to ride 5 days this season, but all 5 were in the K2 Raiders. My feet stayed completely dry, even in slushy/spring conditions. Boots broke in quick, have a good level of stiffness, comfy sole. No pressure points that I found.

Overall I really like them.

I need to know what kind of boot to where...

Posted on

I need to know what kind of boot to where for the kind of riding I do.

I ride fast in the PacNW, so it tends to be slushy at times, unless it gets cold enough. I have a hand me down pair of vans and they are way to flexible. I also ride a very long board 172. I prefer cruzer hills, I avoid the trees, but I won't pass up powder for a groomer.

Could you advise me on the type of boot I'd like?

thanks

Best Answer Responded on

you'd probibly want a fairly stiff to mid stiff boot. probibly a 7ish on whatever company's 1-10 rating system. if you hit the park you might want a slightly softer boot

Responded on

Agreed. sounds like you're doing mostly cruising groomers and charging a little pow. You'll definitely want a mid-stiff to stiff boot, it will be more responsive for your carves.

3 5

ehhh alright

Boots are pretty stiff and painful at first, after a week of wearing them they got better! Now they are pretty comfy... My toes actually get pretty cold in these boots compared to others i have had! (northwaves) But BOA is where it's at! Solid boots, for the price.

3 5

k2 raider boot

these boots werent 2 bad, but was nothing 2 rave about. i always got pains in my foot from them, but they also keep yur feet pretty warm. the boa coiler is an awesome feature! so easy 2 strap in and out, or adjust them