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It's no surprise that the K2 Men's Darko Boa Snowboard Boot is the choice year after year for K2's rail-slaying riders. A versatile flex, light weight, and low-key good looks make it a no-brainer for street urchins and park rats alike.

Traditional lacing allows you to adjust the tightness in specific places so you can get loose for tweaked slides during rail sessions and tighten it up when you're sending the big booter. The Boa Conda liner lacing system adjusts the liner with a twist of the knob on the outside of the boot to securely lock your foot in place to prevent heel lift and foot fatigue. An Intuition Pro Foam 3D liner molds to the shape of your foot for a comfy, custom fit, which improves response and board feel by making the boot feel like an extension of your foot.

The Grip Lite outsole is lightweight and grippy to provide traction on icy hikes without weighing you down, and rubber pods ensure durability. High-rebound Harshmellow cushioning in the heel and forefoot dampens vibrations for a smoother ride and absorbs shock to make landings softer and more controlled. Harshmellow is also featured in the dual-density EVA footbed for even more cushioning to help you ride away from bomb drops and overshot landings.

  • Traditional lacing system
  • Boa Conda liner lacing
  • Grip Lite phylon outsole with rubber pods and Harshmellow cushioning
  • Intuition Pro Foam 3D liner
  • 3D-formed dual-density EVA footbed with Harshmellow
  • Moldable internal J-bars
  • Micro articulating cuff
  • Dual-density 3D-formed tongue

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