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The K2 Sendit Women's Boa Snowboard Boot combines the convenience of Boa lacing with a comfy fit and an affordable price tag to create a high-performance boot. A soft flex and cushy feel make this an ideal boot for girls who throw down in the park, or who simply want all-day comfort they can count on all season long.

Boa lacing allows you to adjust the tightness of your boot with the simple click of a dial, not only making it faster and easier to get on and off, but also ensuring that it won't loosen throughout the day like traditional laces. The Control Foam 3D liner provides out-of-the-box comfort that feels good from day one to day one hundred.

The Low-Pro rubber outsole is thin to reduce weight without sacrificing traction or durability. Fast-In liner lacing helps you get in and out of your boots quickly, and custom moldable external J-bars help lock your heel down to improve response and reduce foot fatigue. An EVA footbed provides an extra dose of cushiness to dampen vibrations and absorb shock for a smoother ride.

  • Boa lacing system
  • Fast-In liner lacing
  • Control foam 3D liner
  • EVA footbed
  • Moldable external J-bars
  • Articulating cuff
  • 3D-formed tongue
  • Low-Pro outsole

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So before I launch in here, small disclaimer, I like my boots really stiff. So if you like them soft then take this with a grain of salt. But I was pretty disappointed in these boots. I purchased them a couple years ago because they were reasonably priced, buyer remorse much? These loosen up after a few good turns, and my heels came so far out of the cup that I was worried I would literally fly out of them. Ya I know Boa's are easy, but is it really worth it when you have to stop after every run and tighten your boots? Word of advice? Your friends will ditch you. Also? Even if these didn't loosen up they are an incredibly soft boot. There is zero power to be had in these. So the bottom line for me is, if you are going to post up in the lodge all day sipping hot cocoa and having your shoulders massaged by a burly European dude, go ahead and purchase. Otherwise, may I suggest stepping it up a notch or ditching the idea of the boa entirely?