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A better way to splitboard.

The cornerstone of the fastest and lightest splitboard system on Earth, the K2 Stark Kwicker Men's Boa Snowboard Boot integrates boot and binding to reduce weight and bulk and streamline the splitboard transition process. Unlike the step-in boots of yesteryear, the Stark is actually more stable and offers greater board feel and control than other boots in traditional splitboard setups do. Be the first one ready to drop in from now on.

The key feature of the Stark is the way it combines the functions of the boot and the binding. Instead of strapping in, it clicks directly into the Kwicker binding. An integrated highback provides support, and the Boa Conda internal ankle strap allows you to quickly and easily adjust the pressure on the top of your boot so you have a comfortable and secure fit. This reduces weight, eliminates excess bulk, and makes the process of strapping in a whole lot quicker.

Also featured on the Stark is a moldable Intuition Pro Foam 3D liner to provide a custom fit that's comfy on the way up as well as the way down. Dual-density EVA with Harshmellow in the footbed cushions your step and absorbs shock when you land a little flat. The Kwicker Light outsole is lightweight so it doesn't weigh you down on the hike and provides excellent traction for climbs and icy traverses. The only downside to the Stark is the look of envy on your friend's faces when you're ready to drop while they only have one skin off. Of course, that could be an upside to you.

  • Boa Conda lacing system with internal Boa ankle strap
  • Endo internal highback
  • 3D dual-density EVA footbed with Harshmellow
  • Intuition Pro Foam 3D liner
  • Moldable internal J-bars and integrated power strap
  • Kwicker Light outsole with attachment plate
  • Only works with K2 Kwicker system

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Dear Sirs, I would like to order a K2 Stark...

Dear Sirs, I would like to order a K2 Stark Boa Snowboard Boot, Men's size 9 to be delivered in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Would you be kind enough to inform shipping cost? Regards, Ricardo

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Ricardo,

Unfortunately we do not have any size 9's in stock at the moment. or an order in for more.

Sorry for the bad news!

Jared D.
Expert Gearhead
800.409.4502 ext 4055
jdowns@backcountry.com

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LIGHT RUNNING BOOTS?

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I just recieved these boots in the mail about seven years ago, and wow, they are so awesome!! I normally use heavier boots, but these boots are so light i feel like i could run a marathon in them!!! The support in these boots is unmatched. I'm going to buy more right now!!!

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You just received them 7 years ago? I don't think they made them then . Is that what you meant to say? LOL

are the Stark boots backwards compatible...

are the Stark boots backwards compatible with Clicker bindings?

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Guess what, these boots will work with the old clicker binding. There is some issues with being able to click in if you have the bindings with the thicker pads so just play it same and make sure you are in all the way.

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I can attest to the fact that Stark boots will fit the old style Shimano/K2 clicker bindings. I just bought a pair of Stark boots and they fit and work fine. I did have to change out the pads since Stark boots will require a thinner pad size. Unfortunately, most people threw away or lost their pad sets after they set their bindings for their old boots. I am excited to try the Stark. It feels much better than my old Skylord boots and are lighter. Why K2 was not more forthcoming with this info is beyond me. I have tried to get an answer on whether these will fit old clickers for over a year.