Stout flex and dialed fit for all-terrain domination.
- Intuition Pro-Foam 3D Thermo-form Ultralon� liner molds to your foot shape
- Liner�s internal/external J bars, integrated Power Strap lock down heel and add response
- Boa Conda System lets you adjust liner fit without unlacing shell
- Harshmellow padding in the 3D formed dual density EVA footbeds absorb shock
- Vibram Super Light Sole with Harshmellow Technology grips and dampens
- Aegis antimicrobial treatment fights foot funk
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This is a really really good snowboarding boot.
Not recommended for park rats or beginner snowboarders, but if you don't fall into these categories and they fit, get 'em.
Not as unnecessarily stiff as the Burton Driver X but much more stiff than most boots on the market these days. If you would rather hit a pillow line or a cliff than butter in your friend's mom's backyard, you want a boot with a stiffer flex like this.
Also the boa liner really secures your foot regardless of how much you feel like tightening the flex with the laces = versatile.
Out of the box
Just got the boots and out of the box they are pretty stiff as the other review says, but that I was looking for a stiffer boot. Just messing around with them the BOA internal cable locks down your heel extremely well and is a cinch to use. Also for bigger-footed guys like me it is nice that they don't have an enormous footprint like some other boots. I can't wait to get them on the hill I definitely suggest checking these out and with dogfunk's return policy you can always return them if they aren't for you.
Just got back from a trip to WY and loved these boots. 1st day they were a bit uncomfortable but after that they were perfect. I ordered true to shoe size and was not disappointed. I have a relatively narrow foot and these fit me well.
great boot. not for lightweights.
This will be my 4th season in the T1. Really stiff out of the box but break in nicely. The liners don't pack out as quickly as a lot of other boots I've had. I usually just replace them when they start stinkin'. I really like the BOA liner but I'm gonna stick with good old-fashioned laces on the shell. If the cables break it's actually pretty easy to replace them provided you have the little allen wrench required and the correct length cable. My liner cables have never snapped but I've seen a lot of outer cables fray and break. 99% of the time it's due to resting a board edge on your unstrapped boot on the lift. Anyway, great boot for someone who doesn't like a mushy bag of slop.