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Light, tech, and asked for by name by freeriders everywhere.

Your boots are the nucleus of your set-up, if your feet aren't happy, your board and bindings are merely accessories. The K2 T1 leads a legacy of making feet happy. Especially feet that crave high-speed carving, floating powder, and the support and comfort to do so. On top of comfort, you get outstanding support; ENDO construction utilizes a urethane insert under the shell to deliver even, pressure-free flex so that your boot doesn't bow out (or blow out) when you do a proper back-scratcher.

  • K2 Conda system allows you to tighten your liner laces from the outside for hassle-free tightening
  • The thermo-moldable Intuition Pro Fit 3D liner with heel-lift eliminating J-Bars becomes your best friend on long days whether you're riding pow, chop, or ice
  • Super Light Vibram with Harshmellow sole cuts the weight by 30% while offering superb traction and durability

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Just trying to decided between the Malamute...

Just trying to decided between the Malamute and the T1 here. I've heard that the K1 is better to attach a crampon to, any thoughts out there? Oh yeah, and is the Liner removable on the K1?

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The malamutes are killer. Very expensive and the stiffest boots on the market. They are really made for the rider that gets out 100 days a year so they will last you a while longer than most boots. Furthermore, you get great response from these but they do take some getting used to. They lock your feet in place more than any boot I have owned. They are not the most comfortable bot I have owned though. I can not speak for the T1's, however.