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Kind of like riding in a Dunk.

When Nike and Danny Kass got together to develop the Nike Zoom DK Snowboard Boot, they created the freestyle shred boot of the future, but they also looked to the past and drew on the legendary Dunk shoe for the Zoom DK's anatomical shape and traditional lacing. It's this nod to the past that gives this boot a skate-shoe-like style and feel.

The synthetic upper features an articulated cuff for ultimate flexibility and comfort. Zoom midsole cushioning absorbs impact while maintaining a low super-low profile to keep your center of gravity tight. Plus, this updated boot is built on the Kaiju last so there is a little more room for your foot to spread out while maintaining a snug, supported feel. Multi-zone tread keeps your sole and the ground working together so you don't slip off the lodge sidewalk.

  • Injection-molded synthetic upper
  • Articulated cuff with flex zone at ankle
  • Phylon midsole
  • Zoom cushioning
  • Multi-zone tread sole

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5 5

Kass boot Kills it, so does Kass

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I wear my boots a few sizes small because I like the feel of having my feet fully secured in the boot, and nothing feels better than a broken in boot. Great boot for doing everything all the time all over the mountain, I've even fallen asleep wearing them fully tied. They have a medium flex which is great for support when charging and flex when tweaking. The soles on the boot last a while (I've had mine for 1.5 seasons now) and the bottom still looks like new. The outside of the boot has also held up really well to all the abuse I've put them through so far. The liner is warm and I wear thin socks with the boot all the time year round in all temps and have never had cold feet. I take the stock insole out and replace it with a plastic arch support because I personally hate the insoles that come in any Nike products. If you're looking for a boot that does it all and looks good doing it I wouldn't suggest any other product besides this boot. Also the leopard print on this years boot is really awesome.

5 5

The best boot (for me)

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If you love a medium flexing boot, a little on the softer side, check out the Nike DKs. The Kaijus feel a little softer and the Zoom Forces feel a little stiffer. They feature plenty of cushioning that allow you to ride all day in any terrain. My feet have never been more comfortable. I heat molded them and never experienced any discomfort. They are lightweight and they look really good. I love traditional laces and these boots are easy on/easy off with no gadgets to deal with. Nike makes a quality product and stands behind it featuring wonderful customer service. I've been wearing the DKs and the Kaijus every year since they have come out and can't imagine ever wanting to try anything else. Comfortable feet are the most important part of your setup.

4 5

Somewhere between the Kaiju and ZF1

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Wore these boots all summer at Mt. Hood, and while they get the job done, Nike's done better. First off, I like Nike's- I've had the Zoom Force 1's for over a year, and really beat the hell out of them, and they've held out well. And if you were unaware, keep in mind, Nike's generally run a little more narrow than other boots- if you have average or skinny feet, you'll be good, but a wide foot, probably not so much. Unfortunately, but the only advantage I found in these DK's, compared the ZF1's, is the articulated ankle cuff. I liked the addition of that, but I think the ZF1s hold up better. (I still prefer my year old ZF1's to a 3 month old pair of DK's.) I also felt that the toe box in the DKs were smaller, where as in the ZF1s they fit me better. Finally I miss the lace cinch at the ankle on the ZF1s- not a huge thing, but it helped dial in the lacing that little bit more, while keeping traditional laces. Still pretty happy with these DKs. Not as tech-y as the Kaiju's, but a little more to them than the Zooms.