Just do it like Danny.
Designed with the help of Danny Kass, the Men's Zoom DK SNowboard Boot is highly supportive for throwing down in the pipe and boosting in the backcountry. When Nike and Danny got together to develop it, they 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.
A synthetic leather upper keeps this boot stiff for reliable support and quick response. The Phylon midsole keeps the feel cushy, yet springy for the right mix of comfort and board control. Neoprene flex zones allow you to tweak grabs and lay into turns without sacrificing support. The liner is heat-moldable for a custom fit, and internal liner lacing keeps your heel locked in to reduce fatigue.
Space blanket technology under the footbed reflects heat back to your foot to help it stay warmer for longer. A Zoom Air heel cushion absorbs harsh impacts to protect your feet from big drops and overshot landings, and the rugged rubber outsole is provides grip on icy slopes and rocky faces. Traditional lacing with Lace Lock allows you to independently adjust the tightness of the upper and lower zones of the boot so you can dial it in just how you like it.
- Traditional lacing
- Heat-moldable liner
- Phylon midsole
- Zoom Air heel unit
- Rubber sole
- Synthetic leather shell
- Heat blanket strobel under footbed
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Great Design, Comfortable Boot, Go Nike!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The DK Boots are a really good boot for all mountain riding, as well as shredding in the park. Like most Nike boots, they have a heat moldable inner liner, but the best way to have them mold to your feet is by just wearing them and breaking them in. New this year to Nike, the footbed has a heat strobel underneath to keep your feet warm (Like Columbia's Omni-Heat Tech), which is awesome.
If your looking for a good all around boot, these are a great pick. Obviously the Kaiju and LunarENDOR are better boots, but the DK's contain all the same technology in the more expensive models.
Mine were completely broken in, and incredibly comfortable after just about 3 1/2 days of riding.