It must be the boots.
Justin Bennee is known for his smooth style and massive gaps, so it's no wonder that he laces up the Nike Zoom Force 1 Men's Snowboard Boot when he hits the streets. The Air Force 1-inspired sole is low-profile for superior board feel and flexibility, and Zoom Air cushioning absorbs shock on big drops.
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. A medium flex makes it tweakable enough for steezing out grabs without compromising the support needed to handle huge gaps. 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. The ZF1 phylon outsole is lighter than rubber and provides better rebound, and it has a Zoom Air heel cushion to absorb harsh impacts and protect your feet from big drops and overshot landings.
- Traditional lacing with Lace Lock
- Full-length internal backstays
- Custom moldable liner
- Internal liner lacing and powerstrap
- Nike Zoom Air heel cushion
- Warming Blanket strobel
- ZF1 phylon sole
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Hi, I wanted to know if there has been any...
Hi, I wanted to know if there has been any changes to the size or bulkiness of the Nike zoom force one snowboard boot for 2014, I have been using nike Kaijus for a couple of seasons, but i want to try the zoom force one out, although i can't get my hands on any of the to see the difference for myself. I know in the past few years people have complained that the zoom force one is long, bulky and has a big profile, and using a big size this can me a problem as i do not like riding wide boards (although many "experts" say i should). The reason i ask, is because on the description of the boot that i have seen i a couple of places it says "The Air Force 1-inspired sole is low-profile for superior board feel and flexibility...." but does this just refer to the thickness of the sole, or that the boot now has a lower and smaller profile than before? because in the past years i don't think they have mentioned this feature. Sorry of all the questions but i can find any quality reviews for this boot anywhere
Pretty Baller - lightweight
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I got the boots cause I'm tired of seeing everyone with the same 32 or burton boots. So i got the crispy looking white ones.
They look awesome. I wear size 11.5 or 12 shoes and my last boots were 13, The largest I could go on these was 12 so I gave it a shot. I was a little nervous and it was a bit tight on my toes, but after a day or two of riding on them, they formed nicely to my feet.
They feel awesome to wear and I tightened them pretty tight lower and upper but I will start riding them a tad looser for that flexibility I need for the park.
I would recommend buying a half size bigger but I think true sizing is okay. NOTE: I have wide feet with no arch and these still molded nicely.
Highly recommend -