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The Barrage TLS Boot delivers the tech of Nitro's high-end boots at an entry-level price.

Nitro Women's Barrage TLS Boots give progressing riders the benefits of its Twin Lacing, but without the high-end price tag. A soft flex and snug liner provide a forgiving feel for all-day shred-ability. Once you cinch up the Twin Lacing System, there's no going back to standard laces. Slip your foot into the Barrage Boot and with two easy movements you fine-tune the fit of its upper and lower sections. Meanwhile, the Direct Lacing System on the molded Comfort 1 Liner provides a snug fit, and it works with the latex memory pads in the footbed to eliminate heel-lift.

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5 5

Barrage Nitro Boots

I love these boots. At first they are very difficult to strap and somewhat painful due to how tight you have to pull the straps and click them in, I almost had a little rope burn. The insole is a bit flimsy as well, so I purchased a more durable one. Other than that I love these boots!!!!

2 5

cute boot with little to offer

this is a really cute snowboard boot. however, it did not fit my foot well... lots of room in the toe box (even for someone who wears wide NB shoes), no ankle hold, and some pressure points in the front foot... this may or may not apply to others as boot fit is very personal. MOST IMPORTANTLY, this lacing system pretty much s----. its a really good idea that doesn't actually function. the cams do not catch the lace when pulling straight up gently (or with more force) as the instructions state. the cams in this boot may have been defective, or they could just globally s----. don't know for sure, only tried one pair of boots.