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Arrive at the next level in style.

You’ve been snowboarding for a while and you’re looking to push your riding to the next level. A new pair of boots is the best place to start. Ride developed the Jackson boot for the intermediate rider who is ready to step it up to some serious equipment.
  • Intuition thermo-moldable liners with Aegis antimicrobial coating for a perfect fit without the stink that usually follows a day of hard riding
  • 3D formed EVA insole adds soft comfort and cushions impact so you can ride all day.
  • Boa Coiler lacing system gives you added power so you can finally get your boots as tight as you want them
  • The Closer system guides the lace cable so that the tightness is even throughout the boot
  • Lock Down liner speed lacing system gets your liners tighter faster

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5 5

Very nice boots

I just had the chance to use these boots and they were really good, takes you less than a minute to put them on and be ready to snowboard. Excellent boots, keeps you toes warm and cumfy.

How comfortable are they? Or what is the...

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How comfortable are they? Or what is the best boot for under $200?

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My friend just bought these boots and I had the pleasure of breaking them in, too bad they didnt need breaking in. They are sooooo comfortable.

I bought this boot and its great but a...

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I bought this boot and its great but a little to small. Can anyone tell me typically what boots run big for their size?

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If it's only a little tight, just wait for the boot to break in and pack out and it will get a little bigger.

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Take them to your local store and have them heat-molded. I did this with my new 32s (which I think fit a little bit tighter than true) and it feels like they're broken in after 2-3 runs.

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I Rode this boot last year and loved it. i am mostly shredding the park and i really liked this boot for the rails.
on and you cant beat the easy lacing of the boa system!

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looking for a all mountain boot love the...

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looking for a all mountain boot love the trees and bowls not the terrian park