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Leave the gapers to their gaping.

Stop dodging the side-slipping out-of-towners and start throwing down in the park or cutting up the trees with the Ride Men’s Orion Snowboard Boot. Ride made this boot for progressing riders, giving it a Lock Down speed lacing system to get you in and out quickly, while the heat-moldable Intuition Liner dials in the support and fit you need for dusting the gapers and diving into the pow.
  • Diecut EVA midsole provides support underfoot
  • External J-bars provide heel and ankle hold to prevent slipping
  • Anti-microbial coating on the liner keeps the foot-funk at bay

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4 5

Not Bad... Not Great

Bought these boots back in december and used them on all 10 or 12 of my snowboard outings. The insoles construction to your foot works well and aslong your not in weather below 0 degrees your feet should stay pretty toasty. Dont sinch them down to tight though or your feet will start to hurt. Overall good boot. worth the money. They held up well during long days of shredding.

4 5

great boots

Have these boots, and they're amazing!!! they're soft and light, so i don't feel like i'll break my ankle if i land wrong anytime soon!

2 5

Not impressed

I bought last year's model of these boots, and was not very impressed. The description said they had speed lace, but they don't(which I know is not the boot's fault), but the laces tended to come loose from the cuffs. The toe box felt extremely cramped, and at the same time, I got tons of heel lift. After a couple days of riding, the fabric on the toe area was all frayed. I'm not sure if this year's boots are improved, but this is just a heads up. I much prefer my Forum Constants over these.

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Although the toebox was cramped when I got them after you get them heat molded to your foot it packs out nicely, that also solves the heel lift problem, but for the fabric freying that did happento me also, I have this years version in white, but these boots are way better than the burton tributes I was using last season, soo much more comfortable and lighter than the boots that I was using, they also fit perfect with the contraband bindings

5 5

Great boots for low price

I'll have to admit that when I bought these I was skeptical because of the lower price tag, but these boots definitely rock. Very comfortable, I started riding them without breaking them in or heat molding them and they were awesome from the start. They were right on in terms of sizing and the white one's look pretty sick, Ride knows what they are doing and always put out great products.

i've got the burton 07 mission bindings ....

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i've got the burton 07 mission bindings . . has anyone had any problems with too big of a toe box? these look dope and i wanna get them. . my only worry is my boots being to big for the bindings.

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I have 08 Ride EX bindings and they fit perfectly. I can understand your concern but I don't think you'll have any problems, the boots are a normal size and aren't overly big in any areas.

5 5

Great Boots

These are my first boots. I've always rented before, but now that I live close to a mountain, it was time to buy.

I have feet the size of small villages, which makes everything more difficult. Luckily the Orions are made in such a way that even my size 14 boots remain a relatively manageable length. Plus, they are super comfy. I can board all day with no sore or numb areas on my feet. And they're warm too.

you dont have to put this on first

you dont have to put this on first

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to tighten just pull down on the ring. lock in. and pull again. tuck remaining string in