Featherweight mobility for discriminating freestyle shredders.
- Phy-Top construction uses a one-piece, injection-molded Phylon upper for lower volume, less weight, and more consistent rebound
- Strapper Zonal Lacing tightens the lower boot internally using a speed lace, with hook-and-loop straps for the upper boot
- Heat-moldable internal & external J-bars lock down your heels for a slip-free fit
- Multi-density Impacto Insoles cushion impact for all-day comfort
- Aegis antimicrobial coating combats boot-funk
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Can anyone gve me specific instrucions on...
Can anyone gve me specific instrucions on how to heat-mold these boots? Just got them for X-mas and want to be sure I get the molding right. Thanks!
im looking for a boot that is slim, and...
im looking for a boot that is slim, and will fit under my tapered pants.
would the Ride Strapper work??
So here's the lowdown, with Ride's New Phy-Top construction you take a traditional boot and replace about 20 parts with one using a lightweight, super durable material called Phylon. Doing this takes away all those stitched parts and glued seams which are the major breakdown areas of any boot. Longevity of life and material rebound goes through the roof giving you way more bang for your buck! I've ridden these and they have a softer flex which makes jibbing and really tweeking those grabs super easy. If you like a softer boot for killing the park or the streets you can't go wrong With the Strapper AC
I have the option to pick these up pretty...
I have the option to pick these up pretty cheap and I'm wondering if anyone knows how the velcro closure system will hold up in cold/pow conditions. I know that hiking in pow in velcro closure boots can cause the velcro to fail, so I'm wondering if anyone knows if that's going to be an issue with these? Can't get Ride to respond to my emails.
they are ok boots good for all around the mount they are vary warm and should handle the deep pow and the hiking in the back hills these should be a good boot for you