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Watch your skills grow in the Salomon Women's Ivy Snowboard Boot.

The Salomon Women's Ivy Snowboard Boot keeps you rooted tightly to your snowboard for precision handling on any terrain. The Ivy grows from the ground up with a women's-specific sole, last, and liner for a deluxe fit. Salomon's Biocage liner reduces calf pinching, which lets intermediate freeriders focus on progression, not painful feet. Salomon even included a little extra insulation in the toes to accommodate female rippers that tend to get cold feet after a day of riding. Slip on the Ivy Snowboard Boots, tug the one-pull Powerlace pro system, and step your riding up a notch. *Sizes are in Mondo.

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Unanswered Question

Hi every body,
I have to replace boots...

Posted on

Hi every body,
I have to replace boots lacing system for Ivy Salomon 2007. But where can I get some ?
if you can help...
Thanks in advance,
JF from France

Unanswered Question

Hi every body,
I have to replace boots...

Posted on

Hi every body,
I have to replace boots lacing system for Ivy Salomon 2007. But where can I get some ?
if you can help...
Thanks in advance,
JF from France

3 5

Ok for my first snowboarding boot..

I've never worn any other boot so I have nothing to compare, but when I first got it they were great. One of the few women's boots that have a size 4.5! The lacing system was really easy and helped tighten things up quickly. I rode pretty hard last season though and they got beat up pretty quick. Toward the end of the season the laces would loosen up through the day and I'd have to tighten them up again. I've hiked in them for some untouched pow and they felt fine on my feet. The faux fur lining is pretty kush too. On all day sessions though, I'd notice that my feet were a bit wet by the end of the day. I'd say its a good beginner boot, but I've since progressed into more freestyle and will probably retire them this season.

5 5

great boots

I learned in these boots and have 4 pairs of different year models - 2 from 05 1 from 07 and 1 from 08. The boots hold up very well - different versions are more solid than others - the 05 ones lasted for about 250 days each...the 07 model started packing out a lot after 100 days and they're my backup right now, and the 08 model is doing well so far, but only has roughly 60 days on them (but they're still in pretty good condition aka look almost new). I went down a half size, so maybe that will prevent packing out for longer. The boots fit well in burton bindings (lexas and escapades), but don't work well with salomon bindings (maybe i just don't like them...)- tried the poisons (06, 07), antidote(07), and relays (07) - and none of them fit properly (tried small and medium in each).

2 5

OUCH

This boot was not as comfortable as I was hoping. It put pressure on the medial side of my calf and I had not even started riding yet. They are a lot more bulky than the picture shows. There are 2 different draw strings for your lacing system. the inside draw string just dangles there with no space to fit it anywhere. The handle of the main lace system is nice and easy to pull. the best thing about the boot is the fur lining.