Vans Hi-Standard vs Vans V66 Boot
Back in the fall of 1993 / winter 1994 Vans slid into snow sports with a bang by bringing 25 years of experience in the footwear world to snowboarding. From day 1 Vans, has always been an industry leader when it came to making progressive snowboard boots that have been a favorite among pro riders  [...]
ThirtyTwo Jeremy Jones MTB Snowboard Boot Review
Whenever I get to do a gear review like these Jeremy Jones ThirtyTwo Boots I find myself struggling for a clever opening. With boots I default to dumb stuff, clichéd stuff like “These boots are made for walking,” even though I’m almost certain the young folk have never heard of Nancy Sinatra, much less her  [...]
Salomon Malamute Snowboard Boot Review
The Salomon Group has been around a long time. From saw blades to snowboards, the French company has figured out how to be a leading manufacturer of outdoor sports equipment for 70 years. Not until more recently did the organization catch onto producing snowboard gear. Still, within the comparably short time it has been, Salomon  [...]
Burton Rampant Snowboard Boot Review
The Burton Rampant Snowboard Boots, one of the lowest profile boots on the market, are super comfy right out of the box. I never thought I was a soft boot kind of guy, but the Burton Rampant have changed my mind. The boots use a regular lacing system with loops for the laces located on the inside of  [...]
Burton Moto Snowboard Boot Review
The time came for me to grab a new pair of snowboard boots. My browsing led me to the Burton Moto Snowboard Boot, which claims to be the most popular snowboard boot in the world. Popular or not, you’re instantly attracted to the Speed Zone lacing and want to see what else it had to  [...]
K2 Raider Snowboard Boot Review
Say bye bye laces! The K2 Raider Snowboard Boots are comfortable with a decent amount of flex, fun to ride, stable and best of all they come with the BOA system. I tested these boots in Vail over the past couple months and wanted to give some feedback. I also snuck down do Argentina with  [...]
DC Travis Rice Boot Review
Travis Rice was has been voted the best snowboarder in the world many times over Is he the best? Yeah, I would say so. His sponsors list is a distinguished list of great brands; and one of the better sponsors T-Rice holds down is DC. Travis charges hard, especially in the legendary terrain here in  [...]
Fitwell Backcountry Boot Review
Fitwell has been making high quality climbing and mountaineering footwear since 1979. If your from the US your probably haven’t heard of them because they are a Italian based company. A few years ago they designed a splitboard specfic, snowboard mountaineering boot. They are now gaining traction to the US market but are still hard  [...]
K2 T1 Snowboard Boot Review
This is one pair that I absolutely could not wait to sink my feet into as the K2 T1 boot has developed a reputation for being a trustworthy, performance-packed boot that does nothing but favors for aggressive riders. They don’t call it The Godfather for nothing. Well, actually it’s technically the K2 T1 Boot, but  [...]
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