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Built for big mountain destruction.

Light a freeride fire under your feet with the Deeluxe Men's Spark XV Snowboard Boot. Its resemblance to a mountaineering boot is no coincidence—this is Xavier de la Rue's pro model that he uses not only to ride down the scariest lines imaginable, but also to help him with the just-as-terrifying task of hiking up to the top of those lines.

C3 lacing allows you to independently adjust the tightness of the heel, forefoot, and shaft areas of the boot so you can customize the fit to suit your riding. You can also customize the flex of the boot with removable TPS Shield tongue inserts, which allow you to run the hard insert for the stiffest flex, the medium one for a slightly more forgiving feel, or go without for the softest flex. The DuPont Surlyn backstay stiffens the boot for reliable support and response that will last over time. A D-Tex waterproof membrane prevents moisture from seeping into your boots throughout the day, even when you're stomping through slush.

The Thermo Flex Premium liner is heat-moldable to allow you to get the perfect fit for your foot, and the E-Lacing system helps keep your heel locked down for reduced foot fatigue and improved response. An EVA midsole absorbs shock from harsh landings and reduces vibrations for a smoother ride. The rugged crampon-compatible Vibram outsole has aggressive lugs to provide traction on icy surfaces, and it's extremely durable to resist damage from hiking across jagged ridges and rocky approaches.

  • C3 lacing
  • DuPont Surlyn backstay
  • Burly mesh upper with D-Tex membrane
  • TPS shield tongue stiffener
  • Thermo Flex Premium liner
  • EVA midsole
  • Vibram outsole
  • Power strap

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3 5

Wrong liner and wierd sizing

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

Heads up the liner in this boot is not what is advertised it's actually the Thermo Flex. Also I'd size up these boots a half to a whole size. Lacing system was a little clunky as well. Still on the hunt for the best BC/splitboarding boot....

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Buy an Intuition power wrap liner and put in any boot you have. It will make a soft boot a stiff boot. Make sure to take them to a boot fitting shop and get them fitted, best boot you'll have, the liner will last years! Just replace the boots when they wear out and get it fitted for the new boot.

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Get a pair of fitwells backcountry boots. I don't know why backcountry doesn't carry them yet

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Here you go. http://fitwellboots.com/product/backcountry/ They finally have a US based distributorship now. They cost a pretty penny, but widely considered the best of the best when it comes to softboot options for splitboarding. If these don't work for you, you may want to look in to hardboots, TLT5/6 among others.

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I got the Summit. Base on mondo size and allow plenty more than several uses to break in. It's going to be stiff and feel weird till it molds to your foot .(even after heat molding)