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Description

Click it and rip it.

Absurdly easy to tighten, ultra-light, and seriously stiff, the Flow Men's Talon Boa Snowboard Boot is a top choice for hard-charging freeriders and dedicated backcountry enthusiasts, due to its highly responsive feel and waterproof design. Sporting a waterproof internal membrane, the Talon Boa keeps spring slush and soaking showers at bay for dry, comfortable feet, no matter the conditions outside. No more fumbling with laces on top of sketchy lines and steep terrain. The boot's Boa H3 Closure System dials-in an ideal fit over the upper and lower zones independently. Simply twist each knob to your desired tightness and you're ready to ride.

Inside this hard-charging boot, you'll find a heat-moldable 5 Feather liner with internal J-Bars for added heel hold. As Flow's premier freeride liner, the 5 Feather liner uses EVA reinforced panels for stiffer support and a Ripper Lacing system for a secure, comfortable fit. Plus, the liner is treated with an antimicrobial coating to resist funky-smelling microbes over the course of the season.

Conforming to the shape of your feet as you ride, the boot's self-molding footbed keeps your dogs comfy from first chair 'till last call. This footbed also features impact-absorbing OC Kush Dampening in the heel to help you stick heavy landings without bruising your feet. Additionally, you'll find a B.F.T. (Barefoot Technology) Vibram Sole for next-level board feel and sure-footed grip over treacherous boot packs and slippery parking lots.

  • Boa H3 Focus (dual-zone lacing)
  • 3D Molded Toe, Tongue
  • Waterproof membrane construction
  • 5 Feather Liner with internal J-Bars
  • Internal Ripper Lacing (liner)
  • Antimicrobial treatment (liner)
  • Self-molding footbed with OC Kush Dampening in heel
  • B.F.T. (Barefoot Technology) Vibram Sole

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4 5

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  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Buying boots online is tough when you cannot try them on. I bought these boots sight unseen in size 11. My sneaker and street boot size ranges anywhere from 11.5 to 12 (skinny heel with a wide fore foot). When I first tried the boots on, they seemed a little tight. However, I got them heat molded and they fit like a glove (or a snowboard boot), so go a half size down on your foot size.haven't had a chance to test them on the hill yet, but going from the K2 Maysis, these boots feel stiffer out of the box. Having dual boas to tighten both lower and upper zone is pretty boss. So far good and here is hoping that they will be good on the mountain.

2 5

Flow Talon Review (Flow censored review)

First of all I reached out to FLOW first to give them a heads up so they have a chance to respond and do the right thing to improve but they just decided to censor this review and denied to post on their web site....that was a very surprising disappointment since I thought FLOW was a better (than others) company to stand behind their products and customers.

--- This is the review FLOW decided not to post on their web site. ---

Pros: (started out with 5 stars when I first took them out of box)
1. love the design (but can use a bit more color like last year's touch of red AND pull tabs on tongue & liner would be great)
2. love the firm support
3. love the comfort
4. love the integrated technology (i.e. double boa, vibram, etc.)
5. love the fit in Flow NX2-GT binding
6. love the compactness and light (compared to other bulky boots)

Cons: (on 2nd day with much closer look... thus 1 star)
1. loose & missing stitch on shell & liner
2. depressed & soft spots on toe box
3. side boa dial is not leveled to the surface of boot
4. boa cable on top of tongue is not straight/leveled to prevent tightening shaft evenly
5. missing boa lace protective sleeve on toe box
6. reached out to Flow but no response
7. tried to post this review on FLOW web site but they censored/rejected

Bottom line:
I'm crushed because I loved these boots in photo, loved'em in person, & loved them on my feet BUT there is obviously a major manufacturing and QA issue at the Flow's factory in China.

* I checked out 3 other pairs but they all have some or all of above issues. *

With that said, are these worth the top dollar of 4 Benjamin? You be the judge.
But if you can get them for 60% or more off with some luck then go for it.

But to be fair to Flow, I'm very thorough. Some people may not even notice any of these issues.
Just my 2 cents...

Flow Talon Review (Flow censored review)
5 5

Awesome !

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These are great super stiff boots, much more comfy than Burton's Driver X ! Look no further if you need a grade 10 stiff boot, good job on this Flow !

5 5

Fantastic Free-Riding Boot

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've been using Flow boots and bindings for a while now, and I must say Flow has outdone themselves for their flagship model. If you're looking for a stiff all-mountain, free-riding, or backcountry snowboarding boot, this is the one for you.