Description

For the rider looking for freestyle performance with a not-so-soft flex.

The Forum Men’s Kicker Snowboard Boot provides more than just lightweight performance for bigger airs; it gives you more support on those high-speed approaches to kickers and on steep landings than softer park boots. Don’t worry, though; Forum’s articulated cuffs and free-flexing soles give you the feel you need to tweak them just enough to slay that jib session.

  • Level 2 footbed adds plastic arch support to the EVA sole for less foot pain
  • F-Gel inserts in the recycled rubber outsole provide cushion under the heel and forefoot
  • Level 2 liner offers generous flex and external ankle supports
  • Aegis antimicrobial additive in the liner for reducing boot funk
  • Gold-level internal lacing locks the foot and liner in the pocket of the boot for a tighter fit
  • Trizone lace system allows for separate adjustment for the foot, ankle, and lower leg

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5 5

Love This Boot!

Greatest boot ever! I love the three lacing zones that make it so easy and fast and comfortable to put on! The liner is very warm and the cushioning is excellent! great purchase!

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Loose in the toe, tight in the ankle, medium on the shin. Also very light!

4 5

Nice boots

Love these boots. Very comfortable and very cool with my Bob Ross board. Only complaint is the trizone lace system is not totally intuitive. It works well once you figure it out, but had to spend a while figuring out which zones were tightened by which strings.

2 5

Not for me.

I put two days on this boot and maybe it's me, but I was in unbearable pain by the end of day 2. They were tight in all the wrong places, and despite the pain, my feet were coming out of the boots every time I tried to make an aggressive turn. These were also the same boots that I tried on the first time I ever went snowboarding, and they also left my feet in pain that time. Too bad I didn't recognize the boot and run away at first sight.

That being said, maybe they will work for you. I have wide feet and high arches, but had no problem fitting into burton 9.5 (shoe size 9.5) rentals.

5 5

love them

snagged these in the start of the season, the comfiest boots iv ever worn!!! fit same size as your shoes, and they take no time at all to get on and tighten!! deffinatley buy it!

5 5

Awesome BOOT-BIG FOOT RIDER

Firstly i have big feet size 14.5 Narrow to normal NOT WIDE like most will in that size. no one out there makes such big shoes/boots in half sizes( just too expensive to make)
i knew that to find my Perfect Boot i would have to put a lot of time and effort. So i did... to help ppl like you make the right choice in the first place.

if you wear 15s get 15s you wont have a lot to choose from, Burton 15's were too big for me.
if you wear 14's don't try 13's NONE will fit you.
I tried the following in 14's

Burton 14's are tight on my toes , no room for wiggle at First, they strech and are ok after. footprint is not too big. couple of them sport the 1sz smaller footprint( believe me they also feel smaller inside lol)

K2- size 14's a bit tight could of been stretched to 14.5 but i didn't want to go thru that pain again, and it felt like they are meant for wide feet.
the footprint is BIG almost like 15 in burton ( watch for toe drag).

DC- bought a pair of dc boots with the pumps. in size 14 and size 15. took the size 15 liner and stuck it into size 14 boot and it fit no problem,( i ended up with a decently normal footprint and my toes had enough room. i thought i made the perfect boot until the pressure points came along, returned both pairs.

Liquid 14's- Garbage don't buy they feel bigger then 15's all around.

Forum kicker sz 14- . At first they slide right in with toe touching the end but in a comfortable way. 1 day of riding and they are Magnificent.

BEST IN CLASS hands down. Super comfortable bed, perfect flex for all mountain, quick lacing system.

size 13 footprint however inside they feel like 14.5.

1 small complaint is if you tighten the liner too much the metal rings that hold the laces in place press thru the liner quite hard and create pressure points, this Could easily be fixed by adding a strip of Dr. Scholl's® Moleskin Plus Padding ( Soft flannel foam with adhesive) relieves painful tender spots.
THE REASON this happens is because the tongue is not wide enough and near the edge it thins out.
( i have skinny legs so its not coz of oversize calf or shin.)
Last thing for big foot riders, if u need a wide board check out ELAN ( invented the snowboard) also made a board called the EL Grande ( the widest board in the world.) ( 28.4cm waist) they also press boards for other companies like burton.

5 5

Comfortable!

From reading the intro of the boot provided, you can see that this boot as the best footbed offered by forum boots, and the second best liner. I will tell you that the first time I put this boot on I was blown away by how comfortable it is. The perfect fit, 1:1 Lasting which means, I wear a size 9.5 shoe and wear a 9.5 Boot. True sizing for optimum comfort. This boot is pure comfort.

Comfortable!
5 5

Comfortable!

From reading the intro of the boot provided, you can see that this boot as the best footbed offered by forum boots, and the second best liner. I will tell you that the first time I put this boot on I was blown away by how comfortable it is. The perfect fit, 1:1 Lasting which means, I wear a size 9.5 shoe and wear a 9.5 Boot. True sizing for optimum comfort. This boot is pure comfort.

Comfortable!