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K2 Snowboards Contour Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's

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    Premium performance with a healthy dose of style.

    Do you think snowboarding style icons like Leanne Pelosi or Gretchen Bleiler would wear just any old boot? With a Double Boa lacing system, an Intuition liner, and Harshmellow cushioning, the K2 Women's Contour Boa Snowboard Boot is chic enough to walk down the runway and rugged enough to take into the Alaskan backcountry.

    The Double Boa lacing allows you to tighten and loosen your boot with the turn of two dials, helping you get on and off the hill more quickly and allowing you to individually adjust different zones of the boot for the perfect fit. The Boa Conda system to tightens around the liner to securely lock your foot in place to prevent heel lift and foot fatigue. An Intuition Pro Foam 3D liner molds to the shape of your foot for a comfy, custom fit, which improves response and board feel by making the boot feel like an extension of your foot.

    The Grip Lite outsole is made with Phylon to shave weight and improve rebound, and features rubber pods in strategic areas for added grip and durability. High-rebound Harshmellow cushioning in the heel and forefoot and a molded EVA footbed dampen vibrations for a smoother ride and absorbs shock to make landings softer and more controlled.

    • Dual Boa lacing
    • Boa Conda liner lacing
    • Intuition Control Foam 3D liner
    • Internal J-bars
    • 3D formed EVA footbed
    • Harshmellow cushioning
    • Grip Lite Phylon outsole with rubber pods
    • Item #K2S006J

    Tech Specs

    Double Boa
    Intuition Control Foam 3D
    Thermo-moldable Liner
    Liner Closure
    Boa Conda
    Grip Lite with Phylon
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain, freeride
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    My all time Favorite.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have just purchased my 4 pair of these boots. They have been my all time favorite boot. I keep getting the same pair of them season after season...

    I would say these are a TRUE TO SIZE boot BUT it also depends on what kind of snowboarder you are. I am an aggressive rider so I step down a half size and toe cap my boots to get the best fit possible. (Toe capping is a process where you heat the boots up and put an extra foam piece of material over the toes and then put the boots on... packing them out) It also involves standing on a wooden rod and pushing your toes forward. painful but worth the 15 minutes.

    Know these say they are a medium flex but I find them to be pretty stiff.

    The have a really nice forward lean, that is going to give you a great response when going for an edge. ( Less work, hehe)

    The double boa is the bees knees. I don't have to worry about heel lift or my foot shifting around at all.

    One bonus with the boa, is you can crank them down super tight at the top of a run and when you get to the bottom, you simple pop them and enjoy the rush of blood back to your feet. This is my favorite thing on a powder day.

    If you want a great fitting boot that's going to last this is the one!

    If you have any questions, please feel free to email me:


    ***I will say that they also must have widened the boot shell a tiny bit. I feel they are a bit more fat than past models.***

    My all time Favorite.

    Hey Oksana! I go to a local shop and get mine molded. I would call some of your shops and see if any of them have a boot heater for molding. If they say yes, my next questions to them would be, " Do you have the toe caps as well?" :)

    They are look like a mini mitten that goes on your toes. But they Heat them up and you put them on with a thick snowboard sock the cap and then usually a nylon sock over top of that. Then you stand on a pole( like above) for about 15 minutes. :)
    If you have anymore questions feel free to email me!