Developed, tested, and tweaked with conquering in mind.
Both team riders and consumers asked for some major and minor tweaks to K2's T1 Snowboard Boot. And tweaks happened. The all-new T1 Snowboard Boot from K2 now combines the reliability of traditional lacing on the shell and the speed and convenience of Boa Conda on the liner. The T1's stiffer flex enables all-mountain domination with a snug, supportive feeling throughout that has been designed to greatly reduce boot breakdown.
- The T1 uses traditional lacing on the shell with Boa Conda liner lacing that is easily adjusted from the boot's exterior
- ENDO construction rethinks standard boot construction with an even, pressure-free flex from a urethane endoskeleton
- Vibram sole with Super Light construction offers maximum traction with less bulk—30% less, to be exact
- Harshmellow Pods built into the outsole and the footbed reduce vibrations and shock from big impacts so your foot doesn't have to suffer
- Intuition Pro-Foam 3D liner features high-density Ultralon foam that molds to your foot for the ultimate fit
- Heel loop on shell makes the T1 easy to get on and off; padding on reverse side saves your fingers
- Heat-moldable, ergonomic, and easily removable internal J Bars surround your ankle to fill in the gaps that cause heel lift
- The 3D dual-density EVA insole with Harshmellow cushioning supports and cushions
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Just picked up these boots as a replacement for my old Ride RFL's that are starting to get torn up. I happen to have a slightly wide forefront and have found that the outside of my foot (starting at the little toe all the way to the heel) gets numb after wearing the boots around the house for about an hour or so. My question is will the lining of the boot break down enough during break in to the point where I won't have this issue?
This is the 3rd pair of T1's I have had. This boot is very rigid providing great responce on the board. If you like a softer boot,this is not the boot for you. The inner boa lace works great and I have never had problems with it. The boot although stiff is very comfortable and really warm.I can honestly say I have never had cold feet in this boot and I have been in some really cold conditions.
Great design , style, function, comfort and just sick. K2 is the only boot ill wear. I do put my own footbeds in (I have a really high in step or arch). The inner BOA is what makes this boot what it is. Having the inner BOA and outter lacing allows the rider to fully adjust the boot on their feet. I personally love that I can loosen and tighten my boot simply by releasing the BOA. if your looking for a great custom fit this is the boot for your shredding.
Well after 1 season on these and I have come to realize that they do not fit my requirements anymore. They more or less have fallen apart. I am an avid backcountry rider and i expect my gear to hold up to the rigors of playing in the deeps. I found that on long days the boots were saturated - dripping water off my socks. This was the case after skinning, sledding, and boot packing. If you are looking for a premium boot that is going to hold up to the back country dont buy these.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
These boots feel so good I become quite overconfident in my snowboarding abilities and broke my clavicle into three pieces! Now that I have a steel plate and screws holding my bone together I can ride harder than ever... in 6-8 weeks.
The fit is awesome! I consistently wear a size 10.5 (U.S.)street shoe. I purchased these boots in a size 10 (U.S.) and they are perfect!
This boot is everything it says it is, high quality materials, warm and comfortable considering how stiff it is. The boot holds my foot in place completely, I had no heel lift so far and it really supports my ankle in sketchy situations. I like the color scheme and all the features of the boot. If you want to carve or really tear it up, these boots are for you. They also seem really durable so they'll last a long time.
I have now ridden the T1's pretty hard for about a season and they are holding up really well. I made some adjustments to them but any problems I had were fixed with heat-molding. I like these because you can tighten up the ankle and the laces allow for some flexibility and super fun jibbin.
Can someone please tell me how these boots size up against 32, Burton, and DC's respectively for fit? I was a 9.5 in each case.
Or if not, then I'd just like to know if there are any size differences between these four companies that anyone is aware of from PERSONAL experience.
Thanks to any responders.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I rode my T1's all season and they still have the same flex as they did day one.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
K2 has out done themselves with the Endo series!
By using urethane to create an internal "Endo" skeleton, they are able to eliminate the process of stacking materials for stiffness. The Endo system allows K2 to control the boots stiffness with the hardness of the urethane, this means there is no breakdown of materials and 1 will feel like day 50 or 100.
This grouped with their other exclusive technologies like Patented, internal BOA Conda, Harshmellow dampening system, and Vibram sole this boat is unbeatable.
This is a boot built for the aggressive high-level rider that is looking for a stiff, responsive, durable, and light boot.
Check K2's YouTube for even more info:
Hi, Just wondering if the sizes are in US or UK when you select from the drop down menu? Cheers.
It's US but you can use the size chart to make a conversion to UK.
hi interested in these boots can they be shipped to australia
Sorry, but Backcountry can't ship K2 products out of the USA.