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Out-of-this-world comfort and response.

It'll be love at first step when you slip your foot the Nike Men's LunarENDOR Snowboard Boot and swoon over its responsive, yet supremely-comfy feel. It also has a customizable flex which means it can handle everything from the steep powder runs to steep handrails.

Inserts with two different levels of flexibility allow you to fine-tune the flex to exactly how you want it. Put in the stiff inserts when you're going huge in the park or charging steeps, go for the medium ones when you're planning on doing a little bit of everything, or rock it without inserts for a soft flex when you feel like jibbing. Inspired by Nike's Free sole on its top-of-the-line running shoes, the sole is very stiff from toe-to-heel for lightning-quick response, yet flexible from side-to-side for superior board feel. Neoprene flex zones allow you to tweak grabs and lay into turns without sacrificing support. The liner is heat-moldable for a custom fit, and internal liner lacing keeps your heel locked in to reduce fatigue.

Space blanket technology under the footbed reflects heat back to your foot to help it stay warmer for longer. A Zoom Air heel cushion absorbs harsh impacts to protect your feet from big drops and overshot landings. Traditional lacing with Lace Lock allows you to independently adjust the tightness of the upper and lower zones of the boot so you can dial it in just how you like it.

  • Customizable flex
  • Traditional lacing with Flywire
  • Heat-moldable liner
  • Lunarlon midsole
  • Nike Free-inspired sole
  • External TPU backstay
  • Heat blanket strobel under footbed

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1 5

Bad pressure points

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

My boots (size 10.5) had a nasty pressure point on the outer ankle on the left boot, but the same spot on the right boot was fine. Tried to heat-mold it out but it didn't fix it. Wouldn't recommend but it might have just been a defective pair.

5 5

best boot ever

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

i've forever ridden burton boots, and ended every day with raw spots on my calves and shins, uncomfortable, cold feet, and the dread of having to lace up the next day. so nike boots - the lunar and kaiju are the only ones i can speak to - were a godsend. the kaiju packed out after about 60 days on snow, and i upgraded to these ultra-supportive, soft, perfect-fitting lunarendors this season. they literally feel like a big sneaker you can move in, and are stiffer than the kaiju. no pressure points. no pain. your foot slips in and you know you're not going to buy another brand of boots. unless nike bails on SB, which it seems is the case. i'd buy ten pairs and keep them in storage.

5 5

Top Shelf Gear

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

From charging steeps to jibbing park runs, these boots can do it all. With the Lunarlon midsole and Nike Free sole, you'll have all the cushioning and support you could ever dream of. My personal favorite feature is the way they designed their liner lacing. It's separate from the liner, and the liners built in heel support combines to create an ultra grip on your ankle/heel that means zero heel lift even under the most gnarly circumstances. The changeable flex plates open up a world of opportunity and are necessary for a boot to be TRULY all mountain. This boot slays and if you're ready to take your riding to the next level then take the leap and buy the Nike LunarENDORS. You won't be disappointed.

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What size did you get, and what size do you normally wear in Nike regular sneakers?

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I usually wear an 11.5 or 12, and I got the 12's. They are pretty snug to begin with but it's the perfect length foot wise. With heat molding they'll fit perfectly. I would recommend ordering your usual size and heat molding or waiting for them to break in, that'll give you the best fit.