Corralling Ride's best features into a hard-charging boot, the Ride Lasso Boa Men's Snowboard Boot lives for sending cliffs into deep powder, slashing turns in tree runs, and sending the park's biggest jumps. New for this season, the Michelin Summit sole provides extra durability and aggressive traction when you're hiking to fresh lines and climbing snowy peaks. The boot's medium-stiff flex provides all the control and precision desired for conquering natural terrain and bigger freestyle features in the park.
The Boa Coiler controls the shell's tightness, providing an ideal blend of support and response with the quick turn of a dial. Cinching down over your ankle, the Boa Tongue Tied prevents heel lift during high-speed carves. Both dials release quickly for easy removal when you get back to the lodge after riding all day. Preventing pressure points, The Closure Lace Guide evenly distributes pressure from the wire lacing to alleviate painful hot spots. This lacing guide is unique to Ride Boots with Boa systems, maximizing comfort where other Boa boots fall short.
- Responsive boot for all-terrain domination
- Medium-stiff flex for optimal support and response
- Boa Coiler dial tightens the outer shell
- Boa Tongue Tied dial prevents heel lift
- Intuition Support Foam liner for customized fit
- Antimicrobial treatment prevents odor buildup
- Gel Pod absorbs heavy impact and vibration
- Michelin Summit sole provides aggressive grip
- Item #RDE00AO
- Q & A
Great boot with amazing heel hold
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I've tried just about every boot from traditional lace to multi-boa, ranging from mid $200's to over $500. I had all kinds of heel hold problems due to having a narrow heel and high arch and once I thought I solved the heel hold problem then I had circulation problem (numb toes). Once I tried on the Ride Lasso Boa boot I was sold. They are super comfortable with amazing heel hold and no pressure points. There is one major problem and that's the material that's on the shell behind the heel. After only a couple hours I had an area about the size of a quarter worn on both boots. This was due to my Burton Cartel bindings rubbing the heel area. I was so disappointed as I had finally found some boots that fit nicely and I have to send them back due to poor material? I did some searching and found some super tough tape (FiberFix 10X Tape) and applied a small patch on the backs of each boot and the problem has been solved! No more wearing away at the boot heels and it looks pretty nice on the black boots. Hope this helps others.