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Description

Shred into the sunset.

Corraling together some of the best features in Ride's boot line, the Ride Lasso Boa Men's Snowboard Boot dials-in a supportive fit with easy-lacing convenience, thanks to its Boa Coiler and Tongue Tied Boa systems. This mid-flexing boot conquers anything in its path without being overly stiff bricks, making 'em ideal for shredding the entire mountain. The boot's articulating cuff prevents shell distortion, while a 3D-formed tongue provides a great fit without pressure points.

Evenly distributing pressure when you're cranking 'em down tight, the boot's Boa Coiler uses The Closure Lace Guide to prevent pressure points and hotspots. Locking down your heel to prevent lift, the Tongue Tied Boa closure dials-in a secure, supportive fit over the heel. This two-in-one Boa combination allows you to customize the boot's fit. Keep one tight and one loose for a bit more freestyle freedom or crank down both when you're charging steeper terrain and fresh powder.

Inside this all-terrain boot, you'll find an Intuition Support Foam liner that's heat moldable for a foot-conforming fit. Internal and external J-Bars keep your heel from lifting when you're charging at high speeds. Plus, you'll find the liner's Aegis anti-microbial coating prevents nasty microbes from building up, keeping your boots fresh. Add in an impact-absorbing Impacto footbed and a grippy Blown Light Apex sole for a boot that's sure to keep you stoked and comfortable all season long.

  • Boa Coiler with The Closer Lace Guide
  • Tongue Tied Boa closure
  • Articulating cuff, 3D-formed tongue
  • Intuition Support Foam liner with J-bars
  • Aegis anti-microbial coating
  • Lock Down Turbo liner lacing
  • Impacto footbed
  • Blown Light Apex sole with Gel Pod

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5 5

Best Boots

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Out of the box they were great. Finally no toe cramping. I wear a 13.5-14 in most boots the 13 fit well. Then I replace the liner arches with Super Feet liners and the felt like they were custom made for my feet. The way the secondary BOA seats your heel in is great.

5 5

The Perfect boot?

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

There is a reason that these boots won a bunch of awards for the best out of box fit. room in the toes to wiggle and a nice narrow heel. I was a die hard Lace hold out strongly opposed to boa until i tried on this boot. finally someone figured out how to get heel hold and a great all over fit with the boa lacing.
don't think about it just buy them and thank yourself over and over again every day you're riding

1 5

Not Impressed

Worn one day and boa guide is detaching from boot. Would not have worn them a second day anyway. The plastice inner boa guide ground into my ankle bone all day. Downright painful to wear.

2 5

Good boot, but....

The boots are good. Pretty comfortable out of the box. It took a few runs to get the BOA system locked in just right, but once they were everything was great. The only issue I have, and it’s a major one, is the construction. The boots have rub holes, yes holes, in the heels of both boots. This is the first time I have ever seen this. This is my second season with my Burton Cartels and my old boots never had this issue. So after only 1.5 days on the slopes, I have to assume the 1 cm holes are a construction issue. I sent a request in to Ride customer service to ask about this issue, but after five days I have still not received a response. I am not sure what to do, but I don't have a backup pair of boots, so... I will continue to update this review as new information is available.
UPDATE:
So let me begin by saying Backcountry.com has some of the best customer service I have experienced in a very long time!! Seriously superb!! They have assisted me in resolving this issue and I couldn't be happier. Ride customer service on the other hand was horrible. They actually hung up on me. It was a terrible interaction. I wasn't being belligerent, yelling, or aggressive, but I guess the Ride customer service rep on the phone was having a bad day. I sent a complaint in by email...never got a response. Bottom line...Ride customer service was terrible. I will never buy any of their products again in the future. Buyer beware!!! They don't care!!!

Good boot, but....
Responded on

That shit is crazy. It is for reasons like that I wish backcountry/dogfunk still had the unlimited return policy. I understand why they got rid of it. I have found this website to be very good in business practices and it would not surprise me if you have issues resolving this under the warranty with ride that they would work some sort of deal out with you. That sucks dude. I was heavily leaning towards these because of their small footprint. I am a size 10.5/11 depending on the boot maker and really do not want to ride a wide board. I have been snowboarding in the tahoe mtns for over 20 years now. Everything I knew about a wide board was from one I tried in 2000. Clunky as shit. I always sacrificed a little toe drag on deep toe side turns for a shit load more response and snap from a narrow waist. Some of these newer boots allow for a medium binding and a narrow waist board with no toe drag. I might have to cross these out now ;). Anybody out there have any suggestions for the boots with the smallest footprint comparable to these in the 2-500 $ range?

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Not sure if you picked a new boot yet, but I decided to try out the Flow Hylite to replace these boots. The footprint is supposed to be reduced. You might want to check them out. I just ordered them, so I don't know for sure.

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while it's a bummer this happened to you it's not a legitimate warranty... rad for you that backcountry.com took care of you but if your bindings aren't fitting well with the boot/ you don't strap in tight enough and there is rubbing happening that is natural wear and tear. just saying you're lucky i guess...

5 5

most comfortable, straight out the box!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

this is the most comfortable boot I've worn in a long time. straight out of the box comfort, and with the heat moldable liner this boot has only become more comfortable with a really snug fit. The boa lacing system works extremely well and having the one on the side that pulls the tongue around my ankle makes a huge difference! I've got zero complaints about these lightweight, durable, comfortable boots, and I've already been riding them a full season! stoked to throw them back on and get back out there this year