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The Rome Libertine Boot provides the shock absorption to stomp every flat landing in the terrain park and the freedom to crush the rest of the mountain the very next run. A true medium-flex boot, the Libertine slays everything from the pipe to the backcountry with equally reckless abandon.

A traditional lacing system that's simple to use, lightweight, and easy to repair if something breaks keeps things locked down. Ultralon foam in the Pro F.I.T. liner improves moldability for a fit that conforms to the shape of your foot, improving performance and comfort. The three-part TrackedOut sole incorporates loads of EVA foam that not only absorbs shock but keeps the boot's weight down. Anti-shock gel pads under the heels bear the brunt of hard, flat landings so your feet don't have to.

An expanded, elastic toe zone conforms suits a greater variety of foot shapes than a conventional liner. At the cuff, Rome incorporated a 270-degree soft skate cuff with memory foam to fit your foot perfectly. Finally, the tongue uses the NKS Shield, an integrated EVA pad that provides a smooth, long-lasting curve at the ankle and cushioning that won't pack out.

  • Traditional lacing
  • Pro FoamBed with Aegis microbe shield
  • Pro F.I.T. liner
  • TrackedOut sole
  • Skate Cuff memory
  • Expanded toe zone
  • 3D-molded EVA tongue
  • TPU molded backstay

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5 5

great boot

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I had this boot a few years back and figured I would go back to it after having other boots fail on me. I'm glad I did. As others have mentioned, I am a fan of the classic lace system which keeps its simple and is easy to replace laces. I wear a 10 shoe and 9.5 in this boot. Was small at first but after wearing them around the house and a day of riding they are fitting perfectly. Great all arounder to shred park laps in or go touring.

5 5

Comfort and Support

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

After being frustrated with tech laces and cables etc. I wanted to go back to an all mountain lace boot. I tried on a bunch of boots and found the Libertine fit my needs perfectly. I have a size 12 foot and worked my way into a size 11 Libertine. It was tight at first, but at the end of the 2nd day riding I was living in comfort. I have about 20 days on them now and they are the most comfortable boots I've ever owned and they are holding up great.

5 5

The obvious choice is a sea of gadgets

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

In a sea of fancy closures and lack of fixes for when the break like my boa's did while I was in Silverton last year (duct tape was the only fix possible), i wanted a well made high end traditional boot. With an unlimited budget, I shopped around. After trying on everything, I was stoked to find the Libertine, I ride Rome boards, but had never considered their boots. Just like all of their products, they save on the marketing and go long on their products. The Libertine is no exception. It is HANDS DOWN. the best fitting, most comfortable, well built boot I have ever worn in my 25+ years of shred. The Guide boot has some nice options that I would love to see make it to the libertine next season (Vibram, and Heel protector) but again, if you want a no BS well built boot without silly ratchets and pullys, the Libertine is your new favorite boot.

Thanks for this supp! I thought I was the only one who is perfectly fine tying my own boots and liners dependably when it counts. Like when you travel alllll the way out to a destination and end up with broken ratchet and pully gimiks...