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Next level fit in a freestyle package.

Lightweight and low profile are the first things you'll notice about the Salomon Men's F3.0 Snowboard Boot. With a super slim, yet supportive profile, low-profile sole, and slightly softer, more freestyle-friendly flex than its brother the F4.0, this boot offers an amazing fit and feel that will keep your feet comfy from the peak to the streets.

By now you've surely noticed the unique closure system on the F3.0. The WrapLock system features three power panels on the outside of the boot that are fused with the liner so that the entire boot forms around your foot with a single pull of the lace. Speaking of the liner, the Fusion liner has mesh channels and one-way valves that allow vapor to escape from the inside of your boot without letting moisture in so your feet stay dry. It also features Self Gel foam in the ankle area that conforms to the shape of your foot as it swells throughout the day during long sessions.

The Mystic 2 footbed promotes blood circulation to keep your feet warm and prevent fatigue, plus it has an anti-microbial treatment to help fight foot funk. The Flight outsole is lightweight and low-profile for ultimate board feel without sacrificing cushioning.

  • WrapLock closure
  • Medium flex
  • Fusion liner
  • Self Gel liner foam
  • Mystic 2 footbed
  • Flight outsole

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've been pretty loyal to salomon boots over the last 20 years. Three pairs of malamutes, a pair of F2's, and one other that I can't remember the model name. I've tried other boots, but I come back to Salomon. They fit my narrow, high arch foot better than anything else.

These boots are very comfortable straight out of the box. The lacing system takes some getting used to, but it works. They are super light and built well. I expected to get at least 50 days out of them.

That over complicated lacing system everyone talks about? Well it isn't just cumbersome. It's fragile too! Less than 6 days on them, one pull and one crucial little plastic lever has broken. The boot is fine. All the tech is breaking. It's like buying a luxury car and having to take it to the shop all the time.

Unfortunately, I have to advise against buying these boots. Not worth the hassle. I'm back in my old malamutes while I try to figure out how to get these repaired.

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Agreed. I have last years F3.0's, purchased almost exactly a year ago, with maybe 20-25 days riding on them. Today the lace pull on my right boot snapped, right below the handle. As much as I've loved the fit and feel of Salomon boots over the years (probably my 5th pair in 15 years), the lacing systems just don't hold up. Will see how the warranty claim goes, as it is past the return window.

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Quick follow up: I took the boot to a local Salomon dealer and they were able to fix everything for me on the spot. They replaced the lace (that broke twice!) and the little plastic lever. I rode them for another 10 days without issue. Still, I don't trust them enough to wear them into the backcountry. That's reason enough to advise against buying them.