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Salomon's highest performance slim-fit Snowboard Boot, the Women's F3.0, is a mid-stiff all -mountain ripper that was not designed for the faint-of-heart. The F3.0's low profile delivers excellent board feel and reduces toe- and heel-drag so you don't have any nasty surprises right before you boost off a kicker, and Salomon's unique Zone Lock lacing allows you to customize your fit exactly to your specifications.

  • Zone Lock Lacing lets you customize fit by tightening laces in two separate zones, so you can have the lower foot tight and the ankle loose, or vicey-versey
  • Fusion Liner is extremely low profile for excellent board feel and instant response
  • Self Gel Liner changes shape as your foot does over the course of the day for a perfect fit all the time
  • Conform'able pre-shaped footbed offers foot stabilization and patented arch flex support
  • Aero outsole is a super-lightweight outsole that absorbs shock; its super-low profile provides excellent board feel
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Sick boots!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Didn't think new boots would make such a difference in my riding...the low profile fit is great and the board feel exceptional. I found them true to size - this is my third pair of Salomon boots - ALL were size 9. Stiff and responsive. I don't mind that the liner is not removable. The lace up system is great as well. Thrilled with these boots! (Use them in combo with Salomon's Mirage Binding) Thanks again Salomon!

Runs kinda small

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

Ordered these in a size 8 (have other Salomon boots in this size) and they were too small. Upside is a tiny footprint but they didn't end up fitting me (they run smaller than other Salomon lines) and the liner wasn't removable, a deal breaker for me.

A very good boot but.....

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have used around 50/60 day on the backcountry, in the southern hemisphere, Chile.

Is a relly good boot, stiff enough for every day of splitboarding... But the biggest problem is that you can�t take the liner out, so if you go out to stay on the backcountry, the boots dont dry... that is a very big problem when you are going several day!!