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Deeluxe Spark XV Speedlace Splitboard Boot - Men's

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    5 Reviews


    Push the envelope.

    Whether he's ripping big-mountain faces along the Antarctic peninsula, testing boundaries in Greenland's incredible fjords, or straightlining steeps in the Swiss Alps, Xavier de Le Rue is no stranger to pushing the limits of big-mountain riding. As his go-to boot for ascending and ripping drool-worthy lines, the Deeluxe Men's Spark Speedlace Splitboard Boot offers uncompromising support and customizable stiffness with rugged durability and goat-like grip for scrambling up craggy, iced-over terrain. Its D-Tex waterproof, breathable membrane won't succumb to outside moisture and soaking-wet snow, ensuring your feet stay dry and comfortable through demanding backcountry tours and serious freeride sessions.

    Customizing the boot's support and response, the C3 lacing system independently tightens along the upper and lower zones with the quick-and-simple pull of each lacing handle. Adding even more support along the upper shin, the boot's Powerstrap delivers extra stiffness when you're charging at high speeds. Plus, Deeluxe offers extra TPU Shield inserts (sold separately) for even more stiffness and support, should you desire the utmost in energy transfer and response on those big-mountain lines.

    Inside the boot, the Spark XV PF is heat moldable for a precise fit that conforms to the shape of your foot over time. This not only alleviates nasty pressure points, but it also enhances the overall fit and function of the boot when you're wearing them all day long. The liner features an internal harness that locks down your heel to prevent turn-sapping heel lift on those high-speed descents. Extra Long Stride technology lets you loosen a powerstrap in the rear of the boot to extend your stride by 20-30cm when you're skinning, ultimately resulting in superior efficiency and comfort.

    Redesigned with a smaller footprint, the Vibram East Ridge sole delivers tenacious traction over rough terrain and icy snow. Its also equipped with a heel welt for use with crampons when you're climbing icy couloirs and glaciers. Additionally, the EVA midsole offers extra cushioning for stomping heavy landings and busting through choppy snow.

    • Rugged boot for backcountry and serious freeride
    • Super-stiff flex for uncompromising support
    • C3 lacing for independent tension control
    • Heat-moldable liner conforms to your foot
    • XLS allows longer strides when skinning
    • Waterproof construction keeps your feet dry
    • Rubber rand protects boot from rugged terrain
    • Vibram outsole is extremely grippy and accepts crampons
    • Item #DEE000N

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    waterproof construction
    C3 lacing (dual-zone speed lacing), power strap
    stiff (9 of 10 on Deeluxe's scale)
    Vibram East Ridge with heel welt (for crampon use)
    Recommended Use
    backcountry touring, freeride
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Don't buy these

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Dont Buy These

    The buckles are constantly breaking and I'm having to re-tighten them at least twice per trip. Until Deeluxe goes with a completely different lacing system, count me out. Also, Deeluxe's customer service is TERRIBLE. Look elsewhere on Backcountry for boots!


    Deeluxe finally came through and is sending me a brand pair of boots. Their customer service is slow and persistence is key.

    Bang for the buck!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Was in the market for a new pair of boots.

    I spend a majority of my time on mountain. But in the woods and back bowls.

    I couldn't justify spending 500+ for some thirtytwos or burton boots.

    These boots are incredibly comfortable!

    Lacing system. Ehh could lock in better. But no issues with loosening. Just a little trickier to put on.

    The flat vibram sole is wonderful for splitboarding and or walking to the car.

    Put a solid 25 days on them so far this year.

    IN LOVE.

    Lacing (last year) not reliable

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I am writing this review because seemingly the last years reviews are not visible any more.

    I had this boot from last year, I have ridden it on total about 17-20 days. As Billy was mentioning the lacing system is not reliable.

    First of all, it does not give you that independent tightening of upper and lower zones. Secondly, I have to tighten it at least twice a day, exactly as Bill wrote in his review. Finally, and most importantly, after just +/- 17 riding days, two of the four lacing stopper got broken.

    To the positive sides - the really grippy sole, comfort liner, warm.

    I will definitely return the item.

    Favorite BC Boot

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have 6 pairs of boots but this in now my do everything boot. Much better liner than the 32 JJ XLTs in my opinion. Now I use this not just for my split but also for in bounds.

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Got these boots a few months ago and have ridden them a decent amount. Not a fan, although they are burly and have vibram soles I am disappointed in my purchase. The lacing doesn't hold at all, I am consistently battling with re tightening my boots. Which is something I never want to worry about while in the backcountry. I love Thirty Two Boots and these dont even compare. The liner packed out way more than expected so now they even feel too big.
    Look at the Jeremy Jones XLTs if all you want is the Vibram

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