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Deeluxe XVe BOA Splitboard Boot - Men's

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    • Black/Orange/ Tfp Liner
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    Designed with French big-mountain legend Xavier De Le Rue, the Deeluxe Men's XVe Speedlace Snowboard Boot was crafted with the longest days and most demanding missions in mind. Armed with just about every feature imaginable to tackle terrifying chutes, couloirs, and spines, this expedition boot handles big-mountain business with unrivaled performance and protection.

    Boa and C3 lacing allow the heel, forefoot, and shaft zones to be isolated and tightened separately. Custom Flex construction enables you to adjust the support and responsiveness depending on the terrain, and the micro-adjustment Boa allows you to dial in the perfect fit and flex. Precise stitching and sandwich construction, paired with a Sympatex membrane, ensures you're protected from the harsh elements all day long, keeping your feet warm, dry, and happy. Plus, rounding out this boot, you'll notice a rugged mountaineering-inspired outsole. This Vibram East Ridge sole gives you the mountain goat-like grip needed to ascend steeper faces and climb precipitous ridgelines. Deeluxe also added a plastic backwelt with a grooved heel for rocking semi-automatic crampons in treacherous terrain.

    • Built for taking down the biggest and baddest lines
    • Mid-stiff flex for response and support in technical terrain
    • Boa lacing offers independent and custom 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 #DEE000Q

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    waterproof construction
    Closure
    Boa Closure System
    Liner
    Backcountry Flex Liner
    Thermo-moldable Liner
    yes
    Flex
    medium-stiff (7 of 10 on Deeluxe's scale)
    Sole
    Vibram East Ridge with heel welt (for crampon use)
    Recommended Use
    backcountry snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    A hiking boot

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I got these to replace a 9 year old pair of $150 Ride's that are on their way out, so let me start by saying the bar for comparison was really low.

    1) This boot is great for hiking. Soles are grippy and there is very little flex so you can easily stand on your toes when going up something steep. The stock boot position also allows for improved strides while skinning and the XLS strap just makes it that much better. Great hiking features like burly toe cover, semi-auto crampon lip separate from sole, and lace cover to keep out snow.

    2) The good hiking/skinning comes at a massive ride quality compromise (and isn't that what we're doing after all?). The upright/no forward lean position feels very unnatural and basically forces you to ride straight up which sucks in just about any conditions. When you do try to bend your knees and get low to absorb some terrain the liner digs into your shins and hurts. I'd imagine there's many bindings this boot wouldn't even work with as they almost all have some forward lean which this boot does not allow.

    I was super excited for this boot and willing to pay the premium for it but I ride too much for them. If you're a splitboarder or split-mo dude who mainly cares about hours going uphill and just getting down any way possible, you might like these. But if you are like me and looking to enjoy the ride more than anything, these are kind of a buzzkill and ride very unnaturally.

    Before buying these, try riding with your splitboard high backs in touring position and that will give you an idea of what it feels like to snowboard with these.

    Comfortable but not ideal lean setup

      Boots were very comfortable out the box. However this boots stance is set to be like a hiking boot with no forward lean. I found this to make skinning uphill (especially) the steeps a lot more difficult and I had to put the risers up before I normally would. Also fit a bit funky into my slightly aggressive binding stance since the boot is straight up. Boa's are a simple system, but hard to turn with the plastic protector piece and take a while to tighten. Very comfortable and lightweight boot though