Why We Like The K2 Contour BOA Snowboard Boot
The Contour BOA Snowboard Boot from K2 is a super-stiff mountain maniac that braces our joints with utmost comfort. Thanks to soft EVA padding in and outside of the boot, our feet will avoid fatigue during long seasons of first-to-last chair lapping. Its S'Cafe mesh inner helps fight off odor with almost completely recycled materials, so we stay happy, healthy, and fresh after long days, while the This Grips! outsole lives up to its name over icy parking lots.
- Aggressive performance meets cozy comfort in this snowboard boot
- Stiffer flex armors your ankles with a fast-reacting design
- Intuition Control Foam liner softly plants you into the boot
- Dual BOA Fit System with H4 coiler gets a fine-tuned fit
- Formed EVA footbed keeps your feet feeling plush all day long
- Mixed EVA and rubber This Grips! outsole adds traction anywhere
- S'Cafe mesh liner controls odor in boot and is 95% recycled
- Item #K2SO0MK
- Upper Material
- BOA Fit System featuring Dual Zone dial, H4 Coiler dial, TX3 lace
- Intuition Control Foam 3D
- 3D-formed EVA
- Thermo-moldable Liner
- Liner Closure
- BOA Conda
- This Grips! Premium Rubber
- all-mountain snowboarding
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited 1 year
1 based on 1 ratings
Fits True To SizeScreen reader users: the following list provides a visual scale to illustrate the product fit. Please refer to the heading above for the fit type in text.
What do you think about this product?
ViewSelecting an option will reload the available reviews on the page
November 1, 2023
Do NOT buy, flawed design!
- I've put it through the wringer
- Size Bought:
- 5' 1"
I bought the boots new for the 22/23 season and was ecstatic to find a boot that held my ankle in place - what I wasn't aware of was how they completely cut off circulation to my feet and within an hour of riding I couldn't feel my feet/toes. I've been riding for well over 20 years and have shattered my ankle in the past, riding with boots that did not hold my ankle in place. I was determined to make these work: different socks, professional heat molding and fitting, even wearing looser but nothing worked. The plastic bridge that tightens across your foot cuts off the artery to your toes, it's a MAJOR design flaw and on top of that the outside tears extremely easy. The new RIDE bindings I had bought for the same season, cut the boots like soft cheese. I reached out to K2 via their website and social media and never heard a reply. I do not recommend these boots at all unless you are a zombie and have cold dead feet and don't need your toes to snowboard. My last boots were the first year DC came out with the Judge, think 2005. I had bought when I was living in VT and then moved out to CO for a couple years before moving back to the ice coast. The only reason they are now retired is because the air pump stopped working and the plastic pieces on the boot that held the boa in place is dry rotted and broke off. The new DC boot that replaced the Judge does not fit my ankle the same way unfortunately.
Need Expert Advice?
Our Gearheads Can Help