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K2 Snowboards Aspect Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's

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    Crosses the line between snowboarding and mountaineering.

    With integrated heel welts, a leather upper, insanely grippy Vibram outsole, and a bevy of other features, the K2 Snowboards Men's Aspect Snowboard Boot is designed to keep your feet happy and secure through long days spent in the backcountry. Unlike any other boot out there, the Aspect is designed to breeze through the most technical situations, when you've got your crampons on, axe in hand, and you're about to take on the last pitch for untouched big-mountain glory.

    A rugged, waterproof leather upper and traditional laces make up the exterior of the Aspect for reliable protection and a fit that you dial the old-fashioned way, while the thermo-moldable Intuition Pro Foam 3D liner with a Boa Conda lacing system conforms to the natural shape of your foot and locks you in quickly without having to mess with internal laces. To further overall stiffness, response, and support, the ENDO urethane skeleton construction provides a precise, engineered flex that stays consistent from day one through the life of the boot, while adding a lively, energetic feel that reduces fatigue on demanding days.

    Internal and external J-bars lock down your heel to help prevent heel lift when dialing your turns in no-fall zones is of the utmost importance, and the 3D-formed dual density EVA footbed absorbs harsh impacts from dropping huge cliffs and navigating choppy terrain. Specifically designed for boarders who mountaineer to access their lines, the Vibram Mountaineer rubber outsole has a traditional lug design and is crampon-compatible to safely get you to the top of technical ascents.

    • Super-stiff, freeride boot built to handle technical alpine lines
    • Traditional lacing and Boa liner offer the best of both worlds
    • Thermo-moldable foam liner conforms to the shape of your foot
    • Urethane skeleton delivers a precise flex for tons of support
    • Internal and external J-bars help eliminate heel lift
    • Impact-absorbing footbed reduces fatigue on heavy days
    • Mountaineering-specific rubber outsole is crampon-compatible
    • Item #K2S00AA

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    traditional lace, H3 Boa Conda
    Intuition Pro Foam 3D
    Thermo-moldable Liner
    Liner Closure
    Boa Conda
    stiff (10 out of 10 on K2's scale)
    Vibram Mountaineer
    3D-formed dual-density EVA
    Recommended Use
    freeride, backcountry touring
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Aspect the best

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Tried on countless boots and even as stiff as these are they feel great out of the box. Bomber construction and materials, leather looks/ feels so much better than plastic and fit customization with the Boa/lace/power strap is sweet.

    A splitboarders dream

      I got these boots to start the season and couldn't be more please with them. It's a very stiff boot that is ultra responsive. The BOA ankle lock on these things are amazing. I had the Burton Tourist for two season and could never get my heel/ankle to lock in place fully which would cause blistering. These don't have that same problem with the ankle lock. The crampon communicability with these are also better than the Burton Tourist. While they both have a heel welt for crampons, the heel of the Tourist was to wide to easily put a crampon on it. You could make it work, but it was the equivalent of shoving 2lbs of sausage in a 1lbs casing. The heel on these are narrow enough where I don't have the same problem with my Petzl Irvis Hybrid Crampons.

      Hi Sam. I just bought the Petzl Irvis Hybrid Crampons to use with Spark Deeluxe XVs that I got for super cheap. I really don't like the fit of the Sparks and the crampon really doesn't fit very well on it. My resort boot has been the K2 Thraxis for the last 6 years and I've really been happy with them. After reading your review it sounds like I should really get the Aspects, as they are similar to the Thraxis, and will work with my new crampons. Do you have any comments about the outer lacing? One of the reasons I bought the Thraxis for so many season was the lack of laces.

      Initial impressions great! (Karakorams)

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

      [edit] Another user didn’t have good luck with Karakorams, I just got my new split board and mounted up my Karakoram Primes with these boots. Yes K2 Aspects have a lot of natural forward lean causing the heel to stick back further in the bindings. I had to adjust my bindings to the small position from the large position that I had it setup with my old boots. Now everything looks nice and centered. Haven’t ridden with them yet but looks promising.

      It's great to see the improvements in technology as related to splitboarding! I finally felt it was time to upgrade my old malamutes to something designed with crampons in mind.

      I read about the other crampon compatible boots and these seemed to fit my style the best, I didn't want anything quite as stiff as the Fitwell's.

      The K2 Aspects are still stiff, and just the right amount. Usually I wear an 8.5 boot but I chose the 8.0 in these due to other reviews and some local shops who had tried them on, the 8.0 is perfect! Just got the liners heat molded today too.

      I love the beefy sole and the Boa liners. I've never been a fan of traditional laces on snowboard boots but between the laces and the power strap at the top I don't mind it at all.

      I use Karakoram bindings so I'm a little worried from what a previous user mentioned about them not fitting well. I have the Karakoram Prime's and they do have some adjustability in the heel cup so hopefully I can get them to work, I'll update my review after I'm able to field test these.

      Haven't chosen a crampon for these either.

      Overall, I'm stoked about these, and they are WAY easier to get on and off than my old Malamutes, they were kinda a pain IMO.

      Beware if you have karakorams

        These boots are 100% unusable with karakoram bindings. The way K2 makes their boots they have very unusual heels that stick WAY WAY out and the heels suck so far back into the heel cups that there's an insane amount of heel overhang that can't be eliminated with any binding adjustments. I had another buddy have the same problem with these boots. I doubt they're much better with sparks either. It's a design flaw with all K2 boots. I had T1's and they barely fit into burton resort bindings because of the heel. I love the fit of K2 boots but I'm done buying them until they change their design.

        pretty rad

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        gave these as a gift to a buddy of mine. here is his feedback:
        These boots are burly and made for split-board mountaineering. Between the vibram (mountaineering sole) and crampon compatibility heal piece, these boots will get you to the peak of any mountain. They are surprising light for how beefy they look as well. And have an average footprint compared to other boots. They are sized a little big so I would recommend a half size smaller than normal. The boa system is great for touring to lock your heal in place ( say good by to heal blisters) The main difference I noticed with these boots compared to a normal snowboard boot while touring is the ability to hold an edge on a off piste skin track. These boots are stiff and rip going down the mountain and feel like a normal snowboard boot. They are good to go right out of the box.