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Nitro Crown TLS Snowboard Boot - Women's

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    • Black/Buckskin
    4.553

    3 Reviews

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    Queen of the mountain.

    Claim your place as queen of the mountain with the mid-flexing response and customizable support of the Nitro Women's Crown TLS Snowboard Boot. Its versatile flex is plenty responsive for bombing steeps and carving up corduroy, without sacrificing freestyle mobility when you're tweaking grabs and pressing through the park.

    Independently tightening over the upper and lower zones, the TLS 5 Twin Lacing System provides a supportive fit fine-tuned to your liking. Keep the lower zone looser for extra freestyle freedom or tighten both for the utmost in power and response. Either way, it's totally adjustable to your individual riding style, as well as the terrain at hand.

    Loaded with a heat-moldable Women's Cloud 6 Liner, the Crown TLS wraps around your foot for a customizable fit without pressure points. The dual-density footbed cushions the blow from heavy impacts when you're stomping landings and cruising over chopped-up snow. Adding even more impact dampening, the boot's EVA sole dissipates high-speed vibration for a smoother overall ride. Plus, it features Rubber Impact Panels along high-wear zones for long-lasting durability and extra traction.

    • Charge the entire mountain with this responsive boot
    • TLS 5 Twin lacing system allows dual-zone control
    • Heat-moldable liner for custom fit
    • EVA outsole is lightweight and cushy
    • Rubber sole panels add durability and grip in key areas
    • Flex Link design for even flex without shell distortion
    • Internal lacing system keeps heel locked down
    • Bail Out system makes it quick and easy to get out of boot
    • Item #NTR009T

    Tech Specs

    Closure
    TLS 5 Twin
    Liner
    Cloud 6
    Thermo-moldable Liner
    yes
    Liner Closure
    ILS
    Flex
    medium (5 of 10 on Nitro's scale)
    Sole
    EVA, rubber
    Recommended Use
    freestyle, all-mountain
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    My old ThirtyTwos caused me so much discomfort that my right foot went numb for 2 months. Being relatively new to snowboarding, I thought it took a while to break boots in and pain was to be expected. Once I decided I was fed up, I went on a boot mission and landed on these. They're so comfortable, I regularly (half) joke about wanting to run a marathon in them. They're not so soft that they're lacking structure, but they allow you to move and maneuver perfectly. I was concerned about hating the lacing system, and I do miss Boa... but they're easy to adjust and get the perfect fit.

    Dream Boot

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    From day one these boots fit perfectly: no blisters, no uncomfortable pinching, or pressure. Their ankle support is phenomenal without being too stiff. There is velcro on the liner that keeps the tongue from moving around while riding. The lacing system is simple, quick, and reliable both when putting the boots on and taking them off.

    I definitely recommend these boots to anyone that's got the desire to have cozy comfortable feet while cruising down the mountain on a plank.

    I really wanted to like these

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    I'm a size 7.5 in the Burton Emerald boots, so I ordered 7.5 in the Nitro crowns. I have narrow feet and I feel like I might have too much room in these so I ordered a size 7.0 to compare. My toes are barely touching the end of the liner which is how I like my boots, but the width of the 7.0 is still too big for my narrow feet. I was stoked on the Crowns because they have the flex link which would be useful for splitboarding. The lacing system is sort of messy and seems like it doesn't lock into place well. I've been in the Burton Emerald's for 8 years (way too long) and loved that lacing system, super easy and fast. I ended up purchasing a size 7.5 and 7.0 in Burton Emeralds and am going to go with those in 7.0 because the Emeralds fit my narrow feet better. The biggest qualm I have with the crown is the lacing system, it was a bit too much for me . The flex on the Crown REALLY is sweet though, I can see how it would help with comfort while splitboarding as well as park/freestyle riding. Flex is nice and they're also still pretty stiff so they'll still be responsive.



    Street shoe size is 6.5-7.0

    So, would you say they fit true to Street Sizing, or they run on the small size for a boot? How do you prefer your boot? (some like a snug fit, tow almost touching, while others prefer a good thumbs width for wiggle room...and the odd few like a really close fit to allow for season pack-out)

    Hey Danielle! I actually updated my review just now. But I would say they're true to size. I actually think the Burton Emerald 7.5 that I've been wearing for so long are a full size too big, but it wasn't a huge deal for me, I just ended up with a bit more room than I really wanted. I ended up purchasing size 6.5 in the Burton Emeralds. I like to have my toes barely touching the liner. I probably would have fit in the size 6.5 Crowns, but I just wasn't sold on the lacing system. They seem like rad boots though if you don't mind the lacing system. Let me know if you have any other questions!