Select a Size
Select a Color
Faint TLS Snowboard Boot
Designed for hard-charging female riders, the Nitro Faint TLS Snowboard Boot boasts a responsive flex, ample cushioning, and all-amountain versatility, whether you're lapping the park or hiking to untouched pow stashes. TLS 5 Twin lacing lets you adjust the upper and lower zones of the boot with a quick pull of the handles, so you can dial in the perfect fit in seconds.
The Cloud 9 liner provides out-of-the-box comfort and a supportive feel, and it sports a high-loft fleece lining for added coziness. Speaking of warmth, new Therm-ic heating and the Therminator Shield under the liner reflects body heat back to your foot for warmth without bulk. There's also an Ortholite footbed for a snug, supportive fit. D30 dampening is soft under most conditions for a cushy feel, but it hardens up instantly upon impact to evenly distribute force so there's no painful pressure points. Air Dampening in the heel prevents bruised heels when you overshoot a jump. It's finished off with a rugged Vibram Icetrek sole for serious grip regardless of how cold or icy it is.
- All-mountain boot that charges hard and maxes out comfort
- TLS 5 Twin lacing system gives you a secure fit in seconds
- Thermo-moldable liner conforms to your foot's shape
- Internal harness prevents heel lift and adds support
- Therminator shield reflects body heat back to your feet
- Bail Out system gets you out of the boot instantly
- Impact-absorbing footbed and midsole cushion harsh landings
- Grippy Vibram rubber outsole delivers traction for icy surfaces
- Item #NTR00E5
- TLS 5 Twin lacing system
- D30-enhanced women's Cloud 9
- Thermo-moldable Liner
- Liner Closure
- Re/Lace liner locker, ILS liner lacing
- Vibram IceTrek with D30 shock-absorption
- EVA, Air Dampening
- Ortholite dual-density
- Recommended Use
- all-mountain snowboarding
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
June 15, 2019
Dangerous boot. First day in this boot, I tore my plantar plate ligament, due to the D30 in the sole. Think about it, do you really want to land on something that hardens like cement on impact? I’m trying to contact Nitro R&D to find out the reasoning behind this boot design. I returned boot right away, but am now injured because of it. Yes, they’re warm and comfy, and if all you do is softly coast along mellow groomers., then you will probably be OK, but if you do anything where there will be impact, jumps, rails, back country kickers, etc. , don’t say I didn’t warn you. I have a feeling these boots were not tested for such things. I ride over 100 days a year, have worn many boots and never had this happen before. This was my first pair with D30 in sole. Not a coincidence IM0.
November 25, 2019
Joanne, sorry to hear about you're injury. It may have been caused by a lack of support elsewhere in the boot, but I'd be very surprised if it was a direct result of the D30. The D30 is recessed from the rubber outsole, so it wouldn't receive a direct impact causing it to harden when you're strapped in. It's really designed to protect the exposed foam part of the outsole from stepping on rocks when unstrapped. This is better explained in this product video (different boot model, but same tech): https://youtu.be/XfOXBLxSXg8
March 13, 2019
Good boots! Size down!
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
These boots are comfortable, stylish and have the top technology for snowboarding boots! The vibram soles are awesome, did not slip at all! I would recommend sizing up half a size, I got my street size (size 6) and wish I would have gotten a 6.5. These boots are very snug and I do recommend getting them heat molded to assist with the breaking in period!
January 3, 2019
- I've put it through the wringer
I have tried almost every boot out there. I have very slim feet and sensitive. I like a tight boot that is like walking on a cloud. Any questions about these? I am happy to answer.
January 3, 2019
Hey Jean, Its been years since I've used lace-up boots. Been in BOA land for a few years. So why these vs lace-ups. I currently ride Salomon boots. and they're pretty packed out, I ride mostly pow or soft snow freestyle in Japan. Tempted to get these.
January 10, 2019
Hey Jean! When you say you have slim feet, how slim is slim? I saw on another review that someone said these would be good for wider feet. I have very narrow feet, am currently in some Vans boots as they were the only boots I tried that were even remotely narrow enough. I am still dealing with my foot/heels moving around even with j bars and shims (is that the right word?) under my insoles. I am also still somewhat new to snowboarding, so I am not charging super hard yet- would these be too stiff for me? Thanks so much! It's hard to find reviews for this boot!
April 8, 2019
Hey, Jean! I have super narrow heels but wide toes. The only boots that have even somewhat worked for me so far are Nikes (but they stopped making snowboard boots) and Vans. Do you think these would work well for me? Thank you!
December 26, 2018
I saw on another review that these boots run wide. Any insight on that? Also, if it's really beefy, I'm worried about the fit in my Burton Genesis X bindings. Think it will be a problem?