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Ride Insano Focus Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's

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    Certified bonkers.

    Sure to inspire the craziest of big-mountain antics, the Ride Men's Insano Focus Boa Snowboard Boot delivers the utmost in hard-charging response and customization for slaying intimidating steeps and deep powder. This premium freeride boot features Ride's new Slime Tongue for increased dampening when you're riding over rough, chopped-up snow and blasting turns at high speeds. However, most impressive is its micro-adjustable Boa Focus closure for independent customization over the upper and lower zones. Suddenly, achieving a near-perfect fit over the upper and lower zones is incredibly easy, locking in precise support and comfort with the simple twist of each dial. Add in Ride's The Closer Lace Guide to eliminate weird pressure points over the top of your foot when you're really cranking 'em tight.

    Loaded with cloud-nine comfort, the thermo-moldable Intuition Dream delivers a truly customized fit. Heat mold them right away for a great fit straight from the box, or simply ride a few times to achieve the same foot-conforming support and comfort. Either way, you'll reap the benefits of Ride's premium liner supporting every contour of your foot as you slash, surf, and send everything in sight. Cushioning the blow of heavy landings, the Impacto footbed with TPU heel cradle stabilizes your foot while dampening harsh vibration. Additionally, the airy-light Michelin Peak sole saves weight without sacrificing sure-footed grip over icy, snow-packed surfaces.

    • New Slime Tongue
    • Articulating cuff design
    • Boa Focus dual-zone closure
    • The Closer Lace Guide
    • Intuition Dream liner with Aegis antimicrobial
    • Lock Down Turbo w/Tall Boy harness (liner lacing)
    • Impacto footbed with TPU heel cradle
    • Michelin Peak sole
    • Item #RDE006Z

    Tech Specs

    Closure
    Boa Focus with The Closer Lace Guide
    Liner
    Intuition Dream
    Thermo-moldable Liner
    yes
    Liner Closure
    Lock Down Turbo with Tall Boy harness
    Flex
    stiff (8 of 10 on Ride's scale)
    Sole
    Michelin Peak Sole
    Footbed
    Impacto with TPU heel cradle
    Recommended Use
    freeride, all-terrain freestyle
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Definitely an Insan"e" Pair of Boots!

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

    I bought these boots to replace a pair of Burton's that I have had for a long time. The Burton's were lace up and had a lot of different pressure points that made my feet sore. Hit the slopes with the Insano's and didn't have one issue. I love the easy, on the mountain adjustments that the BOA lacing system offers...no stopping to tighten traditional laces and allowed by to maintain a tight, stiff ride all day long!! Once I get them heat molded, these boots will be truly Insan"o"!

    Sendy and stiff

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These boots are Insano on the stiff scale. My last pair of boots were the 32 TM Two’s which was 32’s stiffest boot at the time. I liked the 32’s but they did seem to acquire a lot of different pressure points over the seasons and broke down pretty quickly. I always ride stiff boots, but the Insano was damn near ski boot status. The first 3 days in the boots I hated them, debated on returning them, literally didn’t do up the boa to reduce stiffness. Got 10 days in them now and LOVE them. While still very stiff, the support, heel hold, responsiveness, and overall comfort trumps the 32’s.

    I have narrower feet, the Ride boot contours to my feet much better than the 32’s ever did. Bought a 9.5, wear a 10 in the streets, they are packing out perfectly. Would highly recommend, this was my first pair of Boa boots, won’t be going back to laces anytime soon.

    Bottom line: if you like a crazy responsive STIFF boot, with insane heel hold buy the Insano.

    unforgivably flawed

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've put roughly 70 days on these boots. I don't spend much time on marked trails and my style is aggressive. I f'n hate these things. They didn't use enough material for the slime tongue. Consequently it shifts to the side when riding hard. This shift changes the flex pattern and tends to loosen the boot. Cranking the boas to try and stop tongue shift leads to a painful pressure point on the shin behind the boa dial. (It also won't stop the shift.) Nothing like having to constantly re-adjust your boot on a pow day - unforgivable. There is virtually no cushion. IMO, boa is way over-hyped. I seriously regret purchasing these.

    Great boot

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I haven't tested out enough boots to know if I am missing something, but for me, these boots do everything I need them to. They are rated as stiff boots but honestly the double boa gives you full control to ride these however you choose. You wanna bomb the hill just quickly turn the wheel, you wanna flange out in the park- simply pop it with your hand to release the boa tightness. What more would you want really. grip is good, the intuition dream liner is warm and super comfy.

    Really good so far

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought these boots to replace a pair or 2014 Burton Ion which I hated. Way too stiff, cold, lots of pressure point. They never broken in. The Ride were comfortable right out of the box after being heat molded. Leather is the way to go! No pressure point and good heel support. Stiff but no too stiff. 8 on the Ride scale is probably a 6 on the Burton scale. The double boa works better than the speed lace. The boots are light and open nicely to put them on and off. Time will tell if they are durable or not.

    How is the fit? I usually wear a size 8 in all shoes. Should I size up?