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Ride Trident Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's

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Ultimate adjustability.

Created for the hard-charging rider desiring the most adjustable fit on the market, the Ride Men's Trident Boa Snowboard Boot offers insane levels of customization with its Boa Focus closure combined with a Tongue Tied Boa system. This trifecta of Boa closures tightens the upper, lower, and tongue all independently for a truly fine-tuned fit. New for this year, the Slime Tongue uses smooth-flexing urethane to dampen harsh vibration coming through your bindings.

Loaded with an Intuition Dream liner for cloud-nine comfort, the Trident features a heat-moldable fit that conforms to your feet, ultimately alleviating pressure points and weird hot spots. This liner features an Aegis antimicrobial treatment that prevents odor-causing microbes during long, sweaty days on the mountain. Other key details include an Impacto footbed that dampens impact, as well as a Michelin Peak sole for sure-footed traction over slippery surfaces.

  • Micro-articulating cuff
  • Slime Tongue (urethane)
  • Boa Focus dual-zone closure
  • Tongue Tied Boa system
  • Intuition Dream liner
  • Aegis antimicrobial treatment
  • Impacto foobed with TPU heel cradle
  • Michelin Peak sole
  • Item #RDE006Y

Tech Specs

Upper Material
Slime Tongue (urethane)
[upper and lower zones] Boa Focus Lacing with The Closer Lace Guide, [tongue] Tongue Tied Boa
Intuition Dream
Thermo-moldable Liner
stiff (8 of 10 on Ride's scale)
Michelin Peak Sole
Impacto with TPU heel cradle
Recommended Use
freeride, all-terrain freestyle
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

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Comfortable and great performance

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've put about 8 days of riding and hiking in these boots and they are fantastic. Out of the box they were pretty stiff and I had some issues with the slime tongue biting my shins, but after a few days of hard use that went away. Now they are super comfy, and I can dial in how stiff I want them to feel with the boa adjustments. The boa for adjusting just your ankle area works really well; I've always had problems with heel lift in my boots and would have to over tighten everything to avoid that, but now I can leave the upper and lower parts fairly loose and just crank down the ankles and I'm good to go.

Things I really like about them :
1. The adjustability. Three BOAs may not be for everyone, but I really like it and didn't find them to get in the way. If you have bindings with a funky high back (like the winged Malavitas for example) this might not work for you but otherwise shouldn't be a problem.
2. The slime-tongue is great. I've had problems with the top of my ankles for years (snowboarders ankle) and the slime tongue completely takes all of the pressure off the top of my ankles and distributes it across the front of my legs. It's great to be able to ride in crud and not worry about hurting my ankles any more.

Two things that could be improved upon for next year :
1. The foot beds are pretty lousy. I swapped mine out for a Remind insole and that's works well for me, but it would be nice to see something a little better come with the boot.
2. The insulation Could stand to be improved upon. I've been riding Burton SLX boots for years and they are super warm while retaining a fairly low profile. The Tridents are also low profile but not nearly as warm.

Nice Boots!

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

Needed an upgrade for the 32's that had served me well for quite a long time. I was interested in trying out something with the BOA system. After reading some reviews, I had some concerns. Reviews of other boots with single BOA's complained that a breakage left one out of the game for the day. This was a concern compared to laces, which if broken, could be replaced on the mountain or in a shop pretty readily. The Ride Tridents have 3 BOA's, which means that even if one broke, you still have 2 others to keep you locked in and probably finish out the day. I ordered these boots the same as my regular shoe size. I was concerned when I first tried them on that they were a a tad too small, but gave them a try expecting that they were probably going to pack out at least a little bit. After a day on the mountain, boots fit nicely and you can tighten up every dimension of them in a flash. Exterior material seems durable, but the black painted striping seems a little cheesy and cheap for the price which is anything but. I'm hoping they are going to be a nice upgrade that will last me quite a few years. Also, Patrick Waddell at Backcountry was really informative about answering my questions about these boots. Thanks Patrick!

Bought these as a gift

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Got these for the brother-in-law. He's using the lib tech banana magic with NOW drive bindings. Ultimate comfort and performance is the general review after a month of use. I'm envious every time we have to get our boots on or take them off.

While I'm still getting off my first boot hes already in the car or on the slopes. The boas have proved to be a great system that he can adjust easily on the lift to give himself some room to breath and then tighten right back up when he's ready to charge. The Michelin Peak Sole is truly burly and the intuition liner is beyond comfortable and warm. Great boot, nice work Ride and thank you Backcountry!

Trifecta security

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Picture left to right. Ride Tridents size 13. Womens Vans size 8. Mens DC size 9

Ive alway been a fan of how stiff Ride makes its boots. I bought these to pair with my Flow FUSE FBs. In case you aren't familiar those bindings do not have a a highback, so it leave a slightly insecure feeling in the back. I wanted a boot that could easily lock down your foot an prevent any heel lift, and these boots did the job awesomely.

The triple boa allows you to easily dial in every aspect of tightness you desire.

Some cons..

The Boas come loose on me when walking, and also once or twice during the day. So before I get on the lift for my first laps, I make sure I redial them in to lock it down.

The liner is nice, semi comfortable, but it doesn't get tight enough around my upper ankle as Id like.

IF you tighten the boas too much on the lower half of the boot, the padding of the sole inset enough to keep you arches from hurting.

For sizing, the Tridents are fairly try to size. I usually wear a 12 in street shoe and anywhere from a 11.5 to a 13(usually on the higher side) in a snowboard boot depending the brand. After owning some RIDE FUL 12s that were too small I sized up to 13 for this pair and they are slightly too big. a 12.5 would have been better.

At the end of the day the pros outweigh the cons and after having a similar boot ( flow Hylite Focus boas- that have two boa and a quick lace system that locks in the heel) the triple Boa system is the way to go.

Trifecta security

Holy Smokes

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

I bought a pair of these and down sized a half size from my regular snowboard boot and am so glad I did. These puppies are stiff and really lock down the heel with the reduced footbed.

Combine the triple boa with this already stiff boot and you get complete lockdown. The responsiveness I am seeing through my bindings and board in just one day is really phenomenal. Wish I had these bad boys in december when we were getting puked on!