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Dialogue Dual Boa Snowboard Boot - 2024

4.4 out of 5 stars
5 Reviews
Current price: $272.96 Original price: $389.95
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Why We Like The Salomon Dialogue Dual BOA Snowboard Boot

With a progressive flex, dampening underfoot, and durable construction, the Salomon Dialogue Dual BOA Snowboard Boot is a must-have for freestyle riders looking for a new boot. Each zone of the boot can be individually customized for a perfect, secure fit with the Dual BOA® Fit System, as well as the heat-moldable Response liner. On the outsole is a winter-specific rubber for unmatched walking and riding grip, and, combined with DAMPLite+, we are provided with the ultimate dampening comfort as we stomp new tricks or ride though cruddy sections.


  • A mid-flex all-mountain boot with a focus on freestyle performance
  • Built with FTR construction for a lightweight and compact ride
  • The Precision Harness offers incredible heel hold for a precise fit
  • Find a secure closure in each area with the Dual Zone BOA
  • The Response liner is fully heat-moldable for a truly custom fit
  • DAMPLite+ combines with contagrip rubber outsole for a balance of comfort and grip
  • Item #SALZADM
Upper Material
Dual BOA® Fit System with H4/M3 Coiler
Thermo-moldable Liner
Liner Closure
Damplite+, Contagrip
Ortholite C2
all-mountain snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 2 year

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 5 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

March 26, 2024

Best heel hold on the market

I love these boots on my 3rd pair now. Right amount of stiffness and ultra durable


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3 out of 5 stars

February 21, 2024

clapped out quickly

Had my '22-'23 model heat molded, was alright between day 10-20, and then progressively got way way worse. After about 60 days, I needed a full butterfly wrap and aftermarket insole to stop the heel lift, which was just horrific. On that note, stock insole is garbage, replace that immediately if you do buy these. Positives: If you're looking for a very soft boot, this might be for you. This thing is very very flexible and bendy. Tweaks for days. Haven't experienced any issues with the boa thus far yet, and its been full 6-8 hour days of use for the last 60-70 riding days, bell to bell.


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4 out of 5 stars

January 28, 2024

Sung ankle, good for medium or narrow foot

Got fitted with these as they fit a narrower foot than Burton ions I had previously. Likening the easy dual boa and ankle lace holds excellent. Boa does seem to come loose after a run or two, but I am riding pretty hard through trees and powder and it is easy to click back to the right spot. I could be over tightening? The boots seem like they will be durable and are made of 20% recycled material.

The salmon

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5 out of 5 stars

December 15, 2023

Love these boots

These boots just feel right. I jumped right into these and hit Whistler without the need to break them in. I am so happy I went with these, not only for all the amazing features like dual boa, lightness, and comfort, but I love the extra protection on the toe.


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5 out of 5 stars

November 25, 2023

Feet Problems

I have serious foot problems and cycle through a lot of boots. I have a hard time getting a boot stiff enough that does not kill my feet. I have a wide foot also. I wear a lot of Solomon shoes so I decided to try these boots. I backcountry Splitboard and resort ski. I have used them 11 times for backcountry splitboarding so far and they are great. These boots have been a Godsend. I bought a second pair to use at the resort and to have a backup.

Rob G

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