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Vans Infuse Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's


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    3 Reviews


    Have your Boa and lace it up too.

    Vans took their top-of-the-line tech and infused it with classic style borrowed from the hiking world to make the Vans Men's Infuse Boa Snowboard Boot. And to achieve a super-customized fit, you'll find a hybrid closure system consisting of both Boa and traditional laces to blend ease of use with old-school reliability.

    The Hybrid Boa system is a Vans first, and it combines the classic feel of traditional laces, with a Boa system to lock your heel in place and keep it feeling comfortably snug all day. The waterproof full grain leather upper isn't just sweet looking, it's super durable as well. The power strap cuff, and Flex Control tongue inserts give you a ton of control over how much flex your boots have, from freestyle and forgiving, to stiff and hard charging. The Custom liner is heat moldable, so you can get a perfectly broken-in fit before you ever slip them on. A V3 footbed uses cork and EVA to fight off heel bruises, minimize chatter, and provide optimized arch support. If you have a set of well broken in hiking boots that you wear everywhere, consider the Infuse the on-snow version. You'll be bummed when it's time to take them off.

    • A versatile snowboard boot for park, pow, and big-mountain
    • Hybrid closure system is convenient, easy and reliable
    • Full-grain leather upper is waterproof and durable
    • Flex is customizable to fit your preferred type of riding
    • Custom liner is heat-moldable for the perfect fit
    • Custom liner includes Dri-lex for increased breathability
    • V3 Footbed's UltraCush absorbs shock and cuts down chatter
    • Ultimate Waffle Outsole is light and durable for the bootpack
    • Item #VAN00VC

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    full-grain leather
    lace, Boa
    Thermo-moldable Liner
    adjustable, medium-stiff
    Ultimate Waffle
    UltraCush lite
    Ultimate Waffle
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry snowboarding, freeride/powder snowboarding, park & freestyle snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Awesome boots, little complicated

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    My husband's review....Really good boots from a technical/performance standpoint and they look great too. I primarily do freeride, and I like a stiff boot (was using Burton Driver X before these). These boots give me the stiffness I need (with the inserts in) but allow me to dial down the stiffness if/when I want for a different style of riding. The fit is very adjustable, with the ability to get more heel-hold than any other boots I've used. The only complaint is that it is a bit of an ordeal taking them on/off because of all the different adjustment options. If convenience is your main criteria these are not for you. If you're okay sacrificing some convenience for looks and performance these are a great option.

    Pretty Damn Cool!!

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

    They are a little bit of a pain in the ass to get them on with all tge lacing systems and boa etc. But once their on they feel really good!! The heel hold is great. They can really go from a pretty soft flex to a pretty firm flex. I would say they can range from between 3-8 on the stiffness scale. Its cool that you can add the tongue inserts to stiffen up the flex, but are you really supposed to carry them around on the hill to adjust to what type of terrain or riding your doing? That could get kinda annoying. We’ll see I guess? Also, if you dont buy these boots from a shop, where are you supposed to go to get them heat molded? I dont think a shop that sells these is going to want to help me with my boots I bought from somewhere else... Or will they mold on their own after just riding in them for a while? Would a hair dryer work to do it myself? If so, how long do you heat them, how hot do you get them, and how long do you stand still to get the mold set? This review sounds like I should have done some more research before buying them. But I tried them on in a shop and know how good they feel. Their pretty light for how bulky they look. I was surprised. 32 TM3’s seemed much heavier. I even strapped into a Union Atlas binding with these on and it felt like one seemless piece of equipment. Hopefully stays that way when screwed to the snowboard... Maybe I’ll do a follow up review after I take them out a few times and really see what they can do? Oh yeah, be careful pulling the power strap tight. The little plastic Vans tab on the end ripped right off in the store the first time I pulled on it. Gotta remember to pull from lower so I dont rip mine off. Lol!! Buy these boots!! Their bad ass for sure!! Just takes a little extra work to get them dialed. But Im betting its worth it in the long run... Pray 4 Snow!!

    If you wanted to heat mold your boots, you can put rice in a couple socks and microwave them so the get pretty warm. Then put them in your liner for about 10 mins. After that put on a thick sock and put on your boot. make sure to flex the boot a little. repeat for the other boot.