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300 Beginner Snowboarding Boots - Men

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8398101

300 Beginner Snowboarding Boots - Men

$120.00
1 reviews
1 of 1 people recommends this product
  • 300 Beginner Snowboarding Boots - Men
  • 300 Beginner Snowboarding Boots - Men
  • 300 Beginner Snowboarding Boots - Men
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  • Maoke 300 Snowboard Boots - Women
  • 300 Beginner Snowboarding Boots - Men
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  • 300 Beginner Snowboarding Boots - Men
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300 Beginner Snowboarding Boots - Men
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For getting started and improving your snowboarding skills.

BENEFITS

Fit

Foam heel wedge, 10 mm: comfort and good foot support at moderate speed.

Easy to open/close

2-zone Fast Lock: fast tightening on the instep and tibial rip tab.

Rigidity

Supple flex (3/10) to forgive mistakes and improve comfort.

Thermal insulation

EVA sole, 80% air to insulate from cold ground.

Fitting comfort

Easy to get on. Flexible foam: maximum comfort. Thermoformable liner.

Traction

Ultralight outsole with large studs for good grip on all types of snow.

Cushioning

Ultralight EVA sole (80% air), lightweight and cushioning.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

A word from the Product Manager

“We designed this boot to offer you a good compromise between comfort and easy tightening.
The improvements since the 2017-2018 season are:
- quick tightening focused on the instep for better support and a rip tab added at the shin to eliminate the gap between the shin and the tongue;
- wider fit to ensure good support and comfort for everyone;
- very lightweight, shock-absorbent and insulating EVA sole (80% air) that protects from cold coming up from the ground.”

Fast Lock 2-zone tightening system

The easy tightening of this boot comes from a comment by a snowboard instructor: “we need to do away with traditional laces that have to be tied. I waste so much time at the beginning of my lessons tightening my clients' laces.”
1. Quick and powerful tightening concentrated at the instep to support the foot.
2. A rip tab on the tibia to eliminate the gap between the tibia and the tongue.

Boot flex/stiffness

Supple flex is something we strive for. It is comfortable to use, reduces physical fatigue, and allows you to fully enjoy your day on the snow. It helps the beginner to adopt the right position on the board: ankles bent, to avoid having stiff legs. You have to react quickly when you're snowboarding so it's important to bend the knees. Starting with a too-stiff boot is a bad thing.

Heel support: level 1 liner (/3)

Foot support is essential when snowboarding, to steer your board correctly (foot in the liner, and liner in the boot). The level 1 liner applies 4 concepts: 1. a liner that can be thermoformed at home
2. Comfort Heel Pad foam ankle pads
3. 3-point liner tightening
4. Hook and Loop Link between the liner and boot

1. Thermoforming the liner by yourself / Warning

Thermoforming is only possible in built-in ovens measuring 56 x 60 x 56 equipped with a fan mode.
Do not attempt in gas oven or small table top-oven with visible heating elements.

1. Thermoforming the liner by yourself / Instructions


1. Preheat the oven to 80 °C on fan mode
2. Remove the inner soles of the liners, place the liners on the oven plate with some greaseproof baking paper
3. Wait 15 min
4. Put the hygiene insoles back in, put on a pair of ski/snowboard socks, put the liners on your feet and tighten them fully.
5. Put on the boots on and tighten fully
5. Wait 15 minutes, standing still
This operation can be repeated.
Only in a built-in oven (56 x 60 x 56)

2. Heel Pad Comfort flexible foam

Ankle foams fill the anatomical hollow under and behind the ankle to wedge the heel in place.
The level 1 liner has ankle foams 10 mm thick in soft mono-material.
The aim is to support the heel and foot to match the level of the boot. In fact, the faster you go, the more energy you bring into play, and the more support you need for your foot.
Comfort Foam meets this objective by providing maximum comfort for all.

3. 3-point liner tightening.

3-point tightening (instead of 4 points) gives 2 real advantages:
- support: it supports the heel as there is less friction from the laces. Maximum effort is transmitted to the 3rd and final tightening point located at the ankle for maximum support
- warmth: not having a 4th tightening point at the instep helps with blood circulation to the toes. This keeps the toes warm.

4. Hook and Loop Link between the liner and boot

A rip tab was added on the back between the liner and the boot.
Our goal? To stop the liner slipping inside the boot for better board control, because it’s not enough just to hold your foot in the liner: if the liner moves inside the boot, you’ll have less control over your board.

Insole

The insole of this boot is flat. It offers comfort and thermal insulation. If you need more support, you have two options:
- a sole pre-formed at the arch and heel area
- a sole that can be thermoformed to suit your foot. This is the most efficient solution.

Sole: grip, traction, cushioning and thermal insulation

Our Ultralight sole is 100% EVA. Eva is a very light material made of 80% air. This formulation is designed to resist abrasion while keeping its damping properties. It is naturally very insulating and protects you against the cold coming up from the ground. The large studs offer you a very good grip. Sufficiently far apart from each other, they help get rid of the snow.

How to choose the right size?


1. Put on the boot
2.Tighten the boot
3. Stand up
4. Your big toes should touch the tip of the boot without excessive pressure
5. Bend your legs forward; your big toes move backwards and no longer touch the end of the boot.

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Reviews

2/5 1 review
1 of 1 people recommends this product
Average
O (India) Used for 3 to 8 weeks
Good for beginners but feels loose in the powder. Even after strapping it tight , it will have some space and your foot will slide.
Response of the brand

Hello O, thank you for your feedback , this boots has indeed been designed for beginners for which we prioritized comfort and forgiveness while learning how to turn (this boot has a low rigidity 3 out of 10). That is why we do not recommend at all to use them for freeriding or any snowboarding style needing a high rigidity and support.


I guess you have not had this info while choosing your boots, I would recommend that you proceed woith an exchange of the product in your nearest Decathlon Shop.


Have a great winter


Yohann Kelkel

Snowboard product manager

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