Rider Style: Park and urban. Best suited to beginners through to intermediate.
Flex: Soft - medium flex, rated 5/10
The articulated cuff gives the boot natural flex and prevents distortion.
3D moulded tounge to create an even flex and increase comfort.
Evolution foam outsole. This sole is lightweight and cushioned.
Liner: Comfort fit liner. This is a medium flex liner giving you both support and flex.
Heat mouldable liner to give you a custom fit.
Micro fleece lining gives the liner a soft feel and extra warmth.
Comfort moulded footbed
Lacing Traditional laces which are easy to customise as you can change the patterns and widths.
This boot has 1:1 lasting which means they a built in true half sizes.
Boot size (UK)
The light boot lives up to its name, as it’s designed to be as light as a feather but still packed with features to give you a high performing boot. The Light boot has a soft flex making it great for someone who is still mastering the basics of snowboarding as it’s more forgiving. The soft flex works well if you perfect as looser skate like feel underfoot for urban and park riding. The main body of the boot is split into two sections, the upper and lower thanks to the articulated cuff. This designed allows the two halves of the boot to flex independently to give you a more natural feel on the slopes. The 3D tongue links these two halves of the boot to give you consistent flex on your toe side. The sole of the boot is well cushioned with Evolution foam which absorbs impact and keeps the sole lightweight.
The Light boot uses a comfort liner made with a dual density foam to give you both support and flex. The liner gives you extra comfort thanks to the micro fleece layer inside that feels super soft and adds warmth. The Comfort liner is heat mouldable to give you a customised fit before they have even touched the snow, if you don’t have time to heat mould them, they will natural mould over time with wear. The Light boot uses a traditional lace which is easy to customise to suit of riding style, switch up the patterns or the gaps between the laces to change the pressure points.