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Day-long cozy comfort.
Stop cutting your sessions short because of sore, tired feet by upgrading to the Salomon Women's Ivy Snowboard Boot. It has a lightweight feel and a cozy liner for comfort, while the ZoneLock lacing lets you tighten your boots with the simple pull of a cord, which locks down your heels to eliminate lift for better response and less fatigue. Additionally, the women-specific Halo 2 liner has heat-moldable foam in strategic areas to provide a comfortable custom fit, and the plush lining keeps your feet toasty throughout the day. The Ortholite C2 footbed promotes blood circulation to keep your feet warm and prevent fatigue, plus it has an antimicrobial treatment to help fight foot funk. And since the Flight outsole is based on the men's Lo-Fi outsole, it features similar EVA to keep weight to a minimum while maximizing board feel and cushioning. Meanwhile, the rubber panels ensure reliable traction and durability for added stability and protection.
- Quick-lacing, responsive, and comfy boot for all-mountain riding
- Speed lace closure gets you in and out quickly
- Thermo-moldable liner conforms to your foot for max comfort
- Ortholite footbed promotes blood circulation and fights fatigue
- EVA outsole is lightweight and extra grippy
- Liner is washable for funk-fighting capabilities
- Q & A
Didn't fit - Not Snug Enough and Stiff
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I am returning after trying on as they had too much movement in the heel. Better for a wider foot - I have very narrow - 23.5 mondo. Definitely a great boot. Stiffer than what I was looking for - I had tried on the Thirty Two Lashed Boa (dual zone) which had a fantastic heel grab and overall fit. I currently own old Salomon boots and was hoping the fit would be the same. Please not this boot does allow heat mold and most heel movement can be adjusted in a shop with a boot fitter BUT that Thirty Two fit so well so...
Run short and wide
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I originally ordered these in an 8.5 which is my street shoe size and the size I've been wearing in Burton boots for the last 15 years. They were so short that my toes curled under at the top, so I exchanged them for a 9. The 9 was the right length, but my heel was swimming in them. I took them out on the hill for about 3 runs, they felt pretty stiff (a good thing) and seemed like they would be very responsive if they fit my foot. Unfortunately, I don't think Salomons are a good fit for my foot, which used to be slightly narrow, but have widened a little across the ball (possibly from many years of snowboarding). If you have a slightly wider foot, these would be a really great boot.