Nitro Skylab TLS Snowboard Boots 2023

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  • The 2023 Nitro Skylab TLS Snowboard Boot serves two purposes; To be the lightest split boarding boot on the market and be an amazing all-day, any day all-mountain snowboarding boot.

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The 2023 Nitro Skylab TLS Snowboard Boot serves two purposes; To be the lightest split boarding boot on the market and be an amazing all-day, any day all-mountain snowboarding boot. Because let's be honest, most people only go splitboarding a few times a season, so it would be great to reduce consumption by creating a boot that is versatile enough to be good for both!

Engineered to be lightweight, durable in all the right places to make it splitboard compatible, but more importantly designed to offer a fantastic fit for any day on or off the marked trails. The Vibram Outsole made of Vibram ECOSTEP Compound, 3D fly knit-material on the toe, reinforced e-foam toe cap, and Molded Spine protector provide the durability and protection that everyone needs for split boarding and the use of soft crampons when hiking on slippery or icy surfaces. The Internal Ankle Support and Hike `n` Ride Construction offer the ability to flex the spine of your boot naturally when you're hiking up on the skin trail with negative forward lean on your bindings, making it more comfortable and efficient traveling up-hill. All these features make the Skylab the lightest snowboard split boot on the market. Still, the essential aspect of the Skylab is that it offers an all-mountain everyday fit and response for enjoying every day at your local mountain. The Skylab is the perfect boot for any snowboarder out there looking for a lightweight all-mountain snowboard boot that they can go splitboarding with sometimes! Designed for everyday riding but equipped for split boarding, at a record minimum weight.

   

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