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Produit coup de coeur

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Our advices Women's Snowboard Boots

Choosing your snowboard boots

Take to the slopes in comfort and style with Snowleader's collection of women's snowboard boots. With great snowboard boots from  BurtonDeeluxeFlowNitroNorthwave and DC Shoes to name just a few.

 

Whether you are a recreational snowboarder or a park pro, we have something for you - in a large range of colours, designs and styles. The female-specific...

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£170.99
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£206.99
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£233.99
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£189.00
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designs account for women's morphology, giving support in all the right places.

 

Snowboard boots tailored to your level

Beginners should look for a boot with flex between 0 and 4. Let the likes of Burton’s Starstuck boot and K2’s Haven ease you into the movements of your first turns, and take you on your first adventures down the mountain. Snowboarders who hit the park often also like to have softer boots for increased comfort and agility.

 

Intermediate ladies might want something a bit more challenging, so can step up the flex to around 4 to 7. ????? and Burton’s Emerald are great examples of boots that can take you up a notch with your boarding. Still comfy and warm, but not too demanding or stiff, women’s intermediate boots are perfect for day long recreational boarding sessions on more challenging terrain.

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