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Flow The ANSR Boa Coiler Snowboard Boots 2012

Flow The ANSR Boa Coiler Snowboard Boots 2012: Just landed and looking to thrill, the 2012 Flow ANSR BOA® Coiler snowboard boots start things off right with a semi-stiff yet super forgiving you need for all mountain shredding. These boots are functional, comfortable and durable: The ANSR will keep your feet on point and warm all day, rest assured. Updated for 2012, the ANSR features a 3 piece stitched tongue with more Kush around the shin to soften those hard toeside turns in addition to the brand new all rubber cup sole with an integrated EVA midsole and a new asymmetrical surlyn backstay that provides support for your ankle and heel.
Flex Rating and Fit
3 ( 1 Softest – 5 Stiffest)
The Flow ANSR BOA® Coiler snowboard boots have a midrange stiffness and are designed for intermediate to advanced riders that like to shred and go into the park for the occasional jump or jib.
Flow’s custom flex zone in the forefoot improves fit
Construction
Micro-articulating instep flex zone eliminates pressure and wrinkling around the ankle with the BOA® H2 Coiler.
All rubber cup sole with an integrated EVA midsole. It features thin sidewalls and spike treads for icy conditions.
Asymmetrical surlyn backstay that provides support for your ankle and heel
Liner and Lacing
The ANSR’s Single Barrel Liner comes standard with internal support L pads and Flow’s high performance comfort foam.
The tongue is vented to reduce moisture and Hook-and-Loop Fastener positioning tabs keep it in place.
The single density EVA provides ideal dampening for the foot
Completing the liner is an antimicrobial finish eliminating odor and destroying bacteria.
Integrated lacing system keeps your food in place and provides support.
Quick Fit™ zonal lacing delivers the very best in custom fit technology
Special Features
3 piece stitched tongue with more Kush around the shin to soften those hard toeside turns

Specs

  • Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
    Intermediate-Advanced
    The majority of skiers/snowboarders fall into this level, whether you like to carve on groomers or venture into the powder. These skis/snowboards may be somewhat wider than beginner-intermediate skis, usually with a stronger wood core and sandwich sidewall construction. Depending on the type of ski, intermediate-advanced level skis may have full camber, rocker, or some combination of the two.
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