The Salomon F4.0 Snowboard Boots are a great medium stiff freeride boot with a unique Wrap Lock closure system that adapts to a wide variety of foot and leg shapes and secures the heel super efficiently. Sidecountry riders who spend time booting to their lines will appreciate the new Fusion liner with its advanced venting technologies that make for drier, cooler and more comfortable feet when the exertion level goes up.
Flex Rating: 7 (1 Soft - 10 Stiff) A stiff flex for sustained power and higher speeds.
Easy In Easier and faster to get in. Featuring a gliding patch that is placed at the entrance of the liner for heel glide and easier entry.
Heel Grip Cat-tongue like material reinforced at the heel helps grip your socks to the inside of the boot for an increased heel-hold.
Fusion Liner Unique to Salomon F Series boots, the Fusion liners feature Low Center of Gravity plus mesh channels and one-way valves to circulate and channel air away from your foot. The result is superior long-term comfort and drier feet.
Breathable Valve A one-way valve to keep moisture out and exhaust old air, that would otherwise break down your liner and decrease comfort.
Wrap Lock Wrap Lock lace systems use a three-panel design and fused liner to create a low profile closure that secures the heel extremely well and adapts to a variety of leg and ankle shapes.
Ortholite C3 Footbed High density base + memory foam layer + an EVA heelcup for maximum comfort, support, and fit.
Hi Flight Outsole Redesigned for a sleeker look, better board feel, and improved shock absorption with RPU back pads.
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Comments about Salomon F4.0 Snowboard Boots 2016:
I have narrow feet with a low instep and Salomon boots tend to fit me very well (I think this is my 4th pair of them now). These boots are linerless and therefore have a greatly reduced foot print. They are so much smaller I had to sell my L bindings for M ones, but toe/heel drag is now a thing of the past :)
You want to try on any boot before buying if possible, but it's extra important with linerless boots. You can do fewer fitting tricks with this type of boot, but I still have been able to tweak them with heel wedges and a thin pad between the tongues. I have freakishly low insteps, so I'd imagine anyone with more normal feet wouldn't need to go through these steps.
The boots have nice med stiffness where I feel supported, but can also move and tweak stuff. They aren't noodles and they aren't rocks either. These are great all mountain boots if you have the money.