2014 Ride Harper Womens Boot Overview
Hey there. Welcome to the Morning Shred brought to you by snowboards.com. I'm Jenna. This is Ryan from Ride and we're going to talk about the Ride Harper Boa Boot.
Ryan, who's this boot designed for? Beginner rider. Yeah, beginner to maybe intermediate but I would say more a beginner rider. Flex rating on it's 3 so it's fairly soft boot. Has that out of the box feel so it fits great. No break-in period. Boa lacing system which is key for everybody. Couple turns and you're in and out. We also have the Lock Down Lacing in on the inner sole which has the eyelet and allows to be able to click, lock in, keep an even tension all the way through so you get laced up quick and then back to the Boa, boom, couple turns and you're snowboarding. And it's Intuition Liner as well, right? Intuition Liner which is heat moldable whether professionally or over time your body heat and weight of your, you know, your body will mold the liner to your self.
So, just a real soft flex. Something they can progress on. A boot that's going to be very forgiving so it's not going demand too much of an entry-level rider but... Right. ...will help them progress to intermediate... Right. Great outsole with the Grip Sole. The Boa system. You're getting a lot of boot for the price that it's at. Okay. Well, make sure to check out the Harper Boa. If you're a beginner or intermediate level girl looking for just something real soft and great fit right out of the box. So, check it out on snowboards.com and thanks for watching the Morning Shred.