2014 Ride Rook 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 Rook Boa. Ryan, who's this boot for? Beginner-to-intermediate rider I would say. It's got a flex of about 4 so it's a very easy boot to get in and out. Great out of the box fit. Right. Right out of the box fit, sort of, broken already. It's got a Boa Lacing system. which couple turns, you're ready to ride instead of trying to rassle with your laces or whatnot. Liner is Intuition... Okay. ...which means it's heat moldable. You can use a machine or, you know, your local snowboard can mold it or it can be molded by the heat of your foot. Over time. Over time it will mold into itself. It's got 8 internal J-Bars to keep your foot in place, keep that heel from lifting up. The outsole is the Grip Sole so it gives you real good traction walking in good Midwest or any other winters, you know, that slippery slushy stuff it will keep you, you know, traction and keep you moving forward. Nice.
And I always like the Lace Lock on the liners that you guys do just because they actually lock into place allowing you to just really, kind of... Exactly. It's a great design in the game. It allows you to lock in, pull, fine the tension that you like, roll it up... Instead of like pulling that drawstring... Right. Good call. Great. Well, there you go. That's the Rook Boa, awesome boot for your beginner to intermediate level rider just looking for something simple and convenient, soft, or at least... Great price. ...flexing at a great place. So, make sure to check it out on snowboards.com. Thanks for watching the Morning Shred.