2016 Flow Micron Boa Kids Boot Overview


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Welcome to the Morning Shred, brought to you by snowboards.com. I'm Jenna, this is Tim from Flow and we're going to talk about the Flow Micron Boa boot. Tim, this boot obviously is for kids, tell us a little bit about it. Yeah, it's for kids for sure, Jenna but really designed this with mom and dad in mind. You know, it's a lot of work out on the hill with all the gear and such that we wanted to make it easy for them. Certainly by having a Boa it's easy for the kids, they can do this themselves which is really nice. It has nice flexible design to it with a removable liner. You know, if you're going up to the mountains and you're going to be up there for a couple days, it's kind of important that you can take this liner out and dry t his thing out every night so that when the kids go to the hill the next day, their feet aren't cold right off the bat. You know, that can ruin a trip real quick.


Removable insole as you can see that takes on the that can be dried out as well, Velcro in here so the tongue doesn't move all over the place and, again, performance driven for the kids meaning that it has nice flex to it. Keep in mind, kids are averaging 30 to 50 to 60lbs, I mean, it's important that they can flex in the boot if you want them to learn how to snowboard. I think it's surprising how few kids boots actually have removable liners in it these days still. Yeah and when you stitch a liner into the boot it's really hard to dry it out but also it makes the boot really stiff, so you're not helping your kid by doing that and they're having a tough time learning. Good quality boot, something they will be able to pass down to a little brother or sister when they're done too, right? Absolutely and what's cool about this one, it goes all the way up to an adult size size 7 so it's a boot they can own several of as they move up.


Well if you're looking for a solid boot for your little guy make sure to check out the Flow Micron Boa boot on snowboards.com and thanks for watching the Morning Shred.