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Flow Snowboard Boots

Flow is a snowboarding company, no ifs ands or buts. Flow snowboard boots are built for snowboarders, offering warmth, comfort, and performance. Snowboards.com is happy to carry a complete collection of Flow snowboard boots for men, women and kids. There are many different styles of Flow boots with various features, which helps any type of snowboarder find a boot that will work perfect for them. There are Flow snowboard boots for different skill levels, different uses, varying lacing styles, and more...Read More

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The various ability levels associated with Flow snowboard boots range from beginner to expert with intermediate and advanced in between. The different ability levels are going to determine the inner makeup of the Flow snowboard boots and will change the boot’s flex and features from one ability level to another. For example, a beginner Flow snowboard boot is going to offer much more flex and be more comfort oriented. As the boots go up in ability level they will get stiffer and become more performance oriented.

Flow snowboard boots are also available for various uses including all mountain, freestyle, and a combination of the two. All mountain style Flow boots will be designed with general snowboarding in mind, and will cater to those hitting up the entire mountain. Freestyle Flow snowboard boots are going to offer features that park riders will get the most out of, and these boots will be a bit softer flexing. The all mountain freestyle style Flow snowboard boots are going to take hints of both styles of boots and put them in one to truly be good for any type of snowboarding.

A very cool feature that you can now choose on your Flow snowboard boots is the boot’s lacing style. There are going to be three main styles of lacing found on Flow snowboard boots; traditional lace, quick lace, and Boa. A traditional lace Flow boot is going to offer just that, a traditional lacing system. Traditional lacing is similar to a shoe but with thicker, more durable laces and eyelets. A quicklace Flow snowboard boot is going to offer a pull and lock style system, and will not need to be tied like a traditional boot. Boa style Flow snowboard boots are going to offer a coil and dial setup. The coil in a Boa setup laces through the boot like a standard lace and is tightened and released easily with a turn of the dial.

To easily shop by all these various styles and features, Snowboards.com offers several product refinements. These product refinements can be found on the left side of the page and range from size, ability level, and best use, to lacing style, flex, price, and more. When you choose from one of the refinements, the page will refresh and show you only Flow snowboard boots that fit the refinement you’ve selected. For example; if you choose Boa from the lacing style refinement, the page will refresh and show you only Boa Flow snowboard boots. You can also use multiple refinements at once, simply make your first selection and once the page refreshes you can then make a second selection, and so on.

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