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You should also buy snowboard boots, as the inner boot usually adapts to your foot and a good boot definitely ensures that you can spend pleasant days on the snowboard. Soft boots, which have an inner boot, are normally used for snowboarding.


Usually you choose a boot that has about the same flex value as the snowboard itself. We therefore recommend a value between 3 and 5 for the boot.


In most cases you can choose your regular shoe size for your snowboard boots. The most important thing is that the heel sits firmly in the boot and does not lift when you push your knees forward. If the heel lifts, then the boot is too big or the model is not suitable for your feet. When standing, it is fine if your toes touch the front of the shoe. However, if this is also the case when you are slightly bent at the knees, the shoe is too small.

It is best to seek advice from a specialist retailer when buying snowboard boots and get several opinions.


There are three basic systems for tightening snowboard boots. The Speed Lacing and Boa systems have now established themselves. With both variants, different zones can be laced up in various degrees of tightness depending on the boot.

A typical lacing like on a normal shoe. You won't find this nowadays, as it is almost impossible to lace up the shoe properly.

  • + Are generally a little cheaper (used items)
  • + Shoelaces can be replaced without any problems
  • - Can only be tied tightly with force
  • - Difficult to put on with gloves


There are one or two cords which are pulled to tighten the shoe.

  • + Very fast system
  • + Can be operated with gloves without any problems
  • + Easy to tighten.
  • - Sometimes needs to be tightened a little during the course of the day


Boa system
The simplest lacing system for snowboard boots. They can be tightened with a twisting motion.

  • + Can be laced up really tightly without effort
  • + Can be operated with gloves without any problems
  • - Difficult to repair when defective

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