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Boots Nitro Skylab TLS  gravity grey/black

Collection winter 2021/2022

You have the lightest splitboard boots in front of you and at the same time excellent all-mountain snowboard boots. With a non-slip Vibram outsole, a… detailed description

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Nitro Skylab TLS snowboard boots

You have the lightest splitboard boots in front of you and at the same time excellent all-mountain snowboard boots. With a non-slip Vibram outsole, a light and durable construction, a reinforced toe and many other features, Nitro Skylab shoes work just as well on hikes as when you take them to the piste. The Hike `n` Ride design allows for natural walking flexibility without compromising on handling and downhill rigidity.

Key properties

  • Vibram Ecostep outsole
  • EVA midsole
  • EFoam tip protection
  • Twin Lacing System - a reliable quick lacing system
  • ILS internal tightening
  • Bail Out System - easy and fast lacing of the shoe
  • Cloud 8 Liner - the inner shoe has perfect thermal insulation, it is light and breathable
  • Ortholite double density liner
  • Internal Ankle Support - internal ankle support for better comfort
  • Therminator Shield - thermal insulation layer
  • Spine Protection - flexible reinforcement, which ensures even pressure distribution of the laces, provides medium flex and long retention of the shoe's shape
  • Response: 7 / Freedom: 3 / Comfort: 10
Boots Nitro Skylab TLS gravity grey/black 2021/2022

How to choose snowboard boots

Choosing new snowboard boots? It doesn't have to be a big unknown. There are several parameters that are crucial to choosing the right boots. The main ones are size and overall flex.

Check out our video tutorial

In addition to the article, check out the video tutorial in which our advisor Dominik tells you what you should consider when choosing snowboard boots »

Boot size

The size chart, which you can find in the detailed description of all snowboard boots, will help you choose the right size. If you don't know the size of your foot according to the chart (UK, US, EUR), you can easily measure it at home. Take a ruler or a meter and measure your entire foot from the heel to the end of the longest finger. The MONDO sizing in the table is given in centimeters. The boot should then be half a centimeter larger than your foot.

Keep in mind that it is important that you try the snowboard boots in socks in which you will later ride. Tighten the inner shoe as much as possible and fasten the boot as firmly as if you were going straight down the slope. The shoe should hug the leg perfectly after the tightening. Even before you go on your first snowboarding trip, it's good to put the boots on at home and walk in them for a while. Once you spend about half an hour in them, you should immediately see if the boots fit well and don't squeeze your feet. Your foot must not move in the boot and neither should your heel lift. It is also good to know that it is necessary to spend more time choosing women's boots compared to men's boots. Women's feet have different shapes, so they need enough time and space to choose the appropriate snowboard boots. And the last, but a very important detail: watch out for the difference between the right and the left foot. Always therefore try both boots.

Even if you choose the right size, your boot may not fit perfectly. It may be too wide, low in the instep area, or it will squeeze your ankle - there are many reasons why not each pair in the world will fit you and it is hard to estimate them all in advance. Therefore, we try to do our best to make your purchase as trouble-free as possible. If you buy snowboard boots from our store that don't fit you, you have the opportunity to replace them, or we will provide you with the full refund. Just send the boots back with a proof of the purchase. If you happen to find yourself in this situation, you can find more information in the Returns section.

Flex (stiffness) of the boot

The stiffness of the snowboard boot is related to the specific riding style on the slope. Freestyle boots are softer, which allows for greater freedom at bends over the tongue of the boot. For freeride, that is, fast and aggressive riding, stiffer boots are better, giving you more support through the tongue and the ankle area.

Classic laces, Boa, or Fast Lace system?

Manufacturers of snowboard boots offer along with classic laces also various fast lacing systems. Thanks to them, it is possible to tighten the boot much faster and with less effort. That way you can spend more time riding. The first of them is fast lacing system (Fast Lace or ATOP). Some systems - such as the Boa system of Nidecker and Burton - even allow the tightening of the instep and shin area separately. Fast lacing systems are reliable and proven, but as it goes with the quality gear, the boots with such systems are also more costly.

Boot liners

For the ultimate in comfort on the hill, don't forget about the boot liners. They have cushioning properties, but are also anatomically shaped, breathable and support the foot arch. In short, it's all about the details. At the moment, you can get snowboard boot liners in all sizes, so whether you have small or big feet, you will definitely find the right ones!

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