Best Womens Precision Boots of 2016

  • Ladies, do you need a boot that will hold up to high speed, trench digging carves on all kinds of terrain from resort to big mountain? Check out these boots and let us know which one you'll be going with in the comments below.

  • Thirty Two TM-Two Womens

    The 32 TM-Two Snowboard Boots have been the team favorite for years now. The Level 3 Liner's anatomical arch is both comfortable and supportive, and when paired with the System G2 Gel™, helps take the bite off of icy park knuckles. Known for their fit, flex, and durability, the 32 TM-Two Snowboard Boots please on any terrain. The Level 3 Liner 100% Heat Moldable Intuition Liners give you the option to custom the fit. Made of dual density Intuition foam for comfort, warmth, and support. The internal anatomical foam overlays and integrated pockets achieve optimal heel hold. A neoprene toe cap reduces toe pressure. Finished off with a Dual power wrap Velcro cuff closure. All women's liners include a Sherpa lined cuff.

  • K2 Contour

    Are you searching for medium flex mountain boots that will provide all day comfort? K2 Contour boots are perfect snowboard boots for women. The boots have double Boa lacing systems for good fit and adjustability. They have 3D liner foams for comfort and soles of harshmellow to absorb shocks, vibrations, and prevent dampening. They have medium flexes for comfort and 3D EVA foot bed. Additional features include the endo construction, which focuses on the structure of the boot for better fitting.

  • Nitro Faint

    Designed for aggressive women riders, Nitro Faint snowboard boots have Faint TLS features including the medium flex, which allows enhanced transfer of energy and control over the board while riding. The moldable cloud 9 liner has a D30 inner cushioning, which hardens upon hard impacts to protect your feet from the choppy and rough landings on snow. The boots have therminator to retain warmth. EVA midsoles have air dampening to prevent bruising of heels. Additionally, they have Vibram ice trek soles that aid traction in slippery terrains.

  • Salomon Lily Focus Boa

    This is one of the most comfortable snowboard boots for women, which is famous for offering top-notch performance and keeping your feet warm on the mountains. The boots have stiff flexes for support and halo three liners specially to keep your feet warm and comfortable. The special BOA laces simply mean that you won’t have to spend much time lacing them up and you can hit the icy terrains in no time. The lacings come with the choice of tightening or loosening the upper and lower sections separately.

  • Burton Supreme

    Burton Supreme boots have special PodBed dual density outsoles of B3 gel and EVA heels for comfort. They have medium flexes for support and responsiveness and medium power 1:1 power up tongue for durability and better rebound. The boot fits around the contour of your feet with precision and proves to be a comfortable one. The grip lite backstay creates a warm interface between the high back and the boot. The backstay is made of rubber and this makes it a lightweight boot.

  • DC Mora

    DC Mora caters to aggressive women riders who want to ride all day on the mountains. It has a stiff exterior, which makes it durable and a soft EVA foam lining inside for optimum comfort. The boots have anatomical J bar supports, which lock your heels to the ground and prevent lifts when bumpy landings come your way. The impact S foot beds help to reduce overall fatigue and pressure on your feet by absorbing impacts and vibrations as you ride.

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