Ride Scarlet LDZ Snowboard Boots (Women's)
The Ride Scarlet LDZ womens snowboard boots are unique all-mountain boots ready to take on the most aggressive pow-shredding sessions. Made to be supportive and versatile, the Scarlet LDZ features Rides Body ActiveTM Support Foam combined with the heat moldable IntuitionTM liner. Rides quick and easy-to-use Lock-Down Zonal speed lace system adds to the precise fit of the Scarlet LDZ. A liner harness keeps your heels snug, while the internal Deep Draw lacing provides confidence-inspiring foot hold.
- Body ActiveTM Support Foam and IntuitionTM liner technology with AegisTM antimicrobial coating
- Liner has internal Thermo-Formable and external J Bars for heel hold
- 3D Thermo-Formable liner bottom, HP insert with air bag landing pads
- Nub sole
- Articulating cuff, 3D formed tongue
- Detachable tool pouch
Questions and Answers
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"Can I wear these snowboard boots for casual wear- say if i wanted to go out to the movies-dinner- or would they be to uncomfortable?"
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Question by jenniferjosh on 1/17/2011 - 5:02 pm
"Snowboard boots are very stiff and do not allow for much movement. Then are also angled to have you lean forward. They are difficult to walk in. I would defiantly suggest that you do not wear then for anything other than snowboarding, regardless of how cute they are ;)"
Answer by Mr. T (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/29/2011 - 1:34 pm
"can you recommend a good snowboard boot for an intermediate advanced boarder who also has a winder foot. We like a little on the stiff side for bending. can you help? "
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Question by nancy on 3/30/2011 - 11:58 am
"To recommend the board that will work best for you I need more information, like height and weight also your ridding style, freeride, freestyle and terrain of preference groomers park/pipe or all mountain ....."
Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/30/2011 - 2:10 pm
"What are the primary differences between this boot and the Burton Mint? How does the flex compare?"
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Question by emily on 10/25/2011 - 11:39 pm
"The primary difference is the lacing mechanism. The Burton boot has the speed lacing system, you can adjust the laces in the lower and upper boot separately. The Ride has a traditional lace system. The Burton boot has a flex of 3 being on the soft side. The Ride boot is described as having a medium flex."
Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/26/2011 - 10:23 am
Average Customer Rating: 4/5 (1 customer reviews)