Lynx Snowboard Boot - Men's Military, 10.5 - Good
Men's Snowboard Boots Product Information
*There are no holes or rips on the shoes. All seams intact.
*The soles are slightly dirty.
*The upper parts are minor scratches.
*Tongue on right boot keeps slipping causing loss of support.
Size: Male 10.5
Retail Cost: $279.95
Styled after one of DC's most iconic skate kicks, the DC Men's Lynx Snowboard Boot delivers a skate-like feel for slaying terrain parks, slashing through tight trees, and racking up powder turns. Its articulated construction increases flexibility when you're taking your tricks into natural terrain and tweaking grabs off park kickers. The Lynx features a mid-stiff flex, making it a great all-around boot for ripping anything on the mountain.
Its traditional laces leverage DC's Wrap Lock Hardware to prevent slippage, effectively turning into a zonal lacing system as you can tighten each zone independently. Lending extra durability for long-lasting use, the Wolverine waterproof leather upper features 3M Scotchguard for extra protection from outside moisture and stains. This water and stain-repellent is especially useful when you're riding on sopping-wet, dirt-stained spring snow.
DC's top-end liner, the Black Liner, combines ultra-cush EVA memory foam with high-rebound, heat-moldable EVA. This combination encourages a super-comfy fit straight from the box that conforms to your foot over time for customized support without pressure points. Built directly into the liner to increase moisture transport and enhance thermo-regulation, Aerotech Ventilation keeps your feet from overheating during fast-paced riding and strenuous hikes, especially on warmer spring days. Other key features include a single-density PU Impact S footbed to soak up vibration from rough snow, as well as a Contact Unilite + Rubber sole for an ideal mix of lightweight performance and rugged grip.
Skate-inspired classic. (DCSA0RC)
QUESTION: Can you explain the problem with the right tongue more
ANSWER: Not completely sure about this. The tongue of the outer shell may be slightly loose at the bottom of the laces on both boots but not sure if when laced up that they would still be loose or the laces would hold them tight. The laces for the inside liners have working Velcro straps. The plastic pieces that you use to tighten and hold the liner laces seem to slip fairly easily after tightening them and do not seem to lock in place to hold laces tight. Hope this helps.
Men's Snowboard Boots
Lynx Snowboard Boot