The Onyx is a well balanced snowboard boot by Flow, it has all the features to get you from a beginner into a slope slaying rider that isn't afraid to push the limits. The performance, comfort and fit of this boot will allow you to progress and have fun every day on the mountain.
Flow spent over a decade perfecting the fit and feel of their boots, using proprietary and anatomically designed inner and outer lasts. These boots will offer a great fit right out the box that will last season after season. The BFT FreeTrack is an all-rubber outsole designed to support the anatomy of your foot and give you that authentic bare-foot feel.
The 2 Feather Liner is made from standard density comfort foam, It features a vented tongue to reduce moisture and Velcro positioning tabs to eliminate drifting. While Custom Flex Zone in the forefoot improve your fit. Integrated Lacing Liner and Internal J-Bars make sure your heels stay in place. Last but not least, the Soft Die-Cut EVA insole will provide your feet with comfort and extra vibration dampening.
The BOA closure system provides custom comfort with smooth, even closure and no pressure points. Super easy to use, you get in and out of your boots lightning fast, and BOA reels offer an infinite degree of adjustability and on-the-fly micro adjustments with just a turn of the BOA dial. Once locked into place, BOA reels and laces stay that way, and the aircraft-grade stainless steel laces are both super light and incredibly strong. Gram for gram, the BOA lace is stronger than tank armor! All BOA components are guaranteed for life.
Please take care to measure your feet accurately. Snowboard boots are made in either US or Mondopoint (cm) sizes.
For your Mondopoint Size, measure your larger foot in centimetres with your heel against a hard surface.
Please consider that your usual European (EU) size, may be different in a snowboard boot.
When your boots arrive, if they feel tight, don't panic! Snowboard Boots have foam liners which will wear in over time.
Flow revolutionized the snowboard industry in 1996, when they introduced a binding with a reclining highback for so-called speed entry. Not yet satisfied, they went on to create barefoot feel boots and boards to complete the whole package. Changing the world, one happy snowboarder at a time.