The V-66 snowboard boot delivers classic styling with premium materials and traditional laces. This soft-medium flexing boot is suited for every rider and every terrain except for the rider who prefers a stiffer boot.
The Tongue Lock Down system aids in pulling the tongue down as you tighten up your boots, helping to eliminate heel lift. The Reach Around cuff strap is attached to the inside shell of the boot and provides the opportunity to wrap it around either the internal liner or the exterior tongue. This allows you to easily customise the boots fit and response. A heat retention layer between the outsole and liner will keep warmth inside and cold outside of the boot.
The Response Liner consists of a dual-density, heat-moldable core, and an asymmetrical X - Cage, which harmonises with the bone and ligament structure in the foot to ensure an anatomical and supportive fit. This probably gives you the best heel hold you can imagine. The Dri- Lex® anti-moisture coating, a closed seam micro suede cuff, and tongue, as well as the Comfort Flex Toe Box, will make it comfortable in all weather conditions. The V2 footbed offers a 3D-molded anatomical shape that features a dual-density Ultracush construction with forefoot and heel impact absorption. Additional Airflow perforations ensure air circulation inside the Liner.
The combination of an UltraCush™ Lite midsole surrounded by aggressive perimeter lug patterns results in an extremely lightweight sole with enhanced grip and snow-releasing properties.
Metatarsal flex grooves in the midfoot region provide additional flex and a better feel for the board.
The traditional laces with Instep Lace Lockout will lock your feet into place with the support of double-posted gripping lace hooks, while an internal web harness will keep your liner tight around the feet for a locked feel.
This product runs small in size. We suggest sizing up for this product.
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.
Nothing really says skateboarding like Vans! Their first skate shoe was produced in 1966 and it's been a smooth, innovative ride ever since. Expanding the product lines into surfing and snowboarding, Vans always stay true to their roots and focused on keeping the quality of their products at the highest level. Dedication to the sports always comes first in their mind.