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Leisure & Recreation
Client: Decathlon (France)
Design: Decathlon (France)
The single lace concept of the FRP snowboard boots is an exclusive system that tightens and blocks at the same time, cutting buckle-up time in half. The boot volume has been compressed by fixing the inner boot to the outer boot, creating more room to slide it on. A comfortable and technical multi-zoned tongue allows for powerful and reactive weight transfer. These revolutionary boots also dry faster because they are designed to open up wider. This is the first pair of boots on the market that enables snowboarders with a shoe size over 43 European to ride a standard-width board.