Above: The Deeluxe Edge Snowboard Boot, 2019 – 2020
Deeluxe boots are looking super tight this year, and we’ve rounded up some of their hottest products for you that we were introduced to us at ISPO 2019. With Euro-carving making such big waves in the scene, it makes sense to bring out a boot that caters to its needs. The Deeluxe Ground Control snowboard boot looks like a bit of a Frankenstein, a quasi-ski boot style shell morphed with a board boot upper. The result is a smaller footprint with a mad stiff flex pattern so you can really crank in your turns and get low when ripping and gripping.
“The result is a smaller footprint with a mad stiff flex pattern so you can really crank in your turns and get low when ripping and gripping”
Also looking super fresh for next year is the Deeluxe Footloose snowboard boot, a boot designed with pow surfing in mind. Deeluxe have taken out all the standard reinforcing found in a traditional snowboard boot, and have ended up with a hectic soft little number for surfing the white wave. Comfort is always key, and you could most certainly find yourself stomping around the resort after hours in a pair of these bad boys, an après boot that doesn’t make you look like you’re midway through an arctic expedition.
“With hundreds of black and brown snorefest boots on the market, the bold choice of red really stands out”
The Team ID is a limited release just for the lucky rippers who ride for Deeluxe, but fear not as they’ve kindly brought out a similar colourway for us serfs who don’t quite make the cut. With hundreds of black and brown snorefest boots on the market, the bold choice of red really stands out. Get red-y for it…
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