- SIZES: UK 3-12
- FLEX: 8/10
- LACING SYSTEM: Speed Lace
You can never have too much of a good thing, and the Deeluxe ID Lara is testament to that fact. On the market for more than a decade, these remain of the most popular women’s boots in the game. A perfect marriage of comfort and support, with a versatile all-terrain flex, these are your go anywhere, do anything resort rippers.
A free-standing, heat mouldable liner boot with its own internal lacing is housed inside the Pro Flex shell, with dedicated midzones to allow for easy forward flex, without damaging the outer. Deeluxe’s L2 Lacing System has a dual zone speed lace for quick and easy tightening over the top of the foot, and up to the top of the boot. A power strap cinches the tongue against the liner, eliminating shin bang and sore spots. This all sits on top of their Skate Flex sole, blending cushioned zones with grippy spots for extra board feel.
“A free-standing, heat mouldable liner boot with its own internal lacing is housed inside the Pro Flex shell”
From cold winters mornings to slushy spring afternoons your boot has to be able to handle it all. Premium materials in the shell protect against the elements and Deeluxe’s Thermo Block technology reflects heat back into the boot to keep it toasty.
Women’s bodies are different to mens, and that’s just a fact, we’re generally smaller, lighter and much better looking, so we need boots that’ll work specifically with us. Deeluxe change up the lace handle on their women’s models to better fit in smaller hands and to be able crank the lace in with less effort, with the shell coming up slightly lower to adjust for height difference. These are only little things, but it’s this attention to detail that sets Deeluxe apart from the pack.
A great boot for a rider who doesn’t want to pigeonhole themselves, it’s soft and playful enough to jib around, but supportive and stable enough for big landings and ripping groomers. The ID Lara is also available in Burgundy, but we just had to get our hands on the Gray Mosaic. Designed by the ultra-stylish Miyon Yamaguchi, her artistic skills are only surpassed by her insane tech skills on a snowboard.