Our pick of this season's best Deeluxe snowboard gear

Driven by a tight-knit crew of dedicated riders, Deeluxe has been making boots since 1996 and know a thing or two about keeping snowboarders’ feet happy. With something for every ability and price point, Deeluxe have got you covered.

Innovators within the boot industry, Deeluxe were the first brand to bring a thermo-mouldable liner to market and have been at the forefront of introducing technologies like customisable flex, speed lacing, and zonal tightening to their models. They’ve got decades of experience and know-how that gets poured into every single boot they make. So, rest assured, they’ve got your back… and your feet.

With a rider roster that spans from Eiki Helgason and his urban jibbing, to the classic all-mountain freestyle of Elias Elhardt and mega features booster Kevin Backstrom, to the big mountain lunacy of Xavier De Le Rue, it’s clear Deeluxe boots offer something for the full spectrum of snowboarding.

The Deeluxe team riders have always been part of Deeluxe’s boot evolution, as their input has played a crucial role in developing and refining the boots – hence the brand’s multiple pro signature lines.


Scroll down or select from the links below to check out our reviews of this season’s best DEELUXE snowboard gear.



Deeluxe Team ID Ltd Snowboard Boot 2022-2023

Whitelines Choice Winner: Best Snowboard Boot (Unisex)
PRICE: £300 / €320 / $300

For their services to feet, the crew at Deeluxe deserve a Nobel Prize. With a massive stable of models, many of which have stood the test of time, it’s a name you can trust. Plus most years, something comes along that raises the quality bar even higher.

The Deeluxe Team ID Ltd ticks both boxes. It’s built on a solid, team-rider-approved, foundation but also offers a new level of comfort for the most discerning feet.

Who are The Deeluxe Team ID Ltd For?

Surprise, surprise: this team-focused boot is built for freestyle. If happiness for you is heading to the park with a bag full of sandwiches, energy drinks and GoPros, these are exactly the kind of things you should have on your feet.


Selected for the Whitelines 100 – read our review of the 2022-2023 Deeluxe Team ID Ltd here


Deeluxe Formative Snowboard Boot 2022-2023

PRICE: £330 / €350 / $350

Elias Elhardt is the owner of one of the finest styles – and one of the biggest smiles – in snowboarding. He’s pure stoke, and it’s great to see he’s had input into the new Deeluxe Formative.

While the plan was to make an eco-friendly boot, both brand and rider have acknowledged that you can only push that side of things so far before you end up with a product that doesn’t last the distance (and is therefore soon landfill fodder – the polar opposite of sustainability). Still, the Formative is stepping in the right direction at least, with no compromise to performance.

Who are The Deeluxe Formative For?

Deeluxe say that a pair of these can go anywhere and do anything – and we’re inclined to agree, with one caveat. If you mostly like cruising the resort, while occasionally getting the heart-rate up in the park or backcountry, move along. If you’re the other way round, these are for you.


Selected for the Whitelines 100 – read our review of the 2022-2023 Deeluxe Formative here


Deeluxe DNA Player Snowboard Boot 2022-2023

PRICE: £240

Loosey goosey baby! In our humble opinion, the Deeluxe DNA is one of the coolest looking boots on the market, and yes we know you shouldn’t buy boots based on aesthetics alone but c’mon they’re nice to look at, right? They’ve also got a lot going for them aside from the look, including a heat moldable thermoliner, dual zone lacing with heel lock from BOA and a power strap for increased response. The DNAs are definitely built for freestyle, and while you could wear them to hit the pro line kickers, we’re thinking more jibby features and street spots. They’re super flexible to allow you to get really creative with tweaking and poking, and will lend themselves to fun and creative features.



Deeluxe ID Dual BOA Snowboard Boot 2022-2023

PRICE: £350

This might be more of a ‘Captain Sensible’ option compared to something like the DNA, but the ID Dual Boa is one of the most versatile boots in Deeluxe’s line. It does lean more towards the freestyle end of the spectrum, but the middle of the road flex makes it a real winner for playful riding all over the mountain. BOA is a solid choice as a lacing system because of its ease of use and lifetime guarantee, Deeluxe have used a dual boa system to allow you to independently tighten both the top and bottom sections of the boot. Add in the cushy liner boot, the supportive footbed and grippy sole unit, and you’ve got a boot that’s comfy to wear day in and day out.



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