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Vans Hi-Standard OG Snowboard Boots - Women's 2020

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Vans Hi-Standard OG Snowboard Boots - Women's 2020


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For a classic look with modern performance, you don't have to look any further than the Vans Hi-Standard OG Snowboard Boots. Just like your favorite skate shoes but beefed up for the mountain, these boots include a V1 UltraCush Liner that provide support and comfort while the Internal Web Harness molds to the shape of your foot so that you can shred all season long. The classic V1 Waffle Lug is proven to provide superior lightweight traction while keeping the low profile silhouette so you can bring your own personal style to the mountain.


Flex Rating: Flex Rating – 4 - 5
Footbed: V1 POPCUSH Footbed features single density PopCush™ construction with an EVA heat-moldable arch, 3D anatomical shape, airflow perforations and a moisture-wicking top sheet
Lacing System: Traditional Laces
Liner: V1 UltraCush Liner with Smartwool provides comfort and support with a forgiving feel
Outsole: V1 Waffle Lug honors the original waffle sole on skate shoes. Still one of the most effective for grip and traction on the market today




How a boot flexes is both a matter of performance and preference. Boot companies typically rate boot flex from soft to stiff (and varying points in between). Softer boots often work well for freestyle riders who value playfulness and maneuverability, while boots more well suited to freeride conditions tend to be stiffer to better handle higher speeds and critical terrain.

All-mountain boots typically fall somewhere between the softer freestyle boots and stiffer freeride boots, but how well they suit your style of riding is a matter of preference. If you tend toward faster, more critical lines, then a stiffer, all-mountain boot is probably for you. If you find yourself enjoying more playful runs on the hill and occasional visits to the terrain park and halfpipe, a softer boot may be what you need.


Traditional lacing allows riders to lace up like they would any any pair of boots or shoes, so you get a reliable, traditional feel. Adjustments on the hill may prove difficult with frozen fingers, but that’s what gloves are for, right? Traditional lacing requires little to maintenance, because, if you blow a lace, it’s easy to replace and inexpensive.


Thermoformable foam liners make use of the heat from your foot to break in and mold more precisely to each rider, providing a more personalized, unique fit. The break in time is relatively quick, too, with riders typically seeing results after the first day of on the


Snowboard boots use traditional street sizing. (It’s pretty straightforward.)

As for fit, your boots should be snug, but not tight. (I’d like to say “like a firm handshake,” but we all know that one guy who thinks a handshake is an opportunity to display dominance and the shake ends up being aggressively tight, so never mind. Forget that comparison.)

When you’re trying one boots, your toes shouldn’t be cramped and they should gently brush the inside of the boot’s toecap when you move them around. As you ride in them, your boot’s liner will soften up some and should give you that custom fit and feel.

Your heel should fit snugly in the back of the boot and when you drive your knee forward and flex into the boot, your heel shouldn’t lift off the boot’s insole.


Wear the same socks you’ll be riding in when you try boots on. We recommend a pair of thinner wool or synthetic snowboarding socks that cut down on bulk and wick moisture from your feet. (Get this: We’ve got those, so you can grab a pair here.)

Your feet swell a bit during the day, so try boots on in the afternoon to avoid going home with a pair that ends up being too tight once you start riding.

First tighten any liner lacing and then tighten whatever lacing system the boot has.

Walk around the shop in the boots. Flex forward and back, side to side. Stand with your feet as far apart as they would be if you were clicked in and drive your knees forward to feel for any significant heel rise. Remember: Flexing forward and back simulates putting pressure on your toe and heel edges, so you don’t want your heel to rise or slip too much.

Again, if you have questions, come into U.S. Outdoor to talk with our qualified boot fitters to determine your ideal size and fit.
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