The latest snowboard boot release from Vans is what the brand is calling the most customizable boot for the sport.
The Pat Moore Infuse boot — which is in stores now and on Vans’ website with a $360 retail price — is what the brand is calling a multifaceted, performance-driven boot designed for every kind of snowboard terrain possible.
The boot’s ability to customize quickly comes from the brand’s new Hybrid Plus technology, which allows for closure accuracy and flexibility. Vans said snowboarders in the boot can “bomb a hill full-throttle with total support, and then adjust to a softer boot profile on the go with ease.”
“I use all of the customizable features of the Infuse as my season evolves. This last season, I set up a new pair by heat molding the liners and using the Boa and lace system to wear the boots at a medium flex to ride park and street,” Moore said in a statement. “Switching to backcountry, I put in the tongue stiffeners and crank the Boa down to add support for powder riding. Then, when it’s time for spring slush conditions, I take the tongue stiffeners out for a loose boot to just mess around and have fun in.”