Adidas Snowboard Boots

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear, Style

Powerhouse footwear label adidas is officially taking the plunge into the world of snowboard boots, introducing the first ever adidas snowboard boot collection for the fall and winter 2013/2014 season.

Adidas has toyed with the idea of snowboarding boots in the past, introducing a few random silhouettes here and there, but this new collection is the real deal. Packed with a ton of features from the Recco avalanche technology to the Aerotherm thermal barrier, there are two different models in the new lineup. We’ve got the Blauvelt (which will serve as the signature boot for snowboarder Jake Blauvelt), and a pair of boots modeled after the popular Samba sneakers with the same name. Built for durability, the boots have been outfitted with a continental rubber, and even include recycled coffee ground materials to help combat foot odor. Expect both models to release on the adidas online store during this holiday season.

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