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Snowboard boots are an important part of snowboarding.
And that's why it's all about the fit and comfort.
The boot has different Flex units. Flex means nothing the degree of hardness when you bending the boot. Whether he is hard or softer.
Anyone who has ever tried on a snowboard shoe and driven, knows that it is not easy. So that the boot sits best, the fit is really important. It should be like this: Get in your boot and slip with the heel back. Then tie the boot. Now when you stand upright, your toes should lightly touch the soft inner shoe forward. But as soon as you go down to your knees (importantly) leave your heel on the ground, your toes should not touch the liner when you move them !!!
In itself, boots should always sit closer. But not so tight as the foot falls asleep!
Attention! Each snowboard boot manufacturer has a different fit and therefore you can not say exactly which boat fits best.
Snowboard boots have to be riding in just as painfully as ski boots until it fits best. You can get with special boots some help, because you can bake them and they'll fit better. It's just possible with the "Intuition" Boots, for example from Thirtytwo.