Northwave Boots 2009-2010

06 Apr, 2009


Since 1991, Northwave has been dressing snowboarder’s feet with comfort, support and technical features in snowboard boots.  Their R&D this year introduces the new T-track system, offering a close similiarity to the BOA system.  
Northwave T-Track and Decade SL Boots
Men’s

 

There was one stand out for boots at SIA, it was the Northwave T-track men’s boot.  A very different design for a boot closure than anything else I saw at the show.  I played around with it for some time just to see how it worked and I was impressed, didn’t see too difficult and user friendly.  Be interesting to see what people think when it hits the salesfloors.
Northwave T-Track boots
Men’s

 

Northwave Decade SL Boots
Men’s

 

Northwave Wired and Legend SL (right two boots)
Men’s

 

Northwave Legend SL and Revolution Boots
Men’s 

 

Northwave Devine SL, Wired, Opal SL, Opal SL and Dahlia Boots
Women’s

 

Northwave Dahlia (left two boots) and Dime Boots
Women’s

 

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5 Comments

  1. Hanh
    April 06, 2009
  2. Shayboarder
    April 06, 2009

    hahaha yeah that’s me! That’s from my Utah trip with Hybrid Sessions aka zboy! We stopped at Burger King…it’s a luxury we don’t get in Steamboat.

  3. Hanh
    April 07, 2009

    dont forget the rodeo burger! life saver i dont even pack lunches anymore its just 3 burgers for lunch and one for the drive home!

  4. Anonymous
    April 07, 2009

    they should make it possible to change tounges on the t-track, or any boot for that matter. imagine being able to get a tounge that flexes just the way you want to, or be able to switch flex depending on what you will be riding that day…

  5. Shayboarder
    April 07, 2009

    haha funny!

    Anonymous…good idea, Rome does that with their bindings to adjust the flex and I’d like to see that in boots. Definitely after my boots soften up, be good to increase the stiffness in some way.