ride fuse snowboard boots
I’ve been riding for about 8 years now and I’m still not one of those people who can ride anything without any problem. That said, there are days when the need for some light, non-slippery footing is so great that I’m forced to use my trusty snowboard boots. I put them on in the morning and ride around town for a bit before I head off to work.
Im not a big fan of boots in general but I do like them on a snowboard, so I have a soft spot for them. To me, the only reason they haven’t worn out is because I use them so frequently that they get a bit hot and I have to keep them on a little too long.
I guess I could be a bit hypocritical here, because the snowboard boots I use have not been used as much as I would like. I’ve been riding them for a few years now, but I ride them so infrequently that they are starting to get a bit warm. Although I have not yet fallen off a cliff, I have been on some very steep, icy rides in them recently that I am not too happy about.
It really has to do with the durability of the snowboard boots, and the fact that they are a bit too warm to be riding on, which is why they have to be worn so long. If you ride a lot, you will eventually realize that the boots are too warm, because you cant ride them at all.
I think I have finally broken down and bought some of the new RideFuse snowboards. They are made by a company that seems to be well-known in the snowboarding world. But the brand name seems to be stuck in my head forever.
RideFuse is the company behind the new line of snowboards by the same name. The snowboard boots are made of a light-weight EVA foam, which makes them very responsive to your feet. They are also made of a material that is very absorbent. That makes them much faster to wear than normal snowboards, which also is great for getting to the top.