Nike Zoom Kaiju Snowboard Boots

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Nike Zoom Kaiju Snowboard Boots
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REI (2014) $287.93
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USOutdoor.com (2014) $287.96
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From Nico Mueller dissecting hairy lines in the Alps, to Austin Smith sending booters and hitting rails across America, the Nike team has tested the Zoom Kaiju Men's Snowboard Boot just about everywhere there's snow and it's stood up to every test. The sole comes from Nike's running shoes and provides superior board feel and energy transfer, and the Outlast liner with space blanket technology keeps your feet warm for long days in the backcountry and long nights on the streets.

Inspired by Nike's Free sole on their top-of-the-line running shoes, the Kaiju's sole is very stiff from toe-to-heel for lightning-quick response, yet flexible from side-to-side for superior board feel. Neoprene flex zones allow you to tweak grabs and lay into turns without sacrificing support. The liner is heat-moldable for a custom fit, and internal liner lacing keeps your heel locked in to reduce fatigue. Space blanket technology under the footbed reflects heat back to your foot to help it stay warmer for longer. A Zoom Air heel cushion absorbs harsh impacts to protect your feet from big drops and overshot landings.Traditional lacing with Lace Lock allows you to independently adjust the tightness of the upper and lower zones of the boot so you can dial it in just how you like it.

Fabric:

  • Warming Blanket Strobel is a heat-reflective material in both the shell and the liner that helps retain heat and keep the cold out

Fit:

  • Lace locking hardware personalizes the fit by allowing the upper and lower zones to tighten independently of each other

Support and Cushioning:

  • Nike Free-inspired midsoles/outsoles feature embedded Zoom Air cushioning for superior comfort when on your board and when walking around

Insulation:

  • Internal lacing harnesses keep your heels locked down; neoprene flex zones at ankles encourage forward flex so you can rip big turns and control your edges

Weather and Wind:

  • High-end synthetic waterproof leather uppers keep feet dry; full-length internal backstays give boots a soft flex for great control in turns

Comfort:

  • Custom moldable polyethylene and EVA foam liners feature an easy-to-use, secure lace-lock power strap and stretchy neoprene toe boxes for extra comfort

Features:

  • Traditional lacing with Lace Lock
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Nike's premium boot for the rider who demands perfect flex and support from the first snow day to the last summer slush run. The legendary Kaiju Snowboard Boots are back for another sequel - the literal translation for Kaiju is "Strange Beast", or "Monster" - and this beast is ready to rampage once again.

Nike Snowboarding's top of the line ride will keep your feet satisfied run after run. Stocked with a ridiculous amount of performance features, the Zoom Kaiju is ready to take the mountain by storm. Perfect flex meets more board feel for an endless amount of fun.


Evo (2014)
Ever since Nike entered the snowboarding boots game they have been decimating the competition. With a handful of tried and true Nike technology that has been around for decades in their running shoes and other sports performance wear, the Nike Zoom Kaiju Snowboard Boots are one of the best boots on the market. With an internal flywire ankle harness for extra control and comfort and a heat moldable liner you can dial-in the fit of these boots to exactly what you need. Additional features include a Nike Free inspired outsole and a full-length external TPU backstay for added comfort and support.

REI (2014)

If you're an all-mountain rider who enjoys a softer boot, choose the Nike Zoom Kaiju snowboard boots. They feature Nike Free-inspired outsoles for a more connected feel to your board.

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USOutdoor.com (2014)
The Kaiju Boots from Nike are a part of the Nike are family and feauture Nike Zoom technology that will keep your feet perfectly in place from landing to takeoff. These boots have a Flywire lacing system that offers a custom lockdown as well an external TPU backstay for added support.
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Activity:Snowboarding
Also Good For: Park/Freestyle Aggressive Riding
Boot lacing system:Traditional with lace-lock/internal ankle harness
Comfort: Heat Moldable Liner Warming Blanket Strobel Liner/Shell Insulation Zoom Air Heel Cushioning Free Technology Sole
Details:External TPU backstay
Flex/Response: Neoprene Flex Notch High Rebound External TPU Backstay Flex Notched Eyestay Webbing Lace System Internal Flywire Cuff Ankle Harness
Lacing System:Flywire webbing lace system with neoprene eyestays and a flex nothc for quick tightening
Lacing Type:Traditional Lace
Liner Type:Heat Moldable
Liner lacing system:None
Liner material:Polyethylene/EVA foam
Midsole:Phylon with embedded Nike zoom unit
Moldable liner:Custom moldable
Outsole:Nike Free rubber outsole for durable traction and flexibility
Primary Ride Style:All Mountain
Riding style:All-mountain
Snowboard boot flex:Soft
Upper:Fully synthetic leathers with flex notches and external TPU backstay
Upper Material:Synthetic Upper with Flex notches
Warranty:2 Year Warranty (From Manufactured Date)
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Nike Zoom Kaiju Snowboard Boots Reviews:

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There is nothing more important to your snowboard setup than your boots. Comfortable and warm feet allow you to ride longer and harder. The Nike Kaiju is one the most comfortable boots out there. Its super lightweight and looks good. These run a little on the softer side and thus are the park riders favorite in the Nike line. The internal lacing keeps your foot snugly into the heel. The liner is heat-moldable and super cush. The outsole provides plenty of traction on slippery surfaces. I'd recommend these boots to anyone looking for a medium/soft boot that really excels in the park (thanks to flex and cushioning) but will still perform great all over the mountain.

Parker at Backcountry.com on 10/04/2013

...and that's just what they'll do. Most comfortable boots I've ever worn. Say goodbye to sore feet. They are a bit on the softer side, so park riding is where they do best. However they are still firm enough to enjoy the occasional pow day. They look just as good as they feel too, people are always complimenting them. Warmth-wise they do pretty well, just fine for most days but can get a little chilly when the temps drop below 20 F, unless you have really warm socks. I wear size 11 in street shoes, and size 10 in this boot.

Austin Owens at Backcountry.com on 01/14/2014

Bought these as a christmas present and i hear nothing but great things about them. Comfortable fit that adjusts perfect after first couple of times. Boot looks good and feels good! would recommend to everyone.

mva4944545 at Backcountry.com on 01/21/2014

This boot is the mecca of boots, so comfy, so clean, super sick profile, and well made.... worth every penny spent.

Andrew L at Backcountry.com on 01/03/2014