As a link between your body and the board, snowboard shoes are one of the most important parts of a snowboarding kit. Properly covered, it will withstand a great deal of adverse conditions. So you have to check a lot of time and try different shoes to make sure that your foot size, jumping style and budget fit.
Snowboard shoes come in two forms, soft shoes and hard shoes. The soft boot consists of the outer part and the inner part, the outer part is usually made of leather, kind tools and rubber board. The inner plate is designed to keep your feet warm, dry and comfortable, protects them from heavy impacts and allows you to squeeze freely from the outer shoe. Soft shoes offer plenty of flex in most areas, and are ideal for both free ride and freestyle snowboarding. Tight shoes are similar to traditional ski shoes, the outer is made of hard plastic shell, but increases the ability to move the heel. Fitness is controlled by external networks and they are usually connected to the board via a plate attachment, which allows precise control and power transfer, making them popular among alpine racers. ۔ Like soft shoes, hard shoes have an inner plate for comfort. Tight shoes are not suitable for use with FreeStyle or FreeRide because they do not offer the required flexibility.
In terms of fitness, the most important factor in any snowboarding shoe is the strength of the heels. Shoes should fit your heels firmly and hold your heels firmly without moving upwards. When inspecting snowboard shoes, tie them tightly so that the heels are completely removed. If the shoe fits, the heel will rise above the ground as it indicates that your heel is strong. There are tools to improve it as needed. A butterfly is a device that wraps around your heels to lift your heels, a tongue board fits under the toe of the shoe, and heel straps are wrapped around the heels of your waterproof riding boots, which lower your heels. And push into the heel cup. Boot flex is also considered important and the flex you need varies depending on your jumping style. Freestyle shoes are softer, have liner inside and increase flexibility due to less cuts. Frered shoes, due to their hard surface, increase support and have an inner strap used to adjust the flex. For those who like alp riding, it is recommended to provide the necessary support for running in tight boots or trimming on compressed snow.
Your shoes work with ties to ensure a secure and comfortable connection to the snowboard, while not all shoes and tie combinations work together. Thus, it is recommended that boots and ties be equipped and purchased to ensure that they work well at the same time. Currently the most popular collection of shoes / ties is the soft boot and tie / current belt. Soft shoes are tied or tied with any strap, and the system offers flexibility and mobility as well as board comfort. Binding measures are less flexible because they have to be used with the same binding system bots, and although they are easier to access and exit the board, cheaper measures in the system often provide board control. Solid shoes can also be used with a combination with a plate lever that gives the snowboard extremely tight and direct control. With a small paddle all your movements are sent to the board and that is why the combination of tight shoes and boots is popular in free carvers, which require the highest control when making fast turns.
In general, whatever type of shoe you choose, your comfort should be the main focus. Uncomfortable shoes will reduce your time and reflect your best performance. Casual shoes should not be the most expensive pair in the store, but find a pair that holds your heels and ankles and is the most comfortable for you. It will give you the best platform, with which you will not have to hit the mountain slopes and after twenty minutes you will have to step back with pain and pride.