- All mountain performance
- Boa enables solid fit
- Heat moldable liner
- The laces on the liner can snag on the buckle
- The sole is stiffer than most
A confident boot for all mountain riding, the Lasso can do a little bit of everything, but best for powerful riders. The Ride is built for advanced, all-mountain freestyle riders. Lightweight, the Lasso feels good underfoot. And, with three colorways, it’s one of the better looking boots available. We had some hiccups with the heat moldable liner: the cables got crossed in the buckle. Frustrating, since the kink happened first thing in the morning, but it was fixable.
Out of the box, the fit is comfortable, and like a lot of snowboard boots, you may want to go a full size smaller than your street shoes. The insole is heat moldable, but we didn’t do that. so it took longer than we’d like to break in.
Lightweight, the Lasso is a featherweight underfoot, making it one of the most responsive boots in the test.
The boot held up okay, but we had a few hiccups with the liner early on.
Comfortable and softer than a bunch of boots in the test, it was one of the most comfortable boots we tested.
The Lasso was predictable on and off snow.
How We Tested It
We tested this boot at Mammoth Mountain, June Mountain, Aspen, Snowmass, and Highlands in the backcountry and on mountain. We rode various board and binding set-ups, but we most often on the a Burton Tough Cat
The products featured in this test have been loaned to the Gear Institute. For more on our policies regarding editorial objectivity and sample returns, see here.
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