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Men's Snowboard Boots Foraker 300

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Men's Snowboard Boots Foraker 300 is designed for beginners looking for comfortable and tolerant snowboard boots for progressing on all types of terrain.

Quick tightening at the bottom of the boot for very good foot support. Rip-tab at the top of the boot to wedge the tibia perfectly. Lightweight boots thanks to an EVA sole!

A photo of the Men's Snowboard Boots Foraker 300 in use


10 mm foam heel wedge: comfort and good foot support at moderate speed.

Easy to open/close

2-zone Fast Lock: quick instep tightening and tibial rip-tab.


Soft flex, allowing ankle flexion for better positioning.

Thermal insulation

EVA sole (80% air) to insulate from the cold ground.

Comfortable fit

Soft foam for maximum comfort. Thermoformable liner.


Ultralight sole with large studs for good grip on all types of snow


Ultralight EVA sole (80% air) for a lighter weight and cushioning.

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Snowboarding boots

My grandson was very happy with his snowboarding boots. They arrived when I was told.thanks

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Great for starting out

Used these for a week boarding. It was my third week total, and I'd had enough of uncomfy hire boots. These worked perfectly, stayed tight, and allowed me to continue tp progress. I would definitely recommend them.


El producto es perfecto

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Botas muy cómodas y perfecto encaje!!

Me asesoraron muy bien en la tienda(somos principiantes) de como probar las botas , como debian encajar para encontrar las que nos iban a ir perfectas...y acertaron totalmente. Buen producto y muy comodas

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Calidad-precio estupendo

Dudaba entre un 42 o 43 para un 42’5 de zapatilla deportiva Adidas pegasus, arriesgué pidiendo la talla 42 y he acertado. Son muy cómodas y ligeras, no pesan nada. Regalo acertado.

Contento con el resultado

Aunque los primeros usos me acabaron doliendo las espinillas se debía a que eran nuevas y se tenían que dar de sí, después de eso todo bien.

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Calidad precio esta bienn

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Botas económicas, un precio justo.

Se mueve un poco la plantilla, pero son bonitas, ligera, baratas, flexibles y no calan.

Gama barata no comorar

El año pasado compré esta gama de botas. Por muy baratas que sean, no comprar, es tirar el dinero. De seguida se te mojan y congelan los pies.

Hola Juan,

lamentamos tu experiencia con el producto. Lo tendremos en cuenta para remontarlo a la marca. No obstante, acércate a tu tienda Decathlon más cercana, e intentaremos resolver tu problema.

Gracias por contactar con nosotros.

Juanjo Moya
Monitor País deportes de nieve.
Incomodidad del pie izquierdo

Llevé las botas a cambiarlas por un talle más grande ya que sentía una opresión lateral en el pie derecho. El izquierdo no estaba mal (aunque la longitud del calzado se sentía menor que un talle 41) pero el izquierdo tenía dos puntos de presión anormales a ambos lados del pie. Sin esa falla me pareció un producto aceptable.

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Gracias por tu opinión, Miguel.

Tenemos en cuenta lo que nos dices para el desarrollo del producto.

Gracias por contactarnos.

Juanjo Moya
Monitor País deportes de nieve
Bon produit rapport qualité/prix.…

Bon produit rapport qualité/prix.

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Bon rapport qualité prix…

Bon rapport qualité prix pas plus. Léger problème d’étanchéité sur une journée de pratique.

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rien a dire…

rien a dire

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15 jours d'utilisation a la suis ravi de mon achat . Confortable solide et prix interessant.

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Bonne qualité prix

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Upper of

  • 100% Polyester cationic

Outer sole of

  • 100% Ethylene vinyl acetate

Lining and sock of

  • 100% Polyester cationic

Warm lining

  • 100% Polyester cationic

A word from the product manager

"We designed this boot to offer you a good compromise between comfort and easy tightening. The improvements for the 2017-2018 season are: - quick tightening focused on the instep for better support and a rip-tab added at the shins to eliminate the gap between the shins and the tongue; - wider fit to ensure good support and comfort for all; - very lightweight, shock absorbent and insulating EVA sole (80% air) that protects from cold ground.

Fast lock 2-zone tightening system

The boot's easy tightening system was created following a comment made by one of our instructors: "we need to do away with traditional laces that have to be tied, I waste too much time at the beginning of my lessons tightening my clients' laces" 1. Quick and powerful tightening concentrated at the instep, to support the foot. 2. A rip-tab at the shins to close the gap between the shins and the tongue.

Boot flex/stiffness

This boot was deliberately designed with a soft flex. It is comfortable to use, reduces physical fatigue and allows you to fully enjoy your day on the snow. It also has the benefit of helping beginners adopt a good position on their board: flexed ankles to prevent straightening the legs. In order to have the reactivity required for snowboarding, you need to keep your knees bent. Beginning with a boot that is too stiff puts you at a disadvantage.

Heel support: level 1 liner

Foot support is essential when snowboarding, to be able to correctly steer your board (the foot inside the liner and the liner inside the boot). The level 1 liner uses the following 5 technologies: 1. boots thermoformable at home 2. ""Comfort Heel Pad"" ankle bone foam 3. 3-point liner tightening 4.""Hook and Loop Link"" link between liner and shoe 5. Double layer of foam at the tongue on the instep: support and comfort.

1. self-thermoforming sock liner

1. Heat your oven to 175°F on convection mode 2. Remove the inner soles from the sock liners and place the sock liners on the oven rack covered with a sheet of baking paper 3. Wait 15 minutes 4. While wearing a pair of ski-snowboard socks, put the insoles back in place, put the sock liners on your feet and tighten them fully. 5. Put the boots on and tighten fully 5. Wait for 15 minutes, without moving. Repeat as often as you like. ONLY ON BUILT-IN OVENS 22" x 23.6" x 22"

2. "heel pad comfort" malleolus foam

The ankle foam padding fills the space below and behind the ankle in order to secure the heel. The level 1 liner has 10 mm thick single-material ankle foam that is quite soft. The aim is to provide the right heel-foot support for the type of boot. Indeed, the faster you go, the more energy is involved, hence, the more foot support you will need. The Comfort Foam padding fulfills this goal by providing maximum comfort for all.

3. "3-point" sock liner fastening system

A 3-point tightening system (rather than a 4-point system) has 2 big advantages: - support: it is very good at securing the heel in place because there's less friction with the laces and it maximizes the energy transferred to the 3rd and final tightening point, situated at the ankle for optimum support - warmth: the lack of a 4th tightening point at the instep allows the blood to flow more easily to the toes. This keeps your toes warm.

4. "hook and loop link" between the sock liner and boot

We've added a rip-tab at the back between the sock liner and the boot. The aim? To reduce slippage of the sock liner inside the boot so that you can control your board better because it is not enough to simply keep your foot in the sock liner: if the sock liner moves inside the boot, you will not be able to steer your board as well.

5. double layer of foam at the tongue on the instep

We have added a 2nd thickness of foam on the tongue and at the instep for the following 2 reasons: - to hold the foot more securely at the bottom of the sock liner - to increase comfort by preventing the laces from cutting off blood flow in the high-pressure areas.


This boot has a flat insole. It provides comfort and thermal insulation. If you feel the need to secure your foot more tightly in the sock liner, you have the following 2 options: - buy a pre-formed sole at the arch and heel of the foot - buy a sole that can be thermoformed to the shape of your foot. This is the most efficient solution.

Sole: traction, grip, cushioning and thermal insulation

Our Ultralight sole is made only of EVA. EVA is a very light material containing 80% air. This formulation is designed to resist abrasion while retaining its cushioning properties. It is naturally very insulating and protects against the cold rising from the ground. We designed a tread pattern with large lugs to provide very good grip. They are spaced quite far apart so that any accumulated snow can be easily removed.



Storage instructions

At the end of the day, remove the sock liner from the boot to allow air to flow more freely inside and speed up drying. Also, remove the insole from the liner to dry fully overnight.

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