It’s time to demand more from a boot – and luckily, the Track 700 is here to help. Designed for riders who want performance in a fluid yet firm flex, it sports an asymmetrical shell with new screwed canting and buckles, including forefoot buckles with a reengineered cable. Alternating matte and glossy components give the boot a stealth appearance. It’s no wonder high performance riders and racers rock the Track 700
Sometimes, one boot does it all. For proof, look no further than the Track 325. Both weekend warriors and racers looking for a forgiving flex back the Track 325. It sports all-new buckles and cables. And thanks to a range of optional tongues, you can customize the boot for a stiffer flex. With the Track 325, it’s always a good time to ride.
Sometimes, one boot does it all. For proof, look no further than the Track 325. This refined boot is at home making dynamic carves while its medium flex offers versatility. Thanks to a range of optional tongues, you can also customize the boot for a stiffer flex. With the Track 325, it’s always a good time to ride.
Don’t be fooled by its light weight – the Track 225 is heavy on performance. This hardboot offers lighter-weight riders a softer flex for smooth turns. With five forward lean options and a walk mode, it also allows you to find the perfect blend of comfort and precision. When it’s time to carve, tap the Track 225.
The HB Thermoflex Black liner’s EVA can be used out of the box or thermo molded for better fit. This liner has an overlap construction, and the reinforcement panels in front and rear area smooth pressure transition from the boot shell edge to the top edge of the liner.