2020 Ride Triad Snowboard Boots Review

2020 Ride Triad Snowboard Boots Review

Chris O'Shea's gives his thoughts on the all-new 2020 Ride Triad Snowboard Boots 

Ride Triad Snowboard Boots

IntuitionTM Mobile Foam Liner. Traditional lace with Boa® Tongue Tied. Side reel provides a secure fit in the ankle and eliminates the need for a traditional harness. Lock DownTM Turbo provides secure, no slack liner lace hold. Flexlight outsole delivers impact absorption, stability, and traction. The Triad is a mid-flexing boot for the freestyle focused rider.

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Hello everybody, Chris O'shea from Welcomesnow.com. and this is the RIDE TRIAD BOOT.

So you've got a natural lace boot up at the front and then a boa on the side. On the inside the boa is connected to a strap that comes around the front through which will give you a really strong heel hold. 

2020 Ride Triad Snowboard Boots Review

The biggest thing about Ride Boots is that they are definitely a lot lighter than any other boots on the market. 

2020 Ride Triad Snowboard Boots Review

The Ride Triad Boots is light as a feather so a really great boot in my opinion. It’s a soft to medium flexing boot, so it’s not the stiffest boot out there, so it’s going to be great for the beginner to intermediate riders.

2020 Ride Triad Snowboard Boots Review

These boots are also great for someone with a skinny foot that has trouble with heel hold. A great feature of this boot is that it doesn’t have a super wide profile which means that the intuition liner will model more snugly to the foot.

2020 Ride Triad Snowboard Boots Review

The Ride Triad Boot liner is heat moldable, so when you purchase these, the store will heat mold them perfectly to your foot, which makes your first day riding a dream.

2020 Ride Triad Snowboard Boots Review

So, the 2020 Ride Triad Boot is a stealth black looking boot that is super comfortable and super light. Get around it!


The Ride Triad Boot 2020. 

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