Snowboard Boot Sizes Conversion Charts

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snowboard boot size charts

Navigating the world of snowboard boot sizes can be daunting, especially when considering the different sizing systems across various regions and brands. This guide will help you understand snowboard boot sizes and conversions, ensuring you find the perfect fit for your snowboarding adventures.

Table of Contents

  1. Understanding Snowboard Boot Sizing
  2. Snowboard Boot Size Conversion Charts
    • Men’s Sizes
    • Women’s Sizes
    • Kids’ Sizes
      European Sizes
  3. Choosing the Right Snowboard Boots
  4. Boot Flex and Lacing Systems
  5. Tips for Trying and Buying Snowboard Boots
  6. Maintaining Your Snowboard Boots

1. Understanding Snowboard Boot Sizing

Snowboard boot sizing can vary significantly between manufacturers and regions. The most common sizing systems include Mondopoint (measured in centimeters), US, UK, and European sizes. Understanding how these systems convert can help you choose the right size no matter where you shop.

2. Snowboard Boot Size Conversion Charts

These conversion charts will help you find your equivalent size in different systems.

Men’s Snowboard Boot Sizes

Mondo (cm)Foot Length (in)USUKEU
249.456538
24.59.656.55.538.5
259.847639
25.510.047.56.540
2610.248740.5
26.510.438.57.541
2710.639842
27.510.839.58.542.5
2811.0210943
28.511.2210.59.544
2911.42111044.5
29.511.6111.510.545
3011.81121146
30.512.0112.511.547
3112.20131247.5
31.512.4013.512.548
3212.60141348.5
32.512.8014.513.549
3313.00151449.5
33.513.2015.514.550
3413.40161551

Women’s Snowboard Boot Sizes

Mondo (cm)Foot Length (in)USUKEU
218.274334
21.58.464.53.534.5
228.665435
22.58.865.54.536
239.066536.5
23.59.256.55.537.5
249.457638
24.59.657.56.538.5
259.848739
25.510.048.57.540
2610.249840.5
26.510.439.58.541
2710.6310942
27.510.8310.59.542.5
2811.02111043

Kids’ Snowboard Boot Sizes

Mondo (cm)Foot Length (in)US KidsUKEU Kids
155.918C725
15.56.109C826
166.309C826
16.56.5010C927
176.6910C927
17.56.8911C1028
18.57.2812C1129
19.57.6813C1230.5
207.871K1331
20.58.072K13.532
218.273K133
21.58.463.5K234
228.664K335
22.58.864.5K3.536
239.065K436.5
23.59.255.5K4.537
249.456K538
24.59.656.5K5.538.5
259.847K639

This detailed chart helps you find the right snowboard boot size for kids by providing accurate conversions between Mondopoint, US Kids, UK, and European sizes. It ensures a precise fit, which is crucial for comfort and performance on the slopes.

European Snowboard Boot Sizes by Brand

This table helps you see how different major brands convert foot length to European sizes, providing an essential reference for those looking to buy boots from specific brands

Foot Length (cm)Euro (evo.com)Euro (Adidas)Euro (Burton)Euro (K2)Euro (Ride)Euro (Rome)Euro (Salomon)
203133.3
20.53234
21333434.7
21.53435.3
223536353634.5
22.53636.73636.735.5
2336.536.537.336.537.336.536.5
23.5373837383737
24383838.73838.73838
24.538.539.33939.338.538.5
2539394040403939
25.5404040.740.540.74040
2640.540.541.34141.340.540.5
26.541414241.5424141.5
27424242.74242.74242
27.54342.543.342.543.342.542.5
2843.5434443444343
28.5444444.743.544.74443.5
294544.545.34445.344.544
29.545.5454644.5464544.5
304645.546.74546.745.545.5
30.54747.347.34646
3147.5474846484746.5
31.54848.748.747
3248.54849.34749.348.5
32.54950
3349.54850.7
33.55051.3
345152

3. Choosing the Right Snowboard Boots

When selecting snowboard boots, consider the following:

  • Flex: Softer boots are more forgiving and better for beginners and freestyle riders, while stiffer boots provide more support and responsiveness for advanced riders and freeriders.
  • Fit: Boots should be snug but not painfully tight. They will pack out over time, so they should be the tightest when new.
  • Lacing Systems: Choose between traditional laces, Boa systems, and speed laces based on convenience and personal preference.

4. Boot Flex and Lacing Systems

  • Softer Flex: Ideal for freestyle riding, offering better maneuverability.
  • Medium Flex: Suitable for all-mountain riding, providing a balance of support and flexibility.
  • Stiff Flex: Best for high-speed and aggressive riding, offering maximum support and responsiveness.

Lacing Systems

  • Traditional Laces: Customizable and easy to replace but can be challenging to adjust with gloves on.
  • Boa System: Quick and easy to adjust, even on the slopes, but can be expensive.
  • Speed Laces: A mix of both, offering quick adjustments and customizable tightness.

5. Tips for Trying and Buying Snowboard Boots

  • Try Before You Buy: Whenever possible, try on boots in person to ensure the best fit.
  • Check for Heel Lift: Your heel should stay in place when flexing your knees.
  • Wear Proper Socks: Use snowboard-specific socks when trying on boots for the most accurate fit.

6. Maintaining Your Snowboard Boots

  • Drying: Always remove the liners to dry them after each use.
  • Cleaning: Use mild soap and water to clean the exterior. Avoid harsh chemicals.
  • Storage: Store boots in a cool, dry place to prevent mold and mildew.

By understanding these key aspects of snowboard boot sizing and selection, you can ensure a comfortable and enjoyable snowboarding experience.

Author

  • Kyle Moore

    Kyle founded Kalook to merge his professional life with his love for the outdoors. When not working, Kyle enjoys hiking through nature, biking, camping, relaxing at the beach, exploring snowy terrains and forest walking.

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