We all already know that Vans is a great brand, even legendary. With 50 years of experience in the action sports shoes and apparel field, Vans has also been offering a wide selection of snowboard boots with the signature Vans details that we all love for over 20 years.
Reconnu pour avoir créé les chaussures de skate les plus appréciées et durable dans ce domaine, Vans n’a pas fait exception à la règle en ce qui concerne sa collection bottes de snowboard. Conçues pour résister à toutes les manœuvres que vous atterrissez, à tous les virages que vous effectuez et à toutes les chutes que vous subirez, les bottes de snowboard Vans ne vous feront jamais faux bond.
With a variety of models featuring the signature classic, yet simple look from vans, these boots are so comfortable, durable and distinguished that you could wear them anytime during the winter. However, the mountain is where they will excel the most.
A favorite in the Empire Snow team
We are proud to count several Vans athletes among the Empire Snowboard team. Phil Jacques, Will Lavigne, Dillon Ojo and Benji Ritchie, for example. According to the Vans Snowboarding team page, these legendary riders all claim to love V-66 above all. No wonder this model was named the freestyle boot of the year 2015-2016 by Transworld Snowboarding.
- Traditional lace, mid-flexing, all-mountain boot with classic style.
- Heat-moldable liner delivers a plush feel that's unique to your foot.
- UltraCush V2 footbed absorbs harsh impacts and vibrations.
- Rubber outsole eliminates bulky weight and offers sure traction.
This Vans and Empire rider is a true rail maniac, no matter how big or small the rails are. With stand out parts in Captia’s “Defenders of Awesome” and Déjà Vu, Phil has placed himself on the map as a Canadian snowboard beast.
Known as one of the nicest guys around as well as an all terrain killer, Will has cemented himself as one of those rare pros that can do it all. Not bad for a small-town kid from a place famous for making hockey sticks.
Benji Ritchie is a legendary snowboarder. His career has spanned well over a decade, and he’s graced the covers of nearly every major mag that exists.