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Flex and Feel: Hyperlite’s 2010 Audio Boot

January 8, 2010
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Freeriders like Erik Ruck want a boot with some flex and feel. Ruck also likes his feet to be as close to the board as possible, so he can gain complete control. Hyperlite came up with an answer to both those needs in the new Hyperlite Audio boot.

How does it deliver flex and feel? The overall height is lower than most boots, which provides mobility for pokes and presses. But the support is not sacrificed, due to the BOA closure system, which targets the fit on the top of your foot where you need it most.

For more go to hyperlite.com or your local pro shop.

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Features

— Low Pro Plate system

— Quick-cinch upper lace zone

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— BOATM lower closure zone

— Double Lasted Construction

— Dual-density EVA

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— Internal seamless construction

— Lower cuff

— New dual-density pro footbed

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— Flow-through drain panels

— Removable claw ring

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