Round Toe Ankle Boots
Nike has this season in our country, Nike Snowboarding, a new integrated brand division within the division of "action sports", which already had Nike 6. 0 and Nike SB. To achieve the credibility of its predecessors, Nike has signed a powerful team with figures from the likes of Nico Müller, Danny Kass, Gigi Ruff, Anne Boulanger, among others. In this first installment we present the Zoom DK, round toe ankle boots of a double Olympic medalist Danny Kass and is. The Vernon Valley boy is a real all-rounder, can make you both a round toe ankle boots of technical tricks in the pipe (which led him to win two medals), and smash everything in a backcountry kicker. And his boots Zoom DK are yielding to 100% on any ground. Nike has more than 30 years of dressing the feet of athletes around the world, and now includes all the experience and inspiration to apply to their models of snowboard boots. In this case, aesthetically Zoom DK The shoes are inspired by Blazer SB (swoosh logo vintage), the Air Max and bracket identification of the Dunk. The details are important, and this sample shows the midsole. If you look closely you'll see that has a stamped leather coating that makes it unique, and also gives a touch of class to which we are accustomed. Another feature of the sole of the Zoom DK are the flex grooves and tacos "Multigrip" in both the tip and heel, providing maximum grip on the ground and snow harder. This prevents shocks and protects the heel Air unit, not to suffer in the "landings". Good old Danny did not want to wait a month of riding boots to work 100%, I wanted something that was well from the first day, so has set the Zoom DK thermo formable booties to read your feet to the millimeter, with extra ankle adjustments to never lift your heel. Much of the comfort of the DK is due to the template with "pads" of Poron (templates used in the Dunk SB), a material widely used to correct flat feet, which cushions and does not warp, creating an authentic cushion under your feet. As insulating material, Nike engineers have looked at the technology used in aviation, and are coated inside with a layer of aluminum lake DK will keep the cold away from your feet. But it is not simply to isolate the cold, and also very important to keep the heat inside the boot. For that the inner layer is neoprene and finished with Outlast fiber. The second is a layer of polyester that absorbs moisture and is able to compensate for temperature fluctuations, ie, neither too hot nor too cold, the ideal temperature. Another aspect that has also been taken into consideration is durability, because a boot that you will perfect the first day was usually short. This synthetic skin is compressed, which makes the outside of the DK a flexible but strong frame with a fiber highback that holds all the weight you can throw without losing lightly, and it ensures you will not break the cane mid-season boot. So far more technical point, but if you're a lover of good design and art should know that DK has been designed by Mark Dean Veca, U. S. , formed in the streets of Louisiana, California and New York, and recognized as one of the major contemporary artists. DK Zommer addition, Nike has made this season a wide range of boots, clothing and accessories. Check the entire collection of Nike Snowboarding. I do not think Nike has long used only synthetic materials. I believe that by 2020 they want your entire production is environmentally friendly, which they call "considered" Maci. . . .