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Duotone Boot

Art.-No. 44200-4300

The Duotone Boot offers bomb proof fit in any situation with the most comfort possible.


Duotone Boot 2020

If you’re riding in boots, you know what’s your style. And for exactly that style, this completely new designed Duotone Boot 2020 is especially made for! By utilizing the benefits of a new baseplate construction, the boot obtained a super direct and very responsive connection to the baseplate and board. Due to reinforcements at all areas with a lot of wear, the new additionally stiffened shell construction of the Duotone Boot provides ultimate support and maximum control for a long time! The ergonomically high impact resistant footbed delivers incredible comfort and a lot of support during the hardest moves and massive landings, absorbing shock and stabilizing your foot exactly when you need it the most. An especially designed TPU triangle is functioning as a heel lock in the ankle area and provides the rider with a safe, comfortable and locked in feel when charging. Whatever situation you get yourself in, you can rely on your boots.

5 - 66,57,5 - 8910 - 10,511
37 - 383940 - 414243 - 4445
4 - 55,56,5 - 789 - 9,510

True quote

Duotone Boot 2020

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“These are the comfiest boots ever. We completely redesigned them from scratch, you can see the improvements in small details like the lace locks being so solid and never sliding out.”
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Duotone Boot 2020

The stance - which position should I fit my boots or straps in?


stance left right

+ more stability in landings
+ can hold more power
- increased inner side knee injury risk with overwide stance

+ greater maneuverability
+ less resistance in rotations

taller people need a wider stance than shorter people. To find your stance width, jump forward and land in a comfortable squad position.

pad position

stance up down

centred pads
+ more stability in landings (weight lands through centre of board)
- harder to edge heelside with small feet

closer to heelside
+ easier to edge on heels for upwind and jumping
- less stability in landings (weight lands off centre)
- harder to edge toeside

if you suffer pain in shins; move position towards heels for easier edging.

Foot Angle


duck footed (wide angle)
+ more maneuverbility in various riding styles (E.g. carving and toeside)
- increased inner side knee injury risk with over ducked stance

parallel stance
+ greater stability in landings
+ less resistance in rotations

if suffering pain at the inside of knee; move angle closer to parallel. Look for your natural foot angle when you squat.