nobody snowboard in the dark. what? you do? well, then why not put up a light show while you at it with this pair of rad Nike LunarENDOR QS Snowboard Boots? taking center stage is a set of 30 LEDs that lights up the iconic swoosh sign, powered by an embedded lithium-ion battery, with an on/off switch conveniently located at the cuff of the boot so you quickly flip on or off while doing the grab or whatever. attention-grabbing LED aside, the Nike LunarENDOR QS Snowboard Boots is also no slouch when it comes to boot-built and is billed as the “most technologically advanced snowboard boots” available today. packed within its futuristic form is Nike Lunarlon foam (hence, the namesake) that offers a softer, more responsive ride, while also absorbing some of the impact during landings, which are inevitable in the sport of snowboarding.

other features include dynamic support to keep the legs and hips more “naturally aligned in your stance”, a customizable flex line system for three levels of stiffness for dialing in to the different riding needs, a 3D molded upper and a Nike Flywire inner lacing system for a secure and comfortable fit, and finally, its liner and shell are reinforced with strobel technology that attracts and retains heat to keep your feet nice and warm so that you won’t get the cold feet, literally, while going about your tricks. the Nike LunarENDOR QS Snowboard Boots is slated to hit the stores, in limited quantities, in mid-December for an yet to be announced pricing. reassure that it won’t be cheap. well, not that we want to put you down, but it is after all, a product coming from the famous swoosh company and it has some pretty fancy pancy LEDs in them. catch a few more hi-res look in the image gallery below and while you there, do check out a product promo video too.

Source: Nike
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