The Roxa Men's Freesoul 90 Ski Boot rocks a look that's reminiscent of your dad's tube socks from back in the day, but it features a newschool shock absorbing design and progressive flex perfect for stomping landings in the park or boosting off natural features all over the mountain. When you wear these suckers in the park, you get a responsive fit and support and lateral stability of the foot, because the Cabrio Design is composed of three pieces: the shell, cuff, and tongue. This lets the boot wrap snugly around your foot and ankle instead of squeezing, and has the added benefit of being way easier to get on and off than a traditional two piece shell. Roxa also designed the Freesoul with an Intuition Free Soul liner, which molds completely to your foot for a glove like fit and feel. The Freesoul's 90 flex gives enough backbone to ski hard and plenty of flex for smooth, pain free park riding, while the wide 99mm last is snug and precise without being painful. The anti shock bootboard inside the shell absorbs impacts when you stomp like Godzilla, and Roxa's rear spoiler is adjustable to allow for direct control of the forward lean. The Freesoul also has a canting adjustment to help you dial in your stance, and comes with a Roxgrip patch under the arch for improved grip on icy, rocks, and slippery urban builds.