Published on November 19th, 2013 | by skiandsnow

The Nike LunarENDOR Quickstrike

Nike’s LunarENDOR QS snowboard boot commands a whole new level of recognition. Impressive enough standing still, these LED-adorned beauties will mesmerize crowds as they rotate through the night sky at this season’s biggest snowboard competition finals. The swoosh’s 30 LEDs are powered by an embedded lithium ion battery, and it’s on/off switch is conveniently located atop the boot’s cuff so you can go UFO whenever the mood strikes.

Circuitry aside, the Nike LunarENDOR is one of the most technologically advanced snowboard boots available. This year’s top-of-the-line offering sees the addition of Nike Lunarlon foam to provide a softer, more responsive ride and absorb some of the impact during landings, as well as dynamic support to help keep legs and hips more naturally aligned in your stance. Nike has also incorporated a customizable flex line system to give you three levels of stiffness, so whether you’re killing it in the park, pipe, or backcountry your ride will be perfectly dialed in. A 3-D molded upper and a Nike Flywire inner lacing system further enhance fit. Finally, the LunarENDOR’s liner and shell are reinforced with strobel technology that attracts and stores heat.

The Nike Snowboarding LunarENDOR QS will be available mid-December in limited quantities at nike.com and at local Nike SB retailers; so don’t sleep on this one or who knows how long you’ll be grounded.




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