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$279.95

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Fit and long lasting consistent flex has not only earned Tim Eddy’s trust but also that of most snowboarders around the globe. Now more then ever, the Maysis snowboard boot is the best choice in Double Boa comfort and shred performance.

  • Features: Lacing System: K2 Double Boa®, Liner Lacing: Boa®Conda™, Liner: Intution™ Control Foam 3D, Outsole: NEW! Grip-Lite Phylon with Rubber Pods, Footbed: 3D Formed EVA with Harshmellow™, Liner fit: Internal & External J Bars, Details: Dual Density 3D Formed Tongue, NEW! Endo™ FS Construction
  • Color: Black, Brown, Burgundy, Gray
  • Size: 7, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, 13

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ENDO CONSTRUCTION

The Endo construction is based on a urethane endoskeletal structure that focuses boot structure and flex into a single engineered part. The result is a structure that flexes and returns without breaking down when compared to the stitch and glue construction of traditional boots. So you get consistent flex and a boot that returns to a neutral riding position quicker and with more energy, which helps you ride longer.

Tech – Endo Construction

HARSHMELLOW BOOTS

Formulated for long lasting impact absorption and vibration killing, the same Harshmellow material used in boards and bindings can be found in our boots. Integrated in the heel and forefoot areas of our top boots, minimizing rebound and making landings softer and more controlled.

Tech – Harshmellow Boots

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Maysis Boot
 
3.9

(based on 29 reviews)

72%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy lacing system (26)
  • Comfortable (25)
  • Warm (21)
  • Adjustability (20)
  • Attractive (18)

Cons

  • Poor quality (7)
  • Lacks adjustability (3)
  • Poor fit (3)

Best Uses

  • All mountain (22)
  • Freeriding (14)
  • Downhill (11)
  • Speed (11)
  • Powder (10)
    • Sizing:
    • Feels full size too small

       

      Feels half size too small

       

      Feels true to size

       

      68% 

      (19 reviews)

      Feels half size too big

       

      Feels full size too big

       
    • Width:
    • Feels too narrow

       

      Feels true to width

       

      89% 

      (24 reviews)

      Feels too wide

       
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Advanced (12), Intermediate (10), Expert (4)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (21)

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5.0

Still works like a champ

By Jare bear

from Bellingham wash

About Me Advanced

Pros

  • Adjustability
  • Comfortable
  • Easy Lacing System
  • Good Traction
  • Looks Great

Cons

  • Poor Construction

Best Uses

  • All Mountain
  • Downhill
  • Freeriding
  • Powder
  • Speed

Comments about Maysis Boot:

This will be my 3rd year using these and I've used them for over 50 days of snowboarding. They're amazing although the liner only has a boa system. The boot in my case is a all around winner.

  • Sizing:
  • Feels half size too small
  • Width:
  • Feels true to width
  • Was this a gift?:
  • Yes

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5.0

Fantastic Boots, Highly Recommended!

By Sallyboarder

from San Francisco, CA

About Me Expert

Pros

  • Adjustability
  • Comfortable
  • Easy Lacing System
  • Good Traction
  • snowboarding precision
  • Stiff enough for crampons
  • Warm

Cons

  • Poor Construction

Best Uses

  • All Mountain
  • Downhill
  • Freeriding
  • Powder
  • snowboard mountaineering
  • Speed

Comments about Maysis Boot:

Spectacular boots, a serious step up from my old ones. I did 10 resort days this season, plus 7 days of backcountry, and they excelled at riding hard in all kinds of conditions. Delicious powder, icy moguls, straightlining chutes, dropping cliffs, big air, warm spring, bitter cold -- very precise and very comfortable.

I actually climbed and snowboarded both Mt. Rainier and Mt. Shasta this season in these puppies. They were so solid with strap-on aluminum crampons, I had complete confidence jumping over crevasses, circumventing seracs and climbing steep ice fields. My feet have never been more cozy and comfortable. At no time did I ever have the slightest foot discomfort; no blisters, warm in the cold, and pretty breathable on the hot approach hike. My buddies had randonée ski boots and their feet were miserable. Not mine. The boots do show a little wear from the crampons, I do wish they withstood that better. But for not even being designed for glacier mountaineering I was quite impressed.

Snowboarding down was even better. Laser carving on 40 degree slopes up top. Confidence-inspiring control riding hard over windblown ice chunks. Surfy feel through the coconut milk-smooth corn snow.

Really awesome. Thanks K2!

  • Sizing:
  • Feels true to size
  • Width:
  • Feels true to width
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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4.0

Great overall, but beware of single outer BOA, runs large

By Thomas

from Zurich, Switzerland

About Me Advanced

Pros

  • Boa Conda For Heel Hold
  • Comfortable
  • Easy Lacing System
  • Lightweight
  • Looks Great

Cons

  • Runs Large Packs Out
  • Single Outer Boa

Best Uses

  • All Mountain
  • Freeriding
  • Powder

Comments about Maysis Boot:

I tried a couple of BOA boots and finally settled for the Maysis.
Overall I'm very happy, but there are some caveats.

Pro:
* BOA Conda: Internal BOA that pulls your heel into the boot. Amazing heel hold!
* Very comfy (for my foot at least)
* Fairly light
* Cool design

Con:
* Single outer BOA
* Runs large

Problematic for me was the single BOA on the outside.
When you move your leg/upper foot, the outside BOA will loosen at the top section (where there's a lot of movement) and as a result tighten up at the bottom section (where there's much less movement).
After a few runs the boot will get tighter and tighter at the bottom, leading to pain, cold or even numb feet.

For me it really helped to re-lace the outside BOA and skip the bottom part.
That way the BOA stays tight at the top, while leaving enough room for your foot at the bottom.
The boot fits my feat well and the binding strap keeps the lower part somewhat in place too, so it's actually not too loose at the bottom.
For me it's quite perfect now!
BOA has instructions on their website how to re-lace the system. It's actually pretty simple and takes just 2-3 minutes.

With K2 Maysis+ you can adjust how the pressure is distributed between the top and bottom part of the outer BOA.
However, it's also stiffer, heavier, and more expensive.
So I decided for the Maysis. But it might be the better alternative for some people.

Lastly, the Maysis runs a little large.
In all other boots that I tried I have 10.0/28.0/43.0.
In the Maysis I have 9.5/27.5/42.5.
Also the liner packs out a bit after a couple of days, so I recommend buying it pretty snug.

  • Sizing:
  • Feels half size too big
  • Width:
  • Feels true to width
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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