Radar boot design has always been focused on improving your on-water experience through innovation and cutting-edge comfort. By utilizing a hybrid structure, they are able to build a boot that truly wraps around your foot creating an ultimate connection to the ski. This connection results in a lossless power transfer and allows you to feel immediate engagement on the water. Whether you’re riding the premium Vapor boot, a high-end Pulse boot, the legendary Vector or an entry level Prime you’ll feel the difference that comes with riding a Radar boot.

 

Vapor Chassis

The Vapor Chassis pushes the boundaries of boot technology by utilizing a three-part mold to form a rigid lower skeleton. This new design offers the control of a hard shell but stays true to our hybrid style by not sacrificing in the slightest when it comes to fit and connection to the ski.

 

Pulse Chassis

The Pulse Chassis features reinforced 3D contours with integrated arch support. It also sports a wider fitting chassis than our Vapor for a more comfortable ride.

 

Feather Frame Chassis

The Feather Frame Chassis stands on a pedestal as the only boot system to completely integrate the mounting system, baseplate and outer shell into a single component.  This allows you to stand closer to the ski and offers a better connection.

 

Carbitex

Carbitex is a carbon fiber textile material that is more reactive than any other material on the market. This reactivity translates into an unparalleled connection to the ski.

 

Boa

The Boa integration into the boots offers an instant response found only in the Radar line. Transform your experience through a fast, customizable, and comfortable fit.

 

Intuition

Radar's exclusive partnership with Intuition gives you a heat-moldable, lightweight, pre-formed fit. Intuition foam ensures you have a perfect fitting liner for ultimate performance.

 

Wrap Tech

Wrap Tech fuses the external skeleton of the boot to the base textile layer which gives the boot the ability to conform to the shape of your foot, in turn giving you more response.

August 15, 2021 — Jason McClintock