Savage is rapidly redefining how quad boots are designed, manufactured, fit, function and perform at the most elite level for all types of skating – for $149!
Mojo Savage nylon composite shells VS carbon, Kevlar, fiberglass: Savage encapsulates the foot, VERY similar in weight, just as responsive, much more comfortable, Flex-Fit side counters, adjustable heel counter for narrow or wide feet…most importantly they perform better than carbon for most skaters.
*UNPRECEDENTED FEATURES – SAVAGE IS IN A LEAGUE OF ITS OWN*
- One-piece shell construction
- Rigid shells for max responsiveness. (Some forgiveness so that your boot can return energy)
- FLEX-FIT— Fully flexible and moldable counters that encapsulate the foot for control, much less breakdown and stretching, more support for power and agility
- Heel counters that flex to the width of your foot.
- Mounting references on the bottom to ensure perfect plate position every time
- External heel, allows for an anatomical fit while keeping weight to a minimum.
High-performance through technology!
- HEAT MOLDABLE
- LIGHTWEIGHT – SIZE 7 276 g. (VERY CLOSE TO CARBON)
- INDESTRUCTIBLE SHELLS
- FLEX-FIT SIDE COUNTERS
- FLEX-FIT HEEL COUNTER THAT ADJUST TO WIDE OR NARROW FEET
- FLEX-FIT COUNTERS DON’T WEAR OUT, IMPROVING LONGEVITY
- ERGONOMIC FOOTBEDS FOR BETTER CONTROL FROM THE BOTTOM UP
All Mojo models are designed with an external heel lift. By having the heel attached during the mounting process VS building them internally (or attached permanently with glue or nails) Mota is able control the thickness of our out-soles, also known as the shell. All Mojo shells are nearly the same thickness throughout the entire shell. The continuity allows for an unprecedented weight-to-strength ratio. Having external heels also allows Mota to incorporate an anatomical footbed that all Mojo models are built around. Another important feature is the anatomical shape/last combined with Mojo footbeds. The combination presents fit and control for most feet that was not possible in the past. To help make this less confusing – traditional brands (Riedell) attaches the sole, then attaches the heel on most models. We developed a similar process with carbon and nylon shells. We fist attached the shells, then the heel is added later. We chose not to permanently attach the heels as other brands do. We like giving skaters an option to skate a little flatter footed (5mm) or with a standard heel lift of 7mm.