2014 Hyperlite Process

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The 2014 Hyperlite Process

I will admit, I was a bit skeptical about the whole Hyperlite Systems package. So for those unfamiliar with System boots have an external chassis that you strap into. Think of more like snowboard boots than wakeboard bindings. This allows you to disconnect and snap in, in a hurry. We figured this would weigh down the boots quite a bit, and it did affect the dry weight. However, the Process came in actually lighter than both the Slingshot R.A.D. and the Slingshot KTV boots when wet. The Processes and their fancy BOA brothers the Mareks both ended up being 2 of the stiffest boots in our test.

The Process is a laceup boot with a Velcro strap around the ankle to ensure a secure fit. It also has a heat moldable liner for a nice custom fit with integrated J-bars that are a bit smaller than those on the Liquid Force and Slingshot boots, but larger than the removable J-bars that come with Ronix boots.


Inward Flex (degrees)
Outward Flex (degrees)
Mass (dry, one boot) kilograms
Mass (wet, one boot) kilograms
Heat Moldable
Heel Hold Down
LF Ultra CT5.711.21.0421.365NoIntegrated (large)$349.99
LF Synergy4.36.81.0431.408NoIntegrated (large)$419.19
Hyperlite Marek3.66.91.2941.505YesIntegrated (med)$479.98
Hyperlite Process3.73.71.2971.508YesIntegrated (med)$459.98
Slingshot RAD4.85.91.0121.52NoIntegrated (large)$449
Slingshot KTV97.81.1791.522NoIntegrated (large)$399
Ronix One5.46.20.7941.112YesRemovable (small)$480
Ronix Frank15.313.60.8431.108YesIntegrated (small)$470