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BOA dials to get smaller, more durable and sustainable this fall with new Li2 dial platform

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BOA dials, which are probably the most well known dial fit system, are about to get even better. Taking everything that has led them to become a partner with countless shoe brands, BOA is now introducing their latest version – the Li2.

BOA Li2 dial system release

Like the BOA IP1 dials, the Li2 offers dual multi-directional tightening and loosening making mid-ride adjustments a cinch.

BOA Li2 dial system

However, the Li1 is lighter and lower profile than the IP1 which makes it that much less likely to get hung up on a rock, or break off in a crash.

BOA Li2 dial system overmold

BOA also claims that this is their first ever dial platform to include a composite material overmold which provides additional grip around the perimeter of the dial.

BOA Li2 dial system styles

To be offered in three styles, Li2 dials are compatible with their TX4 soft lace and will come in single dial and dual dial fit systems. BOA doesn’t go into detail, but they state that the Li2 was designed specifically “to reuse and reduce material waste.”

At the moment, you can’t buy any shoes with Li2 dials – but they’re coming. Currently, Pro Tour teams are equipped with cycling shoes using the Li2 system, and we’re told there will be multiple product launches this fall for road, gravel, and mountain bike shoes with the new dials from Fizik, Scott, Rapha, Gaerne, Lake, and DMT this fall, and Bontrager, Giro, Louis Garneau, and Specialized later in 2021.

If you want to keep up on the latest from BOA on the Li2, you can sign up for release updates at the site below.


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3 years ago

Any word as to whether they are a retro fit for older Boa shoes i.e. will they be compatible with older mounts? Lower profile is always nice.

Robert Carlile
Robert Carlile
7 months ago

Have they been used in the Orthotic and Prosthetic devices

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