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You can't argue with the numbers - the Burton® Men's Moto Snowboard Boots have been the world's bestselling snowboard boot for 11 years running. With awesome features like Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology, Speed Zone lacing system to allow you the fastest fit customization possible and Total Comfort Construction, these boots deliver everything you need. Try them for yourself to see what all the fuss is about.
Burton Support Rating: 3, based on a scale of 1 (softest) to 10 (most supportive)
Shrinkage™ Footprint Reduction Technology reduces the boot's overall footprint by one full size for a shorter, lighter boot.
Lacing: Speed Zone™ Lacing system for True Zonal Lacing Control gives you the fastest lacing control, allowing you to customize your fit in the upper and/or lower zone in only seconds. You'll get more rebound and response with less effort.
Liner: Imprint™ 1 Liner with Integrated Lacing
Cushioning: Dual-component outsole with EVA cushioning provides lightweight shock absorption and rubber ice spikes provide soft, yet stiff spikes that can dig into ice.
Flex & Response: Grip Fit Ribs and Soft Flex Thin Profile 3D® Molded Tongue features controlled flex and better ability to wrap around the ankle and leg while improving comfort.
Total Comfort Construction eliminates the break-in period for a feel that's super comfy right out of the box.
Snow-Proof internal gusset seals off the lower portion of the boot to keep your feet dry and toasty.
Level 1 molded EVA footbed is lightweight and provides shock absorption
The world's bestselling snowboard boot 11 years running
Country Of Origin: Imported
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1
Rated 4 out of 5 by OtoJae Solid boots
For flat-footed people like me, these boots provide great support. They are comfortable for walking and snowboarding.
March 12, 2013