Learn More About Snowboard Boots
Take On Backcountry With Snowboarding Boots
Before you can shred slopes, you've got to suit up with the right snowboarding boot.
Always consider the lacing system of your new snowboarding boot. Several different lacing methods are available for winter weather athletes:
- Boa lacing systems use small diamters attached to wheels or dials. These dials adjust the fit of your boot.
- Traditional lacing systems are easy to customize and replace when they become worn.
- Velcro® lacing systems are ideal for youngsters just getting the hang of snowboarding. This closure system offers easy on-off.
- Dial lacing systems also offer quick on-off. Snowboarders can make fast adjustments to easily tighten or loosen fit without unlocking the closure system.
Your performance on the hill comes down to the right pair of boots. So select from a variety of styles, features and footwear technologies for the snowboarding boot that's right for you. Find snowboarding boots for men, women and kids and explore industry-leading brands, including Burton® and Flow®.
Get the perfect snowboard bindings to compliment your boots.
All-mountain snowboarding boots can be worn on any terrain that's suitable for snowboarding. Think untracked powder, groomed courses, parks and more. These versatile boots are flexible and softer than park boots.
Park boots are designed for maneuverability. This boots have a flexible upper, which is better suited for half-pipes, rails and tricks. More advanced riders tend to choose a boot flex that is stiff, which supports speed on the hill.
Weatherproofing is essential for your snowboarding boots. Always ensure your boot is designed with waterproof fabric. A lock-up cuff, internal gusset and plush insulation protect you from the harsh elements. A sockliner improves comfort and fit.
The latest snowboarding boots like BOA snowboard boots are designed for a comfortable fit during long days on the mountain. Total weatherproofing and a lightweight construction deliver an easy, sleek ride.
Review product information to learn about the midsole of your snowboarding boot. Your midsole should be lined with EVA or another responsive foam padding to keep you on comfortable on your feet.