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Burton Ambush Snowboard Boots

Burton Ambush Snowboard Boots
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Description: Burton Ambush Snowboard Boots

Lightweight landing gear with mid-range response that doesn't sacrifice an ounce of stamina.

Key Features of Burton Ambush Snowboard Boots:
  • Support: 5
  • Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology
  • LACING: Speed Zone Lacing System for True Zonal Lacing Control
  • LINER: Imprint 3 Liner with Focus Cuff and Rad Pad
  • CUSHIONING: DynoLite EST Optimized Outsole with B3 Gel
  • FLEX AND RESPONSE: Wishbone Upper Cuff, Oversized Flex Notches, NEW Power Up Medium Flex Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue, and Flex Spine Backstay Design
  • COMFORT: Total Comfort Construction, Snow-Proof Internal Gusset, and Level 2 Molded EVA Footbed with ESS Support Shank and Aegis Antimicrobial Coating


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Very comfortable. I don't have a feet fatigue even after a full day of snowboarding. I used to have older Ride boots and Burtons are way more comfortable.
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December 27, 2014
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I had this boots half a size smaller and expected them to stretch some but that was not the case. I really like the Boot so I bought half a size larger than my size.
Eduardo R on Mar 28, 2014
The speed lacing system, the very reduced weight of the boot...and the colors are pretty dope too. Huge upgrade over my boots that are six years old.
Gregory A on Nov 23, 2013
Light weight and speed laces
Kristofor M on Feb 18, 2014
The DC Ghosts I had were getting a little rough around the edges and was looking for something with the Foot Print Shrinkage Tech.
John A on Nov 14, 2013
how much do the ambush's stretch?
A shopper on May 11, 2014
Best Answer: The Burton Ambush Snowboard Boots will pack out 1/4 of a size.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jun 9, 2014
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Will this product ever be available in sizes 12 and up to 15? Because my boot size is 11.5 and I need bigger boots and this is the boot that I really want to purchase.
EliBoy on Feb 21, 2014
Best Answer: This particular version of the Burton Ambush Snowboard Boot is currently sold out. There are other options located at
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 14, 2014
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These sizes are us sizes right?
Jamie B on Jan 28, 2014
Best Answer: Correct. All measurements, unless otherwise indicated, are in US sizes.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 4, 2014
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I am a size 15 in regular shoes, what is the difference in size I would most likely need for snowboard boots?
Tim R on Dec 3, 2013
Best Answer: Tim - there is not too much difference in sizing. If you're a true 15 then go with a 15.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Dec 3, 2013
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Because of shrinkage footprint technology of I am a size 11 boot I will really be a size 10 so I should get m/l bindings instead of l/xl right?
A shopper on Oct 23, 2013
Best Answer: I can snuggly fit my size 11 Burton SLX Boots into my size medium Burton Cartel Bindings with the ladder straps and toe-ramp fully adjusted out. If you plan on riding size medium Burton Bindings with the Burton Ambush Snowboard Boots it should be alright.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Nov 5, 2013
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What is Total Comfort Construction?
A shopper on Oct 8, 2013
Best Answer: Total Comfort Construction is a construction technology designed by Burton to provide you with a complete package of comfortability. You won't have to worry about the pains of breaking in a new boot when it is marked with this Total Comfort Construction name.
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