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Description: Burton Boxer Snowboard Boots
The Burton Boxer snowboard boots offer subtle style with their leather outer and exceptional support with a full-length molded rubber backstay. The rubber outsole is equipped with air cushioning to absorb shock and ice spikes for grip and traction. The Thin Profile 3D molded tongue adds minimal bulk while remaining supportive to ensure a responsive ride. The Molded EVA footbed supports the rider and dampens shock when riding gets rough. Get style, comfort, and performance with the Burton Boxer snowboard boots.
D-Mac, here at The House, talking about the illustrious and mega powerful Burton Boxer snowboard boot. Obviously designed to look like a Timberland work snowboard boot so you can thug it out on the slopes. It's so cool. Double extra large, here's your snowboard boot.
What you're look at is it's got a really nice heat moldable liner, it's a level 2 imprint liner. You can either wear them around for like two or three hours for two or three days in a row and it will pick up all the contours of your ankle, your arch, stuff like that. Or if you have a Burton dealer near you, which chances are you do, you can go in there and stick them on the heat towers. It will take about 15 minutes and then you just walk around until they cool down.
Other than that, it's got a really nice power strap on here that's going to keep your 3D-molded tongue really nice and centered, keep it from shifting around on those huge tabletop landings you're going to be doing with these awesomely gnarly snowboard boots. The outer here is pretty cool. It's got the harness for the liner inside the snowboard boot versus ones that have the laces on the liner. It's going to actually hold your heel back in the snowboard boot a lot better. It's not going to allow it to move up and down from there.
You've got synthetic waterproof Nubuck to simulate the Timberland-like look. It's even got the yellow and brown laces. Cool hardware, got a nice rubber sole, a little bit of EVA to keep the weight down. And it does have an airbag in the heel as well, to absorb, once again, those huge snowboard booters.
Other than that, the flex rating on this bad boy, 1 means soft and 10 means stiff, I'm going to put it somewhere around the 3 or 4 range. Really, really good at general freestyle. Another thing cool on these snowboard boots is they do have reduced signature to them. For instance, say you buy a 10 in this snowboard boot. It's actually going to be as long toe to heel as most other companies' 9's. So if you have a bigger foot and you're looking to decrease your toe drag, this is one way to do it without hopping on a new snowboard. The Burton Boxer snowboard boot.