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Burton Casa Snowboard Boots White/Pink
The Burton Casa snowboard boots were designed with a women's specific fit for performance, comfort, and support. The Thin Profile 3D molded tongue offers support, yet remains flexible for a responsive ride. The EVA cushioned outsole supports the footbed and dampens rough riding, and the Imprint Liner ensures snug security, without constricting your feet. The molded EVA footbed enhances responsiveness and riding comfort. Ride in style, and stay comfortable all day in the Burton Casa snowboard boots.
Dave, here at The House, talking about the Burton Casa snowboard boot. Basically, you know, you're looking at a good entry level snowboard boot. A lot of bang for the buck versus other snowboard boots in this price range.
First off, the liner is going to be completely heat moldable. You can mold it with either the heat of your foot, walking around the house in it, or you can take it down to a local Burton shop, stick them on the tower, heat them up for about fifteen minutes and then walk around until they cool down. Other than that, we do have some reinforcement in the liner, right around the ankle, to grab your ankle bone a little bit better, give you a better hold with it. The liner couldn't be any easier to tension.
From there, the outer of the snowboard boot is going to be a little bit synthetic. A little bit of Cordura. That's going to allow it to have a pretty soft flex. One being super soft, ten being super stiff, I'd say about a three. A really good snowboard boot for entry level rider to intermediate all-mountain usage. It does work good for the free-style crowd, if you're doing a lot of rails and boxes, a softer flex is going to allow you to press a little bit better. From there, metal hardware. Nice eyelet through the instep to give you a little bit better heel hold, even more. Nylon eyelets. And then, the bottom is going to have a mostly rubber sole. It does have different dampening gel in the heel, and then nice ice spikes in the front.
Like I said, just a no-frills snowboard boot. Really, really good for, you know, a lot of riders just getting into it. Somebody, maybe, just jumping into the park. Really good price point on it. You should rock a pair of the Burton Casa snowboard boots.
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"Affordable and comfortable"
I purchased thoses boots about 2-3 years ago when I was still a beginner, and I still wear them. They are the synonym of comfort, I never had any issues with them when I ride if I take my time to tie them up TIGHTLY and fix them up to my FULL comfort BEFORE going to ride. Most riders, to speed things up and to avoid going back and forth to the parking lot, wear their boots beforehand or fix them up in the car and in the cold. Whenever possible please avoid this, since the Burton CASA boots have traditional laces, they need to be fixed correctly and really tight to assure maximum comfort. Once you start with a badly fixed boot, be assured that you'll feel it during the rest of your days, especially when you start off with cold feet. That's the big con of those boots, the laces. Apart from that, the boots is fairly warm, and my foot stays in place, the toes doesn't move, although the lower calves-ankle does a little since the boots can loosen up upon a few numbers of runs. It's a great purchase for any beginner but he or she must expect so sweat a little when pulling those laces to tie them up :P. Any int-adv rider should upgrade for boots with fast speed laces to assure maximum stability.