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Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boots

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$101.95
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Specs

Type:
  • All Mountain
  • Freestyle
Upper Material:
  • Synthetic Leather
Cuff:
  • Articulated
Sole Material:
  • Hybrid
  • Lightweight Outsole with EVA Cushioning and Rubber Ice Spikes
Flex:
  • Medium
  • level 4
Volume:
  • Standard
Lacing System:
  • Lace
Lace Harness: No
Liner Type:
  • Heat Moldable
  • NEW Imprint 2 Liner with Power Panel 1.0 Technology and Quick Fit Lacing Harness Liner
Liner Lacing:
  • Speed Lace
Removable Liner:
  • Yes
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boots

At a great price the Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boot comes with all the necessary designs to make the perfect boot. Including the 2.1 power lacing system and additional cushioning for comfort. The light yet secure boot also has a New Imprint 2 Liner with Power Panel 1.0 that allows the wearer enough flexibility to control the board.

Key Features of The Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boots:
  • Flex/Response - Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue: Adjusting the profile of the tongue's thickness enhances its ability to wrap the forefoot and reduces shell/liner stack-up , thus improving comfort and eliminating performance- robbing bulk
  • Cushioning/Traction - Rubber Ice Spikes: Scale the slipperiest slopes like Spider Man. The dual-density design creates a soft, grippy, outsole enhanced with stiffer spikes that dig into ice when slipping isn't an option
  • Liner - NEW Quick Fit Lacing Harness: This NEW integrated lacing harness does away with the Power Strap by carrying the laces across the forefoot, around the ankle and up around the calf, making it easier to get in and out of your liners
  • Footbed - Molded EVA Footbed: Developed exclusively for riding, Burton EVA footbeds enhance arch support, improve response, and absorb shock
  • Discontinued Colors

    Freestyle


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    Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boots
    Already Asked: 4 Questions, 22 Answers
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    The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
    Jeffrey T: Right price, Burton boots seem to fit my foot better than most. Jan 12, 2014
    Robin S: will fit the new board for our son Jan 9, 2014
    Steven C: I read really great reviews on this item, and they look awesome! A lot of people have vouched for there lifespan and comfort and that's what I was looking for! Jan 5, 2014
    Loc N: The design and color look awesome Jan 3, 2014
    Michael B: Looking for a good pair of boots at a reasonable price Dec 14, 2013
    Stacey C. M: liked the color and was in my shoes size Dec 10, 2013
    Donna M: I reviewed several other snowboard boots this boot had much more to offer as far as fit,support,stability,comfortable,and most of all flexible,Lots of other boots don't have the same technology as Burton.I only wished you had the black & white boot in my size. Dec 7, 2013
    Andrew R: These boots are great. They fit well, have an awesome, comfortable liner, and they'll last Nov 15, 2013
    Allan R: have owned previous Freestyle boots and they are very comfortable the entire day of riding. Also, great bang for the buck! Nov 14, 2013
    Don A: My son (13) picked it out. Nov 6, 2013
    Brett B: Great Boot, Great price Oct 6, 2013
    paula k: to snow board Aug 29, 2013
    peyton s asked: i wear a size 10.5 shoe so what size boot do i need? Jul 1, 2013
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    Matt GStaff: If you have a size 10.5 shoe you should get size 10.5 if they're available.

    Usually I buy my boots a half size small, they pack-out after the break in period, sure it hurts for a little but the boots are broken in they feel fine.

    If you're still growing, I'd suggest going with the size 11 (you can always wear thicker socks).
    Jul 1, 2013
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    Ernesto P: Peyton I'm size 7 us and I got my boots 7 us, I haven't wear them yet but when I tried them out they feel a bit tight, although according to the snowboarding shops my boots will stretch a bit.

    I hope this helps,
    Ernesto
    Jul 2, 2013
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    Frances D: You'll want an 11, do you wear shoes that are actually your size or like bigger a little bit? But i wear a size 8.5 and im a true 8 and i got a size 9 boot Jul 2, 2013
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    matthew v: Best bet is try on the same brand boot at a local store then buy online. But wear an 8 and got a 9 boot because it was so tight. Jul 2, 2013
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    jeff e: I bought the boot for my son .5 bigger so he can use them more than one season, id rather be a half over then too small. Jul 2, 2013
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    Leigh L: I there,
    I retuned the boots. They were for my son and we decided to wait until later this summer.
    Jul 2, 2013
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    Houman K: I wear an 8.5 shoe and that's the size I got and it fits perfectly... so I would go with a 10.5 Jul 7, 2013
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    Laurie G asked: I'm buying boots for my son , how do I know which type or snap in or regular the boots are? Nov 29, 2013
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    Roy MStaff: Related to the type of boots, you can be 99.9% certain that he will need conventional boots - non step (snap) in if that is what you are asking.
    If you can take a look at his board. If his bindings look like those here: http://www.the-house.com/snbind-by-size.html then your son has a conventional binding system and any of our boots will work.
    If by chance your binding looks different then please contact on of our tech reps at 800.992.7245 and they will be happy to help you in finding the right boot for your son's set up - or get you into some different gear.
    Nov 29, 2013
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    Doug T: I would not buy boots with strings for younger kids. I would get the knob twist style. Kids can tighten the boot easier with the knob. They have trouble with the strings.

    Would like to continue to give feedback if I could get wholesale prices on the gear I buy from the house! Checkup history!

    What up!
    Nov 30, 2013
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    A shopper asked: Can you wear snowboard boots as regular boots? Nov 24, 2013
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    David GStaff: The Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boots are going to be more stiff than normal boots that have flexibility on the ankle. Snowboard boots in general are going to have a lot of ankle support which means that ankle movement for everyday use, other than snowboarding, will be more difficult. Nov 29, 2013
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