|Type:||Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Upper Material:||Synthetic Leather|
|Sole Material:||Hybrid, Lightweight Outsole with EVA Cushioning and Rubber Ice Spikes|
|Flex:||Medium, level 4|
|Liner Type:||Heat Moldable, NEW Imprint 2 Liner with Power Panel 1.0 Technology and Quick Fit Lacing Harness Liner|
|Liner Lacing:||Speed Lace|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boots
The Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boots should be a staple for any progressing rider. This Burton boot has been a tried and true piece of their lineup for years now, and it continues to prove why that is the case. The Burton Freestyle features rubber ice spikes on the sole that make it easier than ever to climb slippery slopes. They also come with a quick fit lacing harness and molded EVA footbed. If your riding needs a boost checkout the Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boots!
6 months ago
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).
These Freestyle boots will be about normal... that is, not particularly heavy.
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.