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Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boots

Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boots
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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!

Key Features of The Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boots:
  • 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
  • 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 is not an option
  • Quick Fit Lacing Harness: This 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
  • Molded EVA Footbed: Developed exclusively for riding, Burton EVA footbeds enhance arch support, improve response, and absorb shock
  • Discontinued Colors


    5.0 / 5.0
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    Great boots!
    fit is perfect, keep feet warm and will work great for the freestyle snowboarding we will be doing all winter!
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    November 12, 2014
    1 year ago
    Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boots
    fit just like advertised. very comfortable.
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    August 25, 2015
    1 year ago
    Great boots! Can't wait to use them again within these upcoming snow months!
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    November 6, 2014
    over 2 years ago

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    Jeremi R on Sep 23, 2014
    will fit the new board for our son
    Robin S on Jan 9, 2014
    Right price, Burton boots seem to fit my foot better than most.
    Jeffrey T on Jan 12, 2014
    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!
    Steven C on Jan 5, 2014
    i wear a size 10.5 shoe so what size boot do i need?
    peyton s on Jul 1, 2013
    Best Answer: 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).
    Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jul 1, 2013
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    If I buy these for my daughter who wears a womens size 7.5 what size should i buy?
    Kimberly F on Jan 28, 2016
    Best Answer: I bought them a half size smaller than my normal shoe size. I've used them for a season and a half and they haven't stretched hardly at all. A half size smaller doesn't bother me, but she should be comfortable in either her same size, or a half size smaller just in case her boots stretch a bit.
    Reply · Report · David B on Jan 28, 2016
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    How heavy are compared to higher model boots?
    A shopper on Jan 13, 2015
    Best Answer: Hey,
    These Freestyle boots will be about normal... that is, not particularly heavy.
    Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Jan 14, 2015
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    I'm buying boots for my son , how do I know which type or snap in or regular the boots are?
    Laurie G on Nov 29, 2013
    Best Answer: 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: 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.
    Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 29, 2013
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    are there free returns?
    A shopper on Aug 17, 2015
    Best Answer: Hi!
    Within 30 days of the purchase of your order, you may return any product purchased from The House unused and in its original condition for credit or exchange. Please check out for more details.
    Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Aug 18, 2015
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    Can you wear snowboard boots as regular boots?
    A shopper on Nov 24, 2013
    Best Answer: 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.
    Reply · Report · David GStaff on Nov 29, 2013
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