Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boots White/Black
With a lightweight feel, cushioning, and mobility all in one, the Burton Freestyle Snowboard Boots, this great boot provides everything you love all in one easy to wear boot from Burton. The heat moldable liner and soft flex fit allow you the comfort and versatility of a skate shoe in a snowboard boot you will love to wear. A boot with superior flex and performance coupled with out of this world cushion and comfort could only be created by Burton.
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"Your foot will thank you!"
I ordered this boots online last season--best choice I ever made. The boots are very comfortable and forgiving because at the end of the day I notice my foot wasn't so sore after a long day of riding. The only problem I experience with these boots is heel slip, but you can remedy this problem by adding a Velcro strap to the liner.
"Decent Boots for Beginners"
I personally liked these boots, they were the first pair that I got for my snowboard. they are relatively soft compared to my 32 boots, which have pros and cons, such as actually getting my foot inside the boots. Great as a pair of first boots for the user with less funds.
They are extremely comfortable especially when they are broken in. Great response, good for all riding conditions.
good boot. it might just be my foot but there is a few pressure spots for me. overall these boots are great but for some reason I just cant wear them because of how they fit my foot... should have tried them on first (as with any boot)
"Light and Warm."
As a freerider i need a universal boot and this does the trick. Very very light which I love. And it is warm which I need. They are nice and strong but not too solid. Plus you only need to tie them once.
Just ordered these boots at a great sale price, better than any of the new boots I've tried on in stores...newer burton boots got rid of the lace up design, and now use the pull ties... while those may be faster, after a ride or two you'll be constantly retightening... with the laces though, you'll hardly have to readjust if you tie them right.