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Burton Hod Snowboard Boots

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Description: Burton Hod Snowboard Boots

These are great looking snowboarding boots that pack a mean look to their design. The Burton Hod Snowboard books are for those who want really light boots that will give them a faster speed on the slopes. These will make the mountains your playgrounds and ensure that you are protected from those rough landings. These boots are sold at a very great price and are a perfect item for those just getting into snowboarding or those that want to upgrade their old boots.

Key Features of the Burton Hod Snowboard Boots:
  • BoxerTech Reduces Footprint One Full Size
  • LINER: NEW Imprint 2 Liner with Power Panel 1.0 Technology and Quick-Fit Lacing Harness
  • CUSHIONING: Lightweight EVA Cushioning with Rubber Ice Spikes
  • FLEX AND RESPONSE: Power Spine 1.0 Backstay, Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue
  • COMFORT: Molded EVA Footbed Support: 4

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Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "decent but soft boot"

    , Peotone, IL, IL
    Pros: soft , really flexable, good fit Cons: the laces rip,

    The burton HOD boot is okay. I rode them last year and they were really good except the laces riped. other than that the boot flexis really well and you feel the board really good with these boots com;ared to others. over all i think these boots are good for riders who like to feel there boards when riding. so go out and buy a pare.

  • "Soft Boots"

    , spring lake, MI
    Pros: nice flex, Cons: rip easily, laces break ,

    I abused these boots last season and they totally fell apart. The tip of my boots got all ripped up and the laces broke. They had nice flex throughout the year though.

  • "Decent softer boots"

    , Vancouver, BC
    Pros: Consistant flex, Cons: Didn't last more then one year,

    I rode these boots hard on non-hike/pow days for a year, they held up well and maintained a similar flex throughout the year. Rider in mind, wants a softer flexing boot at a good price with a reduced foot print. Also, don't forget there is no perfect boot that works for everyone, only a perfect boot for your foot so go try some on.


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