Take no prisoners as you get ready to tackle areas of the mountain others shy away from when you wear the Burton Invader Snowboard Boots. The Invader Snowboard Boots are a solid mix of innovation and tradition so that you know you can depend on them to get you through the backcountry without breaking a sweat. The new Dynolite outsole can help you keep your feet so you won't get bogged down in the powder. The traditional lacing will let you get a solid and secure fit that enhances your leverage and performance! Attack the slopes and tear it up when you're laced up in the Invader Snowboard Boots!
Key Features of Burton Invader Snowboard Boots:
Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology
LINER: NEW Phantom 2.0 Construction
CUSHIONING: NEW DynoLite Outsole
FLEX AND RESPONSE: Soft Flex Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue
COMFORT: NEW Total Comfort Construction, Snow-Proof Internal Gusset, and Level 1 Molded EVA Footbed
I haven't had a chance to ride in them yet, but I can tell I'm going to like them on the slopes. I have worn them around the house and even once for a college speech and the fit well and are very comfy with just the right amount of flex.
I ordered a size too small at first and needed to send them back. My phone call was put on hold for well over a half hour before I hung up and went online for a return form. After that my exchange went quickly and with a lot less hassle.
They took a day of boarding to break in but now they're great. Warm and comfortable for a good price. Can't ask for more especially since they have large sizes. They fit great around the ankle and calf without creating any uncomfortable spots like some boots I had in the past. 5 stars.
These boots are really nice for an entry level boot. They are quite warm and a good mix of stiff and flexible. The only problem is the lacing system. They are slow to lace up, and loosen up thorough the day. But overall they are a great boot for the price.
Burton was on point with the Invader..priced right + great support offered in traditional lace style. Very light, warm boot..sometimes you forget you're wearing them. Like all other brands of boots the sizing is small. I wear a 13 in every shoe however had to buy a 15 in the Invaders.
Made my ankle swell after prolonged use. Unfortunately they were so comfy I never felt any pain. I would still recommend them to anyone needing a comfy boot. Very light and warm. They just aren't for me.
Burton makes great quality boots. This is my first year snowboarding (i have skiid all my life, but this year some buddies talked me into transitioning to boarding) And these checked out with my buddies and they said to absolutely get these. Super comfortable compared to ski boots.
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hi im a very expirenced rider but i liked the look of the boots i was wondering if the boot would work good for more expirienced riders too my binding a very stiffs for the tight turns i need because i am mainly a tree rider but i mess around in the park to and i really like these boots will they still work for me?
A shopper on Sep 26, 2014
Best Answer:I personally would look into something with a little more stiffness and support. The Burton Invader is an ENTRY LEVEL boot. Looks might be important to you but having sore and cold feet may be more of an issue. MAKE YOUR FEET HAPPY!!!
Best Answer:Honestly they feel lighter than some shoes I own. They are so comfy right out of the box. I had Ride boots before these that I loved but they wore out. The Ride's are like two bricks in comparison. The Burton's are light but still very well made with good padding. I like them a lot.
Best Answer:The sizing is fairly close. I wear a size 13 shoe and a size 13 boot fits a tad tight. My toes are right up againts the end of the boot, which is how they're supposed to fit. If you don't like that, i would get a half size bigger than the shoe size you wear.
Best Answer:The difference between the Burton Invader Snowboard Boots and a soft advanced boot is that the soft advanced boot will have more technology - EST Vibram Outsole, B3 Midsole, Articulated Cuffs, Liner Cuff, Imprint 3/ 4 Liner, Level 2 foot beds, etc...
So I bought some Burton Ion's that were a 10.5, and they feel pretty good, but my big toe is kinda smashed in the end. It starts to hurt after a bit and I'm pretty sure it is completely broken in. (as i got them used) So I'd like to jump up in size a little bit to make riding more comfortable. I've seen everywhere that these boots are sized weird, so would an 11 cut it for me? Or would a 13 be a safer bet? ( I wear a size 12 shoe if that matters.)