Here is the Burton Jet Snowboard Boot, and it is gonna fly off the shelves fast. Loaded with a heavy amount of Burton's shred technology for a light price, picking up the Jet should be the quickest decision you have ever made. Featuring the Speed Dial lacing system, these boots make it super easy to be ready-to-rock in only a few seconds. The Jet is soft and simplistic which truly lets your personal style stand out through your radical riding and incredibly good looks. Be quick and stay comfortable in the Burton Jet boots.
Key Features of the Burton Jet Snowboard Boots:
Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology
Lacing: Speed Dial Lacing System
Liner: Phantom Construction
Cushioning: DynoLite Outsole
Flex and Response: Soft Flex Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue
Comfort: Snow-Proof Internal Gusset and Level 1 Molded EVA Footbed
I got these for Christmas and they are a very nice boot. They have the Burton speed lacing system, which makes they very easy to tighten. They also have phantom construction. This means that there is no physical liner. The liner combines with the boot. Once you crank down on these boots and they are very tight over time they will loosen up a little bit, but nothing too extreme. I find myself once every 8 or so runs tightening them up a little bit. However, I do not need to tighten them, I just prefer to have the tightest boot. You are getting a great deal with these boots and I recommend them to anyone interested
We bought these for my husband and one son. They both said they are very comfortable and work well except about every other run they have to re tighten the lace on the boots. Our other son has a pair of DC boots and he never has to tighten his while he is boarding. Overall a good boot
These boots are a great choice for the quality and price. No long explanation needed on the pros because the boot does exactly what it should do and does it ten times easier with the quick speed lacing system, which is great. The cons can be explained though because they don't devalue the boot at all in my opinion. After a long day of riding my feet were a little soar but they are still breaking in. The lacing system can loosen up after a number of runs but its as simple as twisting the knob again to make them tight for the remainder of the day. Overall I gave these boots four stars for their great price, ease of use, comfortable and warm features, and the minor setbacks that are not reasons to dislike them
For the most part they work very well, but I always find myself tightening up my boots with the wheel before each time I start a run. So I guess if you don't mind the little bit of maintenance that comes along with these boots id give it 5 stars
This was my first pair of boots I bought them last season. I like them they fit pretty close to size and look good. but I haven't been able to figure out how to lock the nob that tightens them? I don't know if im just stupid or if they are defective. They are still good boots I just have to retighten them after every other run or so.
They were good and comfortable when I used them but the dial broke after the first use and was not able to tighten them up again. I was wondering if those dials are reparable or can be converted to shoe lacing
The dial system on the boot was disappointing due to the fact that it incorporated no locking system. The fact that it has no locking system is confusing because it has a ripcord behind the tongue for quick removal. On my first few trips down the slopes I found that I had to tighten the boots every time I got off the lift. The dial system unravels as you maneuver down the mountain which deems these boots unsafe. I contacted burton on the dial system and the fact that the boot doesn't lock. They responded by saying that the boot was meant to operate in that fashion. The best part of the experience was returning them to burton.
These are by far the worst pair of boots i have ever purchased. The speed lock does not work at all. I have to retighten the boots after every run because it simply does not lock. Poorly constructed boots. I was very disappointed with burton and these boots. Total waste of money. DO NOT BUY THESE BOOTS.
The overall fit and finish on these boots was fine, as was the comfort and warmth. I had the all black pair which I liked the look of. I'm not a fan of anything flashy. However, the third or fourth day of wearing these boots I broke the cable for the coiling system on one of the boots. I was able to rig the cable to work for the rest of the day but promptly returned them to The House and exchanged them for some old school lashed boots. If you want something with a coiling system go with a set of boots that use the Boa system. The cable is tougher and you can purchase replacement parts to keep with you in your gear bag. Skip on these.
The Dial locking system does not lock. After 2 trips down the mountain I had to retighten. Depending on how long the run was sometimes they only stayed tight for one trip. I was constantly taking my gloves off to tighten the boots. This cause a delayed in how much board time I actually got as well as straining my muscles when the boot loosened half way down the slope. I had to take frequent brakes to allow my legs to rest do to over strain.
This boot would be excellent if not for that issue. They are comfortable, easy to put on and take off. But it is a major issue. I would give 5 stars but because of that issue it effects your whole day at the slopes in a negative way.
The dial on these boots does not work. Its constantly becomes loose and will never stay secure and snug. Each run I had to stop several times and tighten them. The first day I ended up getting ductape and wrapping it around my new boots to keep them from loosening. So, if you get these boots (don't recommend it) make sure you buy some ductape. Very frustrating. I wish would have never spent the money on these.
Very disappointed in these. The locking mechanism does not stay tight and I have to constantly tighten on every run. I ended up using duck tape to wrap around my new boots to keep them snug! I wish I could return them!
Best Answer:Most boots will fit most bindings as long as the boot size is within the binding size ex. burton bindings are 8-11 for medium and if you are a boot size 10 then it will fit. same will go for the rome s90's. and you can adjust the toe ramp.