The Burton Mint Snowboard Boots are loaded with quality and convenience at a price that is downright awesome. Whatever your abilities or riding style, progress your skills faster than ever with one of the world's bestselling boots. Offering a dream like fit as well as grip fit backstay and soft flex thin profile, these Burton Mints will have the ladies falling head over heels. With a 2 Part Outsole, EVA Cushioning and Rubber Ice Spikes, the Burton Mint Snowboard Boots are as good as it gets!
Key Features of The Burton Mint Women's Snowboard Boots:
Lacing: Speed Zone Express [Single Pull Lacing Simplicity]
Liner: Imprint 1 Liner with True Fit Design
Cushioning: 2-Part Outsole with EVA Cushioning and Rubber Ice Spikes
Flex and Response: Grip Fit Backstay and Soft Flex Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue
Comfort: Level 1 Molded EVA Footbed
The World's Bestselling Women's Boot Six Years Running
Bought these for my girlfriend. to go with here troop from burton fits true to its size and after her walking around to break them in took a few days now she is ready to shredd. Great buy for beginners for comfort dryness and warmth.
I bought these for my girl. She complains about everything, she's tried 2 other boots LTD/DC, hated both of them. She said her ankles getting smashed. Even without breaking these in, After the first day, she did not complain about these at all!!! It looks sick, it's cheap, fast lace system, comfortable!!!! I recommended it to another female friend and she has no complains either!!
I bought these boots as a replacement for a pair of not so great boots I got, and the change in fit and material is phenomenal! I could not believe the difference, these boots fit very snugly and are extremely easy to lace up! I would recommend buying the black boots because the white ones I bought get dirty easily
These boots are a good beginner boot, but I think I've started to outgrow them and want to look for a stiffer boot. The quick laces are really easy to do up with gloves on so it doesn't hurt to pull them tight. There wasn't much heel lift, you just have to make sure your ankle and heel are at the back of the boot. I went snowboarding on a super slushy day and they only got a little wet because I stood in a giant puddle by accident :
These boots have been pretty good. The lacing system is much better than the traditional laces. The only problem was after a few days on the hill, the laces began to tear. But Burton replace the complete liner at no charge
I think a few of the other reviews are a little mis-directed. This is a budget boot - you get what you pay for. I think for the price, the value and quality is good. If you are starting out - these will do the trick. Just make sure the fit is snug. With the lesser tech boots, it is important to get a good fit. They are not s forgiving as the top end models. They will stil do the job for a season and if treated well you'll get a second. If you struggle for comfort, try foot bed. Don't go the thicker sock this = feet sweet which = cold feet
This boot is a good boot for beginners that are on a low budget. We picked this boot up for a decent price at our local ski/snowboard shop because it was their last pair in stock. The lady fitting the boots said many people complain that the boot is too loose for them, she showed us how to tighten the boots correctly and we've never had a problem with the boots being too loose or any other problems, make sure you get a friend to help you push on the tounge and tighten the mid to upper section
I bought these for my girlfriend and she LOVES them. Bought them in the pink and brown and they look pretty sick on her. The only thing that I don't like about them is the squeak they have. It has something to do with the material they use on the top of the boot.
These boots are really tight, which I like because I have narrow feet. They are comfy and lighter weight. One suggestion is to go a size up because I ended up being about an 8, and I normally wear 7.5. Also I am worried about the laces breaking, I pull pretty hard and I can see these breaking after a year of use. (hopefully not!) but the way they tighten is so convenient when your boarding you dont have to wait to lace up
I tried these boots on in a store and they fit perfect! I wear a women's Size 11 and it is hard to find this size that fit me perfect! I plan on buying these as soon as I can. Perfect for a girl with larger feet wanting to own womens boots. I will be using them with my 2010 Burton troop and stiletto bindings.
I liked this boot a lot when I wore it for the first time. It didn't take long for me to put the boot on - didn't struggle with laces and tightening was a cinch. The only thing I didn't really like about the boot was that the top gets loose easily (more frequently than it would with laced up boots) and you would have to re-tighten your straps every every two-three runs or so. However, if you do like a slightly loose, then I guess this boot is okay. Also, I have wide feet, so I wouldn't recommend wearing thick socks with these boots if it's already really snug on you when wearing regular socks. All in all, this is a good boot for the price I paid
These take a couple days to break in but once they do they're like a puppy attached to your leg. I (carefully) took a hair dryer to warm up the shrink fit liners to speed up the process. The boots are easy to lace and re-lace. I only have problems tightening down the liner because the little slider clip never seems to get as tight as you want it. My feet are fairly narrow and I don't have a lot of ankle movement even though they've packed out. Coming down the hill these boots are quite responsive and stiff. By the end of the day I wish the padding was a higher quality but these baddies are a great bang for your buck.
These are my first pair of snowboard boots, i just started riding, and i tried a few different pairs before i bought mine. I really love the quick lacing and how easy it is to take them off and put them on. They keep my feet really warm and i only have to have on one pair of socks and i'm comfortable. These boots do not squeeze my toes and they fit perfect for my exact shoe size. i really enjoy the stiffness that they have, its perfect for keeping control of my board. The only thing i dislike is how hard they are to walk in, especially trying to walk uphill
My sister bought me these and were good for the first few hours until they started to feel too tight and I had to readjust my laces, which I found myself contantly doing. Also after the day had ended my feet were pretty numb. they're really snug though and when I get the lacing just right, they're amazing
What I love most about these boots is how light they are in weight, making the general lugging to & fro a breeze. They are so comfy. I have Burton board & bindings to go with the boots, so can't comment on what other brands are like as far as 'best packaged with' field goes
The boot fits really nice. I tried on a few others before buying this one when I went to the Ski and Snowboard Expo. I just can't seem to find a way to make it so my toes aren't freezing no matter what boot I wear it always happens.
These are decent boots. I had flow bindings which could be a good reason why my right boot tore up pretty bad. But they keep your foot very warm, I just never got them to be tight on me. The speed lacing would always be loose
The main problem with these was they were extremely small I got an 11 to be safe as I am from Australia, lucky as the 11 is actually quiet tight. They look really cool, but they are hard to make tight around the ankle, and there was a bit of heel lift
I initially ordered these in an 8.5 and thought they were too small so returned for a 9. My toes touch the front in the 9s, but I have a decent amount of heel lift. Not sure if this is because I can't get the inner laces as tight as I'd like or because they are too big. Don't have any numbness or cramping in my toes like my friends wearing other boots - so can't complain too much. My feet are warm and toasty all day long! You get what you pay for - this is a good boot for a low price.
I've officially retired these boots of mine last year. They're great for entry level, with a lower price compared to other models - but as you step up your game, these are something you want to move away from. There's too much flex to get you that quick response on your board, and the lacing breaks loose often so that you have to retie. Works best lining your foot up toe to toe with a partner and having them yank on your laces - otherwise your foot will be able to slip right out of the boot by your second run. =