The Burton Moto Snowboard Boots are some of the highest selling snowboard boots ever. The peed Zone Lacing System for True Zonal Lacing Control allows you to lace these boots with the upmost speed so that you do not have to waste all your time lacing up the boots when you would rather be spending your time on the slopes. The Imprint''s liner provides plenty of warmth and comfort with the help of the Level 1 Molded EVA Footbed.
Key Features of the Burton Moto Snowboard Boots:
NEW Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology
LACING: Speed Zone Lacing System for True Zonal Lacing Control [Featuring NEW System Upgrades]
LINER: Imprint 1 Liner
CUSHIONING: NEW Dual-Component Outsole with EVA Cushioning and Rubber Ice Spikes
FLEX AND RESPONSE: Grip Fit Ribs and Soft Flex Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue
COMFORT: Level 1 Molded EVA Footbed
The World''s Bestselling Snowboard Boot Nine Years Running
This snowboard boot is very nice. It has kept me dry every single time i went riding. I like to ride freestyle and mountain and these boots were very good to use. It fits a little small for me but overall i am very pleased with this boot.
I picked up last years model - and have put about 30 full days in them. To start, the single lace cable system works well. There is an upper zone that goes from the ankle up the shin, and a lower zone covering the top of the foot. You are able to get a nice custom fit, and I never need to re-adjust after I first put them on; which is huge, the system definitely works! Nothing has broken/fallen off/malfunctioned all year and look forward to this season in them. Only drawback I would say is that it is a stiffer boot that what I expected, if you are looking for a new shoe for a freestyle setup - choose another
I picked these boots up because my DC Park boots were wearing out and I needed a boot fast for the rest of the season. I didn't know how well they would do well in the park, but they actually did. It also did very well in the few powder sessions I had when I traveled to NY this past season. It seems to be a good all around boot for all your riding needs.
For $150, there is absolutely NO going wrong with these boots. You definitely get your money's worth out of these. Speed lacing is awesome. It gets you in your boots and on the mountain faster. The boots are super warm and fit perfectly. I have no complaints about these boots, except I've heard that you should be careful with the laces. Nothing I've come across so far though. BUY THIS BOOT
Speed lacing is awesome for this boot, makes it quick n easy. Very comfortable to ride in, in fact riding in them all day is no problem they seem to built really well and hold together. I'm told not to support your board on these boots because it will wear them bad in one season, and sometimes I hear it can tear the laces. The only thing bad about these boots I can really say, which isn't even a negative really is that late in the season they can be too warm to ride in, probably has something to do with i have an all black outfit. but these boots are goo
Bueno este es el primer par de botas burton que tengo, y creo que me quedo con la marca y el modelo, acabo de usar por 12 dias las botas y esta es mi resena:
La primera impresion es buena a la vista y los materiales son de buena calidad, al momento de probarme la bota la senti un poco justa, pero camine con ellas como por 5 minutos en la tienda y se fueron amoldando, son mi primer par de botas con este sistema de amarre, al principio cuesta algo de trabajo acostumbrarse pero ya que lo haces es una maravilla. Los primeros dias en la montana me incomodaban un poco en la punta del pie despues de unas cuantas hrs de uso, pero como al 4 cuarto dia pareciese que no tienes unas botas de snow puestas, son muy comodas, la flex es ideal las use tanto en el parque como en las bajadas y de maravilla, lasr ecomiendo mucho. La talla es la misma que uso en tenis asi que el comprar en linea se hace mas facil.
I was getting a lot of foot pain in my nike's, so i decided to stop by a local shop and grab a pair of these after trying them on. They are freaking comfortable, and soft enough to tweek around. I am able to compensate for their soft flex by adjusting my bindings, so i can get a responsive ride or a more jib oriented ride out of them. I think these boots are great for their price
Luv the speed lacing. very comfortable and fits me perfect. Had a hard time figuring out how to loosen the laces when i first got it...felt like a caveman....lol. so for those of u who have a hard time like me, pull the laces outwards from the little hook on the side then stretch out the middle part of the boots and the laces will loosen. as for the fit, it fits me perfect and i had a great tiem with i
I love this so much I got a second pair on sale (less than $50). It's fine for a comfort and flex. I wish the pull string on innner boot can be tighten all the way. Other than that, I can really complaint. For me, as you as your are comfortable in wearing it, not sure you need to spend more
Las compre la ultima temporada para renovar mis botas anteriores y quede muy conforme con la compra. El primer dia de uso estuvo nevando varias horas y las botas no se mojaron y continuaron calidas todo el dia. Son muy estables para caminar en la nieve y el sistema de cordones es sencillo y rapido. Por el precio es una gran opcion.
These boots are so easy to lace up. I love just putting my foot in and pulling the cord to tighten them up. The only thing I don't like about them is that the heel is really wide and hard to slip into my bindings. I gotta stomp down to make sure they are completely in.
i worn these boots about seven or eight times now and they are great. the only problems come with the lacing system which is not my favorite and that they are kind of starting to wear down after not much use. this could be due to having flow bindings but the material doesnt seem that great. Overall, a good boot though
I have old pair of Burton Freestyle. Compared to those, Moto is much lighter. I find that you have to press the middle part of the boot in to get the strap tight there, just pulling on the strap will tighten the top and bottom pretty well, but not the middle
I bought these midway through last season. They are great for $150! They keep your feet completely warm and dry even after a full day worth of riding. The Motos have great grip for walking in the snow. One flaw is that they are a bit stiff, but still a amazing buy
great boots, good quality for the price. The speed lacing is great. A lot better than the traditional. It fits great for me. My older boots just to hurt my shins and my toes after a while. With this it doenst happe
These boots are great the speed lacing system is definitely faster than regular tying your boots up. although you will have to tighten these boots a couple times if you are riding them very roughly. But they will not come untied and rarely ever slip. Plus they look great and feel the same way.
I have been snowboarding since December 2010 and this boot was the first I have bought. I ride a Solomon Ace with Burton Custom Bindings. I own the Burton Motos and instantly fell in love with them. They are comfy and durable. The way to tighten the boots is by pulling each side of the boot. Is it a good easy way to tighten it, but when you want to take it off you pull the laces down and it should unlock but sometimes that doesn't work. I give the boots 8/10 and would recommend buying it.
If you are contemplating what boot to buy? listen to the reviews and go with this boots. For the price, you will NOT be disappointed. It's got a great, snug fit, unexpected for a low priced boot, and it's comfortable to wear the entire day. try them out, you'll know why it's rated number
These are great boots they arrived the other day and they fit and feel great. I really love the tightening system on the motos but my only complaint is that the 2010 years style has the tightening mechanism on only one side.
Overall, these boots aren't bad at all as far as comfort and ride which is the most important thing. They have a nice enough flex but you have to work it in as in most boots. My one gripe which annoys the hell out of me is the lace system. Getting the boots on is very quick, but after you tighten, you have to shove the remaining lace into the sides of the boot. This part is kind of tedious and annoying. Also, the boot fits true to size and is neither wide or narrow in regards to FIT, but from the outside they look rather wide. I am being nit-picky but as a perfectionist I strive for the best fit/aesthetics in all of my gear
For any one starting off snowboarding and looking to get serious these are the boots to go with, fit good, ride well and last a life time. These were my first boots and gave me 4 good years here and abroad. Still in great nick and only purchased new boots as I wanted something lighter and new to play with
rode it today at mtn high in so cal and they were very comfortable and i didnt have any problems and i never had to tighten them once after the first time. i got the black grey and multi and it looks sick
If your buying boots on a budget(which i dont recommend) these boots are the best for your $. These where great when i first bought my entry pair of snowboard boots but i quickly progressed more than these boots could keep up with. The boots itself is great no complaints there, the only thing i could say is the Imprint 1 liners just dont have enough heel hold compared to what you get when you buy a nicer(more expensive) boot like an Imprint 3 liner or better. All in all these are great boots and definitly the choice you should go with if your in this price range
These are definitely worth the money! If you are looking to save some cash, but not cheap out on a set of boots then the burton moto is the way to go! Right out of the box they felt really comfortable and didnt require that much of a break in time. The lacing system can be a problem sometimes tho
I love these boots, and I'm a freestyle rider. These boots are quick and easy to put on, and do not become loose. The only problem I had was when my laces got cut... it's not something you can really fix in your spare time. It's more like something you take down to the board shop to get fixed for a week... to avoid that though, just don't rest your board on your laces. Boards have sharp edges
I bought this boot from my local ski shop for 120 $. This boot is a nice boot for everything on the mountain. From freestyle to carving it does it all good. It's very warm and has a nice and medium flex. The only complaint i have is when i wear it for maybe 1 1/2 hours it start to press hard against the top of my foot cutting off the circulation.(since i have big feet) This boot is very high quality and a really good boot, I just suggest getting a wider or taller boot if you have big or wide feet
easy to customize the fit....took a couple of days to pack em in but now they are great....was honestly ready to get something different after my first day....but by the third session they have been great
I was surprised at how soft the boot was and it was really comfortable with the cushioning inside. Downside is that it fits nicely but feels like it'll pack out real fast probably after 10+ days, going after a half-size down would be a good idea. Soft when you need it and responsive at the same time. Tightened to boot to tight and my foot went numb. Very easy to get in and out of the boot once you figure how to use the lacing system. I'd recommend this boot to a friend
this boot feels really tight and small at first wear but gets stable 3-4th time use... if ride rough then shoelace loose bit... overall this boot is really nice comfort at the price.... i recommend this boots to mid easy freestyle ride
This boots nothing much special but i really like the boots itself for the reason of comfort and really easy to wear and the waterproof is did the job i have been wear to rain snow without a problem. Also, the material quality is nice and not easy to wear out. GOod value at short
This is a great boot for a beginner to intermediate rider. I got these boots mainly for the BOA lacing system because i think lacing up my boots all the time is a pain. The laces are over 2 years old and are still in great shape. The boot itself is very warm and comfortable. This boot has a great price tag for the good quality of the boot
For the price this is a great boot...For the price. They are pretty comfortable, not the most comfortable boot around, but they are cheap! They keep you warm, I never had a problem with the warmth of the boot riding on a 20 degree day. The speed lacing system is cool, but I don't see it lasting that long. I only demo'd the boot, but if the laces break it looks to me like you are screwed. With that said and keeping price in mind this boot is a great buy. The boot is built well and keeps you warm, it is flexy with mid level response. As long as the laces hold up these are a steal!
This boot is great for 150 dollars US, I just got them for Christmas when trying on these boots indoors my feet began to sweat within 20 minutes. Wearing them while snowboarding my feet never got cold and always stayed warm. I believe they run big, but this could be my view just because these are the first boots I have purchased. The only bad thing is the lacing system, they are hard to get tight, and if one of the laces happen to break when your out on the slopes, then your shit out of luck and done for the day, until you buy a replacement lace from burton. Overall great boots, very warm, and comfortable, I would recommend these to anyone
Great boot thats comfortable and doesnt hurt the wallet. Really easy to use with the lace up system. Only con is one time after about 5 runs, my right boot laces became loose but its so easy readjusting so no worrie
Great entry-level boot. Fits true to size, gets the job done. They're not the warmest boots I've ever owned, but I'd definitely recommend them if you're looking for a boot in this price range. The lacing system is nice and convenient, and easy to use
Great boots! I have them for a year now and I'm very satisfied with them. Keeps my feet comfortable all day long, no pain no nothing. Just need to find the perfect size that fits you. I went to the store first to try them on and bought online afterwards. And I love the fast lacing
I bought these boots and after one day of riding I switched back to my 32 Lashed. They're not bad boots but overall they aren't that comfortable and I even had a bit of heel slip even though the boots were tight on all other areas of my feet.
My only complaint was that for the first 4-5 times that I used these boots they were so uncomfortable for the sole reason that they were too tight on my toes. It seemed like the inner boot was too small for me. I bought a size 10 boot, but my sneakers tend to be 9.5. It would get to the point where my toes would hurt a lot.
However, after about 5 days using them... they stretched a little, and now they are a perfect snug fit. I was miserable at first, but now very pleased. I'd probably go for a bigger boot next time just to not suffer during that first half of the season, but at least I'm very happy now.
The Inner boot is also great because I can just slide off the tough outer shell the second I walk into the lodge, and just comfortably walk like a normal person around the lodge getting lunch
This boots are perfect for beginners getting down the mountain as well as intermediates shredding the park. They're very comfortable but not so warm. My feets began to feel numb in these. I'd sugged Pairing with a good set of snowboard socks in order to get the most warmth out of them.
I wore these boots last season, they were a good boot for the price. They did fall apart by the end of the season....given, I did get about 70 days out of them. Think you would be better off spending a bit more cash and going for Burton Rulers instead
I went with my bf to help him buy his first pair of snowboarding boots. I researched these boots online and most of the reviews were very good but when we went to sportcheck to try them on my bf said they didn't feel very comfortable. He liked that it was so easy to get them on and off although he found it difficult to adjust how lose or tight he wanted the boots to be. He ended up getting the Burton Invader boots. He found that the Invader boots were much more snug and he liked that it he was able to adjust how tight and lose he wanted them to be. Overall, the Burton Moto boots would be great for getting them on and off your feet but as for comfort and support it's not a great boot.
I bought these boots awhile back. They are Burton's best-sellers and are a good price. They come in a variety of colors and are great beginner boots and have a nice forgiving flex. They were little too flexible for me though once my riding started to progress and I got more aggressive with my free-riding. You get what you pay for with these.
I tried this boot on in the store today as i'm looking to get set up. This is the first set im buying so previously I have only used hire gear. The boots do look very nice, and you can feel the quality. The boot was fairly comfortable, although the sizing was a bit difficult. Im a 10 in shoes and had to go up to an 11 to stop my toes cramping up in the end of the boot. The lacing system was easy enough although I struggled to get the boots tight enough, not sure if this has anything to do with me having to go up to the 11. I walked in the boots for about 20 mins and again they stayed comfortable and were warm. Not 100% sure if they are the boots for me, i'll have to try a couple more pairs before making a decision
these are good boots, but they're very uncomfortable for a wide foot like me. after wearing them for more than three hours straight the side of my foot goes numb then starts to burn. they never get wet on the inside, and keep me very warm. if you have a narrow foot its a great bu
The Burton Moto is an entry level boot designed for the beginning rider. The first thing I should say about these boots is that they pack out fairly quickly; after about 8 days on the slopes, they were about a half size larger. By 10 days on the slopes, I was getting a bit of heel lift. The speedzone lacing is fast, but since this boot uses the speedzone express where theres only one pull cord, I found it somewhat difficult to adequately tighten the lower zone independently from the upper zone. I also found I had to tighten these boots after every few runs because the cord catch would loosen. These boots are very flexible which is good for a beginner or the park-rat. Unlike other reviewers, I found these boots very comfortable. Theres only a single speedzone lacing pull on this boot, so you get a little bit less ability to control the tightening on different parts of the book. If youre a beginner, but youre relatively sure youll be riding quite a bit, I would actually recommend spending a few more dollars to get a slightly higher end boot. These will work for the budget conscious rider thoug
Overall a good boot for the price if it fits you well. I think it would be a good starter boot. Its biggest weakness is the adjustability of the speed lacing. You can only adjust the overall tightness of the boot. You can't selectivley tighten different areas if you like the toes looser than the heel. Anyway, a good boot as long as it fits well out of the box
I bought these boots before I knew about BOAs. The upper and lower function similar to tighten one area at a time, but it seems like this boot would get loose throughout runs. It was comfortable and kept my feet warm. If you are trying to get a budget non-boa boot, it will work well.