You cannot argue with the success of the Burton Moto Snowboard Boots! This Burton model consistently wins the award for bestselling boot on the market, and it is certainly easy to see why. The Burton Moto features level 3 support that provides the perfect blend of flexibility and ankle support for riding every type of terrain imaginable. With a molded EVA footbed and speed zone lacing system added for good measure, we are asking why everyone does not own a pair!
Key Features of Burton Moto Snowboard Boots:
Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology
LACING: Speed Zone Lacing System for True Zonal Lacing Control
LINER: Imprint 1 Liner with Integrated Lacing
CUSHIONING: DynoLite Outsole
FLEX AND RESPONSE: Grip Fit Ribs and Soft Flex Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue
COMFORT: Total Comfort Construction, Snow-Proof Internal Gusset, and Level 1 Molded EVA Footbed
The World's Bestselling Snowboard Boot Twelve Years Running
I knew as soon as I tried these boots on they were bad news, because I knew I wouldn't be able to talk myself out of buying them. And I don't regret it. These are the most supportive and comfortable boots I've ever tried on, and I shopped around all summer. I look forward to breaking them in
I ordered these in a size 15 for my 16 year old son who wears a size 14 street shoe and they fit great. He is really enjoying the boots. My advice: order them one size larger than your regular shoes and avoid a return for a larger size.
Order got to me about 3 weeks from the time that I ordered them, leaving not a whole lot of time for me to send them back for a refund/trade-in. They run fairly small, and are very snug on the toes. I wear a size 13 shoe, so I figured by getting a size 15 boot, I'd be in the clear. Not even there was I close. But I'll buy from the local guys here so I can try them on and avoid the hassle of the short refund time-frame.
Cozy boots, run small/tight, very rigid (great frame), and easy lacing. Would buy again with the right sizing.
I were a size 11 shoe and got the Moto in a size 11 and the boots run way small but I wore them on the mountain thinking they would stretch out and they didn't but I can't send them back because I wore them once smh
Best Answer:Patti, Good Question. Burton lists these boots as Lt. blue, becuase those gray panels have a bluish hue. The highlights are lime green as pictured. I just glanced at the boots, and they are pretty cool looking. So... you get green :)
Generally it's best to have a snug fitting boot. I've found that ever Burton boot I've ridden has packet out 1/4 a size. If you can withstand the discomfort of a smaller boot for a few sessions riding, I'd suggest getting size 11.