Item # bt2mow04bp6zz-burton-snowboard-boots

Burton Moto Snowboard Boots - Womens

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Specs

Type:
  • All Mountain
  • Freestyle
Upper Material:
  • Synthetic Leather
  • Synthetic Leather and Textile Shell
Cuff:
  • Standard
Sole Material:
  • Hybrid
  • 2-Part Outsole with EVA Cushioning and Rubber Ice Spikes
Flex:
  • Medium
  • 5
Volume:
  • Standard
Lacing System:
  • Lace
Lace Harness: No
Liner Type:
  • Heat Moldable
  • Imprint 1 Liner with PU Energy Panels and Stretch Lycra
Liner Lacing:
  • Speed Lace
Removable Liner:
  • Yes
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Moto Snowboard Boots - Womens

Footwear can turn a mediocre performance into a great one on the course - with Burton Moto Snowboard Boots, an exceptional performance is assured. With Mid Wide to Wide size, these boots are perfect for any foot size and features such as single pull lacing and sole flex offer the best in comfort and efficiency. One important factor is a "heat mold" material that actually contours to the arch of the foot and plays an incredible role when making the most out of attempts at big tricks. This Burton Moto creation is a winner.

Key Features of the Burton Moto Snowboard Boots:
  • Foot Shape: Mid Wide to Wide
  • Flex: Soft
  • Synthetic Leather and Textile Shell
  • 2-Part Outsole with EVA Cushioning and Rubber Ice Spikes
  • 3D Molded Tongue
  • Imprint 1 Liner with PU Energy Panels and Stretch Lycra Toe Panels
  • Molded EVA Footbed
  • Support: 5

Discontinued Colors

Moto


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Cheap boots"

    , HOUSTON, TX
    Pros: cheap, Cons:

    I got these for $20 brand new. It's a great beginners boot.

  • "moto"

    , AL
    Pros: light weight, Cons: dont last long,

    Good boots but they don't last for many years of riding.

  • "moto"

    , AL
    Pros: light weight, Cons: dont last long,

    Good boots but they dont last for many years of riding.

  • "Great boots for the price"

    , HUMMELSTOWN, PA
    Pros: Dry, Comfy, Warm Cons: Not completely resistant to water,

    For the price it's a great boot! After a long period of riding water will get into the boot which I expected. It's mainly for beginners like myself but it works out nicely and it fits normally!

  • "Good Deal"

    , FAIRBANKS, AK
    Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Cons:

    Rode with these boots all of last season. After I broke them in, never got a blister and they held up well the entire season. Great buy!

  • "Burton Moto"

    , Mill Creek, WA
    Pros: Comfortable, Easy lacing, Durable, Easy in & out, Well known brand Cons:

    After half a day of riding I would always have to retighten them. Very comfy to walk around in though! (and easy to as well)

  • "Burton Moto Womens Review"

    ,
    Pros: Cons:

    Great for a beginner boot. I've had them for 3 seasons now and it's falling appart but the boot is still ridiculously stiff ! Time to move on.

  • "Good buy "

    , long beach, NY
    Pros: Comfortable, Easy lacing, Durable, Warm Cons:

    These are my first pair of boots and cant really complain, they're really comfortable and warm, cant really complain about them. When I ride I feel stable, good pair of beginner boots. Also a great buy.

  • "good boots"

    , ARLINGTON, VA
    Pros: Heel hold, Comfortable, Durable, Good quality, Warm, Waterproofing, Well known brand Cons: Hard to lace

    My gf has these boots and she loves them. They're really comfortable, warm, and a perfect balance between softness and stiffness.

  • "Burton Moto Womens Review"

    , GEORGETOWN, KY
    Pros: Heel hold, Comfortable, Durable, Traction, Good quality, Warm, Waterproofing Cons: Hard to lace

    This was my first pair of boots and they have held up very well, considering the fact that I'm at the mountain every week. The only down side is the inner lacing system. I like my boots to fit nice and snug and the inner tongue tends to slide to the side causing the hold on my foot to become loose. Maybe once or twice during a days riding I'll have to stop and tighten them back up. But other then that I love them!

  • "Burton Moto Womens Review"

    , GEORGETOWN, KY
    Pros: Heel hold, Comfortable, Durable, Traction, Good quality, Warm, Waterproofing Cons: Hard to lace

    This was my first pair of boots and they have held up very well, considering the fact that I'm at the mountain every week. The only down side is the inner lacing system. I like my boots to fit nice and snug and the inner tongue tends to slide to the side causing the hold on my foot to become loose. Maybe once or twice during a days riding I'll have to stop and tighten them back up. But other then that I love them!

  • "My boots"

    , Austin, TX
    Pros: Heel hold, Comfortable, Durable, Good quality, Warm, Waterproofing, Easy in & out, Well known brand Cons: Hard to lace

    My first and only pair of boots. I love them. I have nothing to compare too but they are very comfy and have gotten me far. I actually wore them the rest of the evening after boarding because they just didnt bother me. Also comfy while riding they keep my toes warm and fit snug but are soft. The design isnt too out there and thhey are at a great price definitely recommend them.

  • "My boots"

    , Austin, TX
    Pros: Heel hold, Comfortable, Durable, Good quality, Warm, Waterproofing, Easy in & out, Well known brand Cons: Hard to lace

    My first and only pair of boots. I love them. I have nothing to compare too but they are very comfy and have gotten me far. I actually wore them the rest of the evening after boarding because they just didn't bother me. Also comfy while riding they keep my toes warm and fit snug but are soft. The design isn't too out there and they are at a great price definitely recommend them.

  • "Burton Moto Womens Review"

    , San Diego, CA
    Pros: Traction, Waterproofing, Well known brand Cons: Hard to lace

    I bought these two years ago as my first boot when I was just learning. They were inexpensive so it was better than renting at the mountain. They keep your feet feet dry and warm. I really like how these look (I got the black and red) and they held up well, but they are hard to get laced tight b/c of the satin laces, lacing system, and overall puffy-ness off the tongue/ankle of the boot. So I have to tighten them several times throughout the day, which stinks as your hands get cold. I bought a 9 even though i wear 9.5 - my experience is that Burton's run a little wide. Overall, I'd say they're a great boot for beginners if you don't have the budget to buy something better (or aren't sure you will stick with the sport and don't want to invest a lot), will hold up well and still be in great condition long after you outgrow this boot. Once you know what's going on, you'll want to invest in something better fitting.

  • "Good for beginners"

    , SCOTTSBURG, IN
    Pros: Comfortable, Breathable, Well known brand Cons: Low quality

    I bought these when I was learning, and they were great. However, I had to retire them and buy something with better support and stiffness after just one season, because I had already grew out of them (my riding was beyond the ability of these boots). I recommend them as a cheap boot for a beginner, but not for a seasoned rider.

  • "Fab Boots"

    , WANDIN NORTH, Vic
    Pros: Great colours, Comfortable, Easy to fit Cons: Can be stiff,

    I purchased these boots when I intially started learning. I found then to be very comfortable and warm. At times I have suffered from the stiffness, but generally a great boot for a beginner. Overall a fantastic boot and the quality has lasted over a few years.


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