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Burton Ruler Snowboard Boots

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Specs

Type: Freeride, All Mountain
Upper Material: Synthetic Leather
Cuff: Standard
Sole Material: Hybrid
Flex: Medium/Stiff
Volume: Reduced
Lacing System: Speed Lace
Lace Harness: Yes
Liner Type: Heat Moldable
Liner Lacing: Speed Lace
Removable Liner: Yes
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Ruler Snowboard Boots

The Burton Ruler Snowboard Boots are pretty sturdy boots that work well in almost all mountain situations. From pipes to power Burton has you covered with these bad boys. Sick of taking off your gloves to tighten your boots up? Never again. The sweet lacing system allows for easy adjustment even with big bulky gloved fingers. Ridiculously comfortable, while retaining some stiffness, these boots are among the best on the market for beginning to intermediate snowboarders.

Key Features of The Ruler Snowboard Boots:
  • NEW Imprint 2 Liner with Power Panel 1.0 Technology and Quick Fit Lacing Harness
  • Speed Zone Lacing System for True Zonal Lacing Control Lacing
  • 3 Part Cut and Buff Outsole with EVA Cushioning
  • Support: 6
  • Micro Articulating Cuff Power Spine 1.0 Backstay, and Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue
  • Molded EVA Footbed Comfort

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Ruler


3.7 / 5.0
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Comfortable Boots
Bought these boots for $100 which is a great price! The lacing system is great, you can pull them supertight in two regions and they stay tight, but if you do need to tighten them, it's really easy to do compared to the regular laces. They're really warm and has done me well in the past couple of seasons. They have started to pack out which is a little unfortunate. They are a stiff boot which gives you plenty of ankle support. Sole is super grippy so you don't really need a stomp pad. Lastly the boot is a tad heavy, hence losing one star
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December 13, 2010
Te gustan o no te gustan
Estas botas te gustan y las quieres o no te gustan y no las quieres. No hay termino medio. A mi no me gustan. El sistema de cordones que utilizan estas botas y otros modelos no es bueno. No ajustan bien o hay que hacer mucha fuerza. Ademas si te pasas de fuerza el cordon se desgarra con las mordazas. el resto de la bota es bueno, pues son muy comodas y confortables, aunque la dureza es termino medio y blanda para los pesados
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November 16, 2010
Best Value Boot
The only boots I have owned previous to this boot are the Ride Deuce from several years ago. Compared to that boot, the Ruler is more supportive, and has the obvious benefit of the lacing system. This makes it very easy to adjust if you didnt get it tight enough at the bast of the mountain, and easy to adjust as the day goes on. One thing to note is that this boot is fairly big for a 10.5, in terms of the amount of space it takes up. I had to make significant adjustments to fit this boot into the same bindings that previously housed my Deuces. Bottomline, a legit boot, and well worth the money
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January 22, 2011

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Do u have size 8?
A shopper on Dec 5, 2014
Best Answer: Hey,
This version of the Burton Ruler is from a previous year, and the posted size is all we have left. We do have a number of other Burton Ruler Boots here: http://www.the-house.com/search.html?keywords=Burton+Ruler+Snowboard+Boots
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hey do you have size 13?
boxun z on Dec 27, 2013
Best Answer: Hello Boxum,

Yes we have size 13 snowboard boots. Check them all out HERE: http://www.the-house.com/snbo-by-size.html?refine.size=13%20-%2013.5
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