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Burton Ruler Snowboard Boots

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Specs

Type: Freeride, Freestyle, All Mountain
Upper Material: Nylon
Cuff: Flex Panel
Sole Material: EVA
Flex: Medium/Stiff, 6
Volume: Standard
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

Don't ever feel limited on where you can go or what you can do by putting on the Burton Ruler Snowboard Boot. The measure by which all other boots should be judged, the Ruler boot is constructed out of nylon for a comfortable fit so that your feet stay warm and dry. Add in the lightweight outsole that has a 270" airbag cushioning as well as a rubber toe and heel reinforcements and these boots will make sure you keep your feet no matter what terrain you decide to conquer from the top to the bottom of the mountain.

Key Features of the Burton Ruler Snowboard Boots:
  • Support: 6
  • Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology
  • LACING: Speed Zone Lacing System for True Zonal Lacing Control
  • LINER: Imprint 2 Liner with Lock-Up Cuff, Velcro Closure, and Man Fur
  • CUSHIONING: Lightweight Outsole with 270" Airbag Cushioning and Rubber Toe/Heel Reinforcements
  • FLEX AND RESPONSE: Power Spine Backstay, Flex Notches, and NEW Power Up Medium Flex Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue
  • COMFORT: Total Comfort Construction, Snow-Proof Internal Gusset, and Level 1 Molded EVA Footbed

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comfortable!!
Nestor M on Apr 24, 2014
It matches my jacket
Matthew M on Feb 9, 2014
I'm tired of laces. Everyone always had to wait for me. I'm not a straggler. I was working hard and not dilly dallying. I HAD LACES TO TIE!! And they always made me drive so they already had their boots on. I will not be called Pokey again!! Plus the boots look cool and the support number looked good. Don't want a soft boot and look like a rookie. Ride.
ted g on Mar 12, 2014
I've gone through many boots (including Burton) that broke in one way or another & hoping a boot model & reputable manufacturer that has been around for many years will last longer before breaking. In addition, I prefer quick entry/exit designs & the medium flex stiffness will suit my riding style (cruising intermediate & groomed blacks). Also like the color.
Kenneth M on Jan 4, 2014
Do Burton bindings only allow burton boots? Someone told me that.
A shopper on Dec 8, 2013
Best Answer: Chris is right, if you properly match your boot and binding size together the combination will work.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 9, 2013
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I am ready to order and the free watch does not show on the order? Why?
Jan D on Dec 5, 2013
Best Answer: Hi Jan,

If you select the "Click Here For Info" under the big red Free Watch button, you will come to find the following:

Watch will not appear in your cart but will be added to your order when shipped.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 5, 2013
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I just bought and installed the new flow 5 SE Bindingd to my board b/c I had older equip. That I thought was to rought to all my problems after having the same pain in my ankles with my old boot I realized there great for shoveling snow but no longer supportive enough for the mt.

I guess my question is if anyone know flow equipment , I have the rear entry which will take time getting use to , will this burton boot compliment the the flow binding ? After buying the flow binding I'm told it's more for freestyle and the park , I'm more of a freestyle / carver , I enjoy crus in the trails earl with a fresh groom

Thanks for any response
Matt
Mathew F on Feb 16, 2014
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