Item # bt2se10bk8zz-burton-snowboard-boots

Burton Serow Snowboard Boots

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  • Freeride
  • All Mountain
Upper Material:
  • Leather
  • Articulated
Sole Material:
  • Rubber
  • Medium
  • Standard
Lacing System:
  • Speed Lace
Lace Harness: No
Liner Type:
  • Sewn
Liner Lacing:
  • None
  • velcro strap
Removable Liner:
  • Yes
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Serow Snowboard Boots

These Burton Serow Snowboard Boots are extremely durable and very comfortable. The Speed Zone Lacing System makes it incredibly easy to lace up and hit the slopes. Its Bar Adjustable Heel Hold System helps keep your feet in place and stabilizes your overall ride. Burton is one of the most trusted and reliable brands in the snowboard industry. You can rest assured that these snowboard boots will be of only the highest of quality!

Key Features of The Burton Serow Snowboard Boots:
  • NEW Imprint 3 Liner with Power Panel 2.0 Technology, J Bar Adjustable Heel Hold System, and Aegis Antimicrobial Coating
  • Speed Zone Lacing System for True Zonal Lacing Control
  • Support: 6
  • Vibram Outsole with B3 Gel Cushioning and Rubber Ice Spikes
  • Articulating Cuff Power Spine 1.0 Backstay, and Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue
  • Molded EVA Footbed with ESS Support Shank, OUTLAST Adaptive Comfort Technology. and Aegis

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Brand, size, and good discount
Sebastian G on Dec 16, 2013
Are these good for park riding?
Alec H on Apr 29, 2014
Best Answer: I have used these boots for 2 years now, and love them, both in the parks and cursing down the mountain. I do not ride in the parks all day, but spend about 50% of my time in them.
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