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DC Judge BOA Snowboard Boots

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Description: DC Judge BOA Snowboard Boots

A little bit stiffer boot, for a little bit more rigid riding. The DC Judge will contour to your foot and integrate with your bindings while securely holding everything in place. A super lightweight Out Sole and a super fast lacing will have you tearing up and down groomers and powder all day.

Key Features of the DC Judge BOA Snowboard Boots:
  • Synthetic Leather & PU coated mesh
  • BOA Focus
  • 3D Tongue
  • Articulation
  • Welded Backstay
  • Internal Ankle Harness
  • Unilite Outsole
  • Bravo Liner
  • Flex Rating 7

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  • "great pair of boots"

    , AL
    Pros: tightens good , comfortable , warm Cons:

    This boot is very good of a fit. stays tight through a hard day of park riding. will absorb impact from a long jump. the boa focus part works very nicely and i didnt have any problems with them. :)

  • "sick boots"

    , AL
    Pros: comfy, Cons: none,

    sick boots

  • "Breakable"

    , Greenwich, NSW
    Pros: very comfortable, Boa AWSOME, Cons: break way too easy, Boa breaks,

    i had these boots for 3 months and tore the whole heal off the boot i was so stoked with them when i first got them but now im just kinda disapointed :(

  • "Easy to put on"

    , Richmond, BC
    Pros: Very convinence, Cons:

    This pair boots...guess what...u don't need to tide your shoelaces anymore!! All you have to do is to turn the knob at the front and it will tighten the boot for you...amazing right??

  • "Sweet kicks"

    , laurence harbor, NJ
    Pros: Easy adjustment, Comfortable, Cons:

    The double boa lacing system makes making adjustments a breeze. Adjustments can be made on the fly depending on your terrain and riding style. Im done with laces!

  • "Sick Boot"

    , Aurora, OH
    Pros: Comfy, Grip, Responsive Cons: Takes a while to break in,

    This is a very great boot. They kept me warm to the toes. It was very reponsive. It can respond good when using the right binding. It has good grip too. One problem is it takes a while to break in.

  • "DC Boa"

    , Minneapolis, MN
    Pros: Fast to put on, convient turn tightning , Cons: Stiff when walking, Not the most comfortable,

    I used to have a older model of the DC boa boots and being a park rider I was not sold on the boot. The boot was hard and stiff makeing it hard to even flex my board. For the common everyday rider this is a great boot that is quick and easy to put on. Once again the only problem is it is stiff.

  • "DC Stepped it up"

    , san francisco, CA
    Pros: double boa, memory foam in liner , everlast Cons: none yet,

    This is a great boot, DC stepped it up and brought in a new boot designer who designed the last on Burton and i believe 32. it fits amazing with no hot spot. i love how they removed most of the plastic parts in the lacing system to make it more simpler as well as letting the boot wrap around your foot more to give a more secure fit. And the memory foam liner is just awesome. i can ride this boot anywhere but prefer freestyle. it gives enough support to do all this. try this boot on...its worth it

  • "DC Judge (made for comfort)"

    , LODI, CA
    Pros: Very comfortable, Durable / great support, The BOA is awesome / fast and easy Cons: N/A,

    DC scored a home run when they designed this boot. I've had my pair for four years now and absolutely love them. They are great anywhere on the mountain. Great support, great design, very comfortable. I will be buying another pair cause they are that good. Thanks DC

  • "Forget the lace!"

    , Mount Airy, MD
    Pros: No laces!, Ease, Cons: Always sold out,

    I am never going back to laced snowboard boots again... These Boa systems take all the pain of taking off your glove and trying to get that right fit away! I've rented the boa boots made by head and I decided that I was done with laces already but it only had one zone... when I was able to dial more specific fits with the Judge I was amazed... I am still trying to find my size because they are sold out everywhere... maybe next season...

  • "You be the Judge"

    , New York, NY
    Pros: Focus Boa, comfy, durable Cons:

    i wore these boots for half the season and it was a love hate relationship. i loved how the double boa made it so simple and easy to put on/adjust my boot, but hated how my highback kept hitting the side knob and making it loose. Everything else was great, the fit, comfort, warmth, flex... that one boa knob that kept coming loose was a deal breaker for me. i had them paired with Burton Infidels so if you have those bindings be careful.

  • "boa is where its at my friend"

    , guilford, CT
    Pros: comfortable, boa is great, narrow Cons: to stiff,

    So I picked these up off a DC am for thirty bucks even though were a size 11 and I'm usually a ten but they were just a great deal. What I really love about these boots is the narrow profile and the amazing boa system. It is convenient and it gives you a great tight fit. So in conclusion, if you don't want these boots, just get the boa system.

  • "Favorite Boot"

    , Kenosha, WI
    Pros: Comfortable, Warm, Great Support Cons:

    I rode this boot for most of the season this year and I absolutely loved them. I mostly got to ride them in the park and they worked great for that. I did some backcountry riding with them and they also work really good for that. They had great support around my feet. They were just a little tight around the area before my toes. But I think that is just because my feet are so messed up. They kept my feet nice and toasty. That is one of the main things I look for. Once your feet or hands get cold the day will no longer be fun. DC has always done a great job with their boots. I will probably be riding this model again next year.

  • "Excelentes"

    , Miami, FL
    Pros: Dureza, Calidad, Durabilidad Cons: No traen RECCO,

    Son botas excelentes. El modelo es similar al Journey que viene con cordones tradicionales y particularmente yo las prefiero, pues todavia tengo desconfianza al sistema BOA en botas para free ride como son estas. Aunque es muy comodo pienso que si se rompen en un sitio alejado o comprometido, estas en el horno. No obstante ello, si BOA es tu eleccion, es un producto recomendable y de alta calidad.

  • "Throw down with this boot!"

    , Seattle, WA
    Pros: Perfect Fit!, Great tightening system, Perfect flex for pow and speed riding Cons: Boot doesn't have recco like 2010 model,

    WOW! There is too much to say about this boot. Let's start with the flex of this boot. It perfect for flying down the hill at any speed you'd like. (Preferably breaking the speed limit) Next, is that the boa system locks in two spots. (The front and side) This helps you get a PERFECT and SOUND fit on the boot. It also makes it full customizable. This boot is everything you could possibly want in a boot. This boot and the Burton SLX are the two boots im using. They are IMO, the best boots on the market at the moment. The only disappointing thing about this boot is that this year, they decided to take the Recco Avalanche Detector in the boot. If you have your transceiver, you should be fine though.

  • "clutch"

    , State College, PA
    Pros: boa, lightweight, Cons: pricey,

    i tried my friend's pair a couple of times down the mountain, compared to my 32s it's about the same except the sole feels pretty nice and cushy on landings. the boa is pretty clutch too, easy to tighten, and easy to loosen. unlike the single boa types, the double makes the lower and upper part of the boot tightening separate so you have control over how tight you want your foot and shin area.

  • "Recommended by a friend"

    Pros: comfy , quick lacing, Cons: I wasnt happy with the toe box fitment,

    When I was first shopping for boots, a buddy highly recommended these to me. I got to demo these from my buddy who had the same size shoe as me. I have a wide foot and my first pair of boots were a 8.5 from burton. The 8.5 from DC was a little tight on the toes. Even with expected pack out it still would have been uncomfortable. I was able to try on a size 9 at the store that fit better but the length in the toe box was more than I wanted. The comfort in the rest of the boot was great. I didnt have any pains except in the toebox in the 8.5 when riding. My feet were warm and the boa was great going from traditional laces. I just wonder if they can be replaced should they break.

  • "The Best"

    , HILTON, NY
    Pros: Dual Zone Boa, Heel Hold, Overall Comfort Cons: None,

    I got a heck of a deal on these boots and can't believe how great they have been. These are my thrid pair. I started with a pair of solomon's that were great but the lacing was arduous so I wanted a boa boot. I started with the DC Scout but found them to be uncomfortable and cheap feeling. This is not the case with the judge. It's a solid boot and the dual zone Boa makes an immense difference. I highly recommend. Also, the 686 pants with the boa space in front works pretty well with these.

  • "Easy"

    , Dartmouth, MA
    Pros: turn thing, comfortable, Cons:

    These are my favorite boots out of the three i have. they are easy to put on an adjust with the knob thing and they are so comfortable. they have a mid flex which makes them great freestyle bindings in my opinion. Ur feet dont sweat so much in these. they are the best boots to have. buy them

  • "DC Boots w/ BOA"

    Pros: BOA system, Warm, Cons: Durability, Fit,

    I bought these boots mainly bc I was attracted to the BOA system. First of all, the fit seemed to be true to size right-out-of-the-box. It took a while of riding and walking around in them to truly break them in. Other reviewers have complained about the BOA lacing system giving them issues... I'm not hard on my boots and I've always taken care of them... so no problems there. Certain parts of the leather material have seemed to wear prematurely, but no big deal there. The boots are warm, and will keep your feet that way all day. My only complaint about the BOA system is that, at first, there seemed to be some uneven tight spots on the top of my feet, but that went away after the first few days of breaking in the boots. Don't hesitate to buy these boots.

  • "awesome "

    , Hillsboro,, OR
    Pros: comfortable, warm, plenty of flex Cons: price,

    i ride with vans aura's i believe they're called i tried these out and i love them. awesome fit and has a little more flex and less stiffness than my boots. but the price is the only thing that gets me or else i'd get these. awesome buy though if you dont care about spending a lot of money.

  • "Great Boot"

    Pros: No pressure points, Comfortable, Easy Adjustment Cons: A little wide,

    I would argue to say that the boot is the most important part of a boarders setup. I've had a cheap boot for the past couple of years and it left pressure points and bruises on my foot. After getting the Judge I have had none of these problems. It has improved my riding overall simply because I am more comfortable and am not in pain when i'm boarding. The only problem with this boot is that it does run a little wide and may need adjusting to current bindings. Other than that I would wholly recommend this boot. It's great and gets tight when you need it and loose when you need to be comfortable. And the BOA system has been flawless so far and I can adjust it on the fly if needed. I love that I can make it tight when I'm feeling like i need the speed and keep it loose when I want to do jumps/tricks. Definately a welcome addition.

  • "Very comfortable"

    , AL
    Pros: Boa system, Locked in ankle support, Very comfortable Cons: Toe is a little too soft for toe strap bindings,

    These are great boots! I can see why Torstein Hormgo wears these. They are very comfortable. I have the 2011 Judge boots, but I like last years designs better but couldn't find them anywhere. Only problem I had with this boot was the toe being too soft. I'm using 2011 Cartel bindings which has a toe strap and when I strap them tight the boots start folding upwards because they're not stiff enough in the front.

  • "recommend"

    , AL
    Pros: responsive, grippy, Cons: takes a while to break in,

    Great boot, kept me warm to the toes, felt like i was one the board as it would respond so well when coupled with the right bindings. Even great off the board, better than last years model, better grip sole. Only problem is it takes a while to break in and truly be comfortable

  • "Stiff but great"

    Pros: BOA system, Comfortable, Warm Cons: Stiff,

    I purchased these boots earlier this season. It took me four days of hard riding before I properly broke them in. (After the first two days I contemplated returning because of the stiffness). Overall this is a great, comfortable boot. The sizes run small so be aware. I love the BOA cable system and do not think I will ever return to laces. So easy to change and customize your fit on the fly. Recommended for all mountain riding.

  • "The Best!!!"

    Pros: STIFF!!!, 2 Stage BOA, fits a wider foot Cons: On the bulky side, may not fit your bindings,

    These are the best boots I have owned. The 2 stage BOA lacing makes these have a custom fit that is unparalleled. You can really cinch these as tight as you want. So far, no slippage. The liner is very comfy, and the heel cup is just right. (I've had some cups too big and they cut into your heel and you are suffering the last half of the day). Also, if you have a wider foot, these may be for you. I rated these average, but they are more like an average/wide. I've had Northwave Supra and Burton Moto boots, and they both were a little too narrow for me. The only thing is that these are on the stiff side. A pro for me 'cause I like boots that way. If you like more flex in your boot, then these may not be right for you. Also they are a little bulky. The may not fit in your current bindings. Luckily, I have Burton Missions and they have a generous adjustment range. Had some Flows and the heel would not go all the way down to the base.

  • "boots with boa focus? i'm not sure still..."

    , San Jose, CA
    Pros: boa focus!!!, durability, comfortable Cons: feels smaller, boa focus...,

    after destroying my last pair of burtons with speed lace, i decided to try boas. i've always heard great things about dc boots, so i decided to splurge a bit and get dc judge. the boots run a bit smaller, i think...but, maybe it's all in my head. boa focus is much better than single boa boots out there, but it still pinches in certain places. boas are GREAT, but it's hard to customize your fit. overall, i would recommend these boots, but make sure you try them on with your board socks before buying.

  • "Nice 'n Tight"

    , Albuquerque, NM
    Pros: Easy to use, holds tightly, quick to put on Cons: I personnally like to tie my boots,

    I tried these boots out at REI today and like the feel and how easy it is to tighten your boot. Fast and easy is the name and game of these boots, if you're a lazy snowboarder or eager to hit the snow first while your friends are still lacing up their boots, then these are perfect for you. I personally like to tie up my own boots rather than using the boa system.

  • "Great Boots"

    , Tampa, FL
    Pros: Very comfortable, light, super easy to tighten/release Cons: lacks arch support,

    Spent a day trying on boots to replace my 2003 Dc Judges (with the Reebok Pump). Tried Burtons (the Rulers are ridiculously narrow), Rides, and even the 2012 Judges. These just simply fit the best. Took em out for a test run at Copper Entry and exit are simple and these have much better hold and flex then the new strap system on the 2012 Judges. Those feel like ski boots in comparison. Kept the toes warm and heel lift is nil with these things. Response is so much better with my Union Forces and my feet weren't sore at the end of the day. I really didn't think it was gonna make a huge difference upgrading but now I wish I'd done it sooner. I'd recommend going to a shop and trying on a number of pairs. I was set on the Rulers and so glad I tried em on first. Judges are fantastic all mountain. Happy Shredding.

  • "great boots"

    , SALEM, OR
    Pros: knob, great fit, durable Cons:

    the tightening system keeps the boots tight and unlike laces the wires wont loosen. also makes it easier to take the boots off when your fingers are frozen and laces are hard to untie. DC boots are always warm and fit great to my foot. just a great boot to place your money on.

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How much did they cost?
Alex C on Dec 7, 2013
Best Answer: They costed 191.95 when I bought them for my husband in 2012. I copied this from my order that was still in my email...

DC Judge BOA Snowboard Boots Black - Men's 1 $191.95
Color: Black Size: 9
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