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DC Mutiny Snowboard Boots

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Description: DC Mutiny Snowboard Boots

Riders demand it and we deliver. The Mutiny is a team favorite, a boot that truly feels like a skate shoe - with Direct Power Lacing and Wrap Lock for support.

Key Features of the DC Mutiny Snowboard Boots:
  • Direct Power Lacing
  • Wrap Lock Hardware
  • Lacing Leverage
  • Anatomical 3D Tongue Shape
  • Articulated Construction
  • Unilite + Rubber Outsole
  • White Liner
  • Impact S Insole
  • Flex Rating: 6/ 10

Mutiny


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Walk the plank in these
This boot is defenitely geared for the park rider. They are noticeably softer then a pair of nikes i owned previously. But, with that softness you gain a ton of board feel that you wont find in stiffer boots. Enjoying them so far!
January 20, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Love the boots
Love the boots. Easy break in. Comfy enough to wear all day and plenty of support.
April 2, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Great pair of boots
I am size 10.5 and the 10.5 DC Mutiny did not fit. It may have been because my feet are jacked up from the military but i'm not sure. anyways, I returned them and got a size 11 and they fit GREAT. super comfortable and they look nice. I am happy with the purchase. If you are looking for affordable boots I think these are a great choice. hope to see yall at the mountain! :)
October 21, 2015
Reno, NV, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ability:
Beginner
Responsive, fit well, warm
The lacing creates a really nice snug fit between the inner boot part and the outside part. Doesn't slip or slide or anything. As long as your bindings fit well you'll get some awesome and quick response with these guys. The foil thing at the bottom actual works are keeping the boots nice and warm. No need for thicker socks in colder whether.
October 12, 2016
San Diego, CA, US
Age: 15-24
Purchased
1 year ago
Ability:
Advanced

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Style, I liked the way they looked
Mary H on Aug 22, 2015
The simplicity and the colors
kimberle C on Jan 26, 2015
Style, I liked the way they looked
Mary H on Aug 22, 2015
I have been looking around and I found this nice snow boots with you guys. The price was good for me and I have purchase.
Jose C on Aug 14, 2015
The simplicity and the colors
kimberle C on Jan 26, 2015
I have been looking around and I found this nice snow boots with you guys. The price was good for me and I have purchase.
Jose C on Aug 14, 2015
Looking at size 10 , which is what grandson wears in sneakers. Would this size work well in snowboard boot ?
Sharon V on Nov 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: With any snowboard boot, you should where them approx. a half size smaller then whatever your casual footwear size is. However, i noticed while working at a shop, lots of people dont where close to their true size in shoes. I would bring him somewhere and get his foot measured and maybe even try some one at a local sporting goods store. Then order based off of that. The mutiny boot is awesome though!
Hi guys. I wear 9 in running and sneaker shoes so what is size to order for this boots if I always wear Snowboard Cotton Socks?
Diego G on Mar 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I wear a size 9 casual shoe (fits snug without much liner) or a 9 to 9.5 running shoe (depends on the liner). I picked up a size 8 in these and it's the ultimate snug performance fit for me. I would say the pressure on my toes is fairly stronger than what's suggested, but these are SO comfortable it doesn't matter and I prefer it. I tried a size 8 in the Burton Invader for reference and they fit too small (hurt my toes). An 8.5 would have been my size in those. The DC mutiny is as soft as the Invader and maybe even a bit softer despite its 6/10 stiffness rating... this is the only thing that may mislead some people. Other than that, these are the best boot I've ever worn for comfort and they basically have zero heel slippage.