You are never too old for playtime in the Park. These DC snowboard boots are perfect for the dudes who like to throw it down in the streets or the park. A flex rating of six means the Park boots are stiff enough for quality response but also flexible enough to press and tweak your board. And a Park Liner provides the ideal comfort and support for long days of lapping. Jump off your butt and into a pair of Park boots, DC knows how what you need to have fun without breaking the bank.
Key Features of the DC Park Snowboard Boots:
Cinch Closure System
Direct Power Lacing
WrapLock: Hardware prevents your laces from slipping by simply wrapping around the hardware
UniLite: Provides traction, durability, dampening, and cushioning all while drastically reducing weight
I honestly haven't worn enough snowboard boots to tell you these are much better or worse than any other pair but I have to say they work great for me! Comfortable all day and don't cause pain. Decent amount of flex also.
I am a snowboard instructor so naturally I always look for equipment with good durability. I love these boots! They are very solid and while I got them with only a month left in the season I can see them lasting well into the next. I ride pretty hard everyday and am impressed with the overall quality of these. I would recommend these to a friend in a heartbeat.
cons: the upper cuff/tongue fell apart after about a month, the constant flex of the boot rubbed against the tongue and has frayed quite abit. and also 2 of the grommets for the laces fell out.
pros: tread pattern is very solid, great for boot packing on steep ice/hard pack conditions. also being able to just tie the lower boot and keep the top untied allows for good ankle movement for long walks.. also the toe box and liner were comfortable and roomy!
overall, i give it a low "3" star rating in my opion.. if you want a fun flexy boot and dont plan on riding every day this season im sure they would hold up.. BUT, if you ride 4+ days a week these will fall apart before the season ends and you'll have to break in a new pair mid/late season!!!! not ideal for people who put their gear thru the test
Best Answer:I bought these for my son. They run 1/2 size smaller in the length. He wears a 10.5. We had to return for a size 11. I asked him about the width. He has a medium width foot and says the size 11 fits perfectly. He said they are snug, the way they are suppose to be, but are not too tight. He would recommend them.