Description: DC Scout BOA Snowboard Boots
The DC Scout BOA Snowboard Boots are made for the rider who wants a little everything in their ride. These boots are the Tom, Dick and Schmoe of board riding but they feature every appeal. Appeals such as water resistance turn flexibility and the real snowboarding feel. The BOA design is an improvement on the old model, which takes out the delay of the cable re-tractor. Boarders will find it takes a few good dials to strap it and one to unlatch it. To top it off, it also has wonderful inline comfort. The DC Scout BOA Snowboard Boots are made for the person who can't decide, but want to ride.
- Water Resistant Synthetic Leather Upper & PU Coating
- Boa Coiler
- Low Profile Rubber Cupsole
- Functional Sole Design
- Flex: 5
Here at The House talking about the DC Scout Boa snowboard boot. What you’re looking at in this one is I would say intermediate kind of all mountain. Definitely can do some park, can do some pow, a little bit of everything.
Main focus with this one is going to be the convenience of the Boa lace cable. This one’s nice because it comes with the coiler Boa, which is going to eliminate the only problem I’ve ever had with the Boa, which was when you’re trying to get back into the snowboard boot you’re sitting there for a long time turning the wheel to get all the lace taken up. The coiler when you pull the tongue out will actually retract the cable back into this so you don’t have to turn this as much when you get back into the snowboard boot.
From there, flex in this probably looking at about a four out of ten. It’s going to be like I said, very versatile for a lot of people out there. Performance outsole on this one is going to be very grippy also its going to give you very good snowboard feel. DC does utilize the 3D tongue in all their snowboard boots so you’re not going to get any deforming even when you get the pressure from the Boa lace cable. Moves into their delta liner. Really good out of the box fit. Laces will be on the liner itself. DC’s toggle definitely stays very secure throughout the day. This one will have a nice insole. Good arch support to it. Really deep heel counter, keeps you centered, keeps you from moving around on the bottom. 3D molded tongue on the liner too. Really deep Achilles’ pockets in the back to give you good heel hold in combination with these J-bars.
Like I said, Boa coiler, middle of the road flex, entry to intermediate all mountain rider - what a package. TheDC Scout Boa snowboard boot.
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"DC Scout BOA"
These boots are pretty flexible and very easy to get on but sometimes come loose.
the boots have nice flex and also look nice, thanks to the BOA system. the boots will loosen up after a few runs but it's not too big of a deal considering how easy it is to re-tighten it
i just bought these boots and they are great. the boa system is great its so easy to use. the boot fits great and they don't feel like a boot when your walking around which i love. i would recommend these boots.
I bought these boots this season and they are amazing. I can hradly tell they are boots when I walk around in them. Best boots I have ever had. The BOA system is ingenius!
I love how this boot looks, it fits really well and really like how you can adjust how tight or loose you want it to feel. I have a DC PBJ and this goes along perfectly with the style. I have really wide feet but they feel comfortable in these.
"Decent Entry Level Boa Boot"
These boots are mad comfy. The boa system is a simple and makes life easy. Keeps my feet firmly in place. I have no issues with the boa and find these boots pretty durable and nicely made. I would recommend these boots for someone looking for a low-cost boa lace boot.
I bought these last year and went a half size down. I would recommend going the size you are. Great feel and great boots!
"great boots for the price"
great boots that flex enough but stay tight while going down the mountain.
Bought this boot 2 seasons ago and I love the BOA part of it. The design is simplistic and cool. I think it's a great boot for intermediates. The only thing is that if you rest your board on it while riding the lift, the toe part of the boot will lose it's water resistance pretty quickly.
"Good overall boots"
I've just recently been able to test these boots out after getting them on sale in summer. To me they're great. The BOA system is by far the easiest thing I've ever used. Some people told me I'd have problems with it loosening on them but so far I haven't had that issue. Putting it on is a breeze, and even if it did loosen tightening takes a matter of seconds. The only thing to worry about is that if you buy the boot with too much room initially you'll find it loosen up too much once you ride in it and end up with heel lift. Buy maybe half a size smaller is my advice.
took these bad boys out of the box and they were awesome and fit good in my bindings also they dont make much of an effect in you're walking but tend to get uncomfortable when walking far distances. but its not a big deal because if you loosen them up then you dont even notice plus they are really easy to tighten and loosen