Thin crust vs. deep dish. Skinny jeans vs. straight leg. Eat in or eat out. While one isn’t necessarily better than the other, we human beings are pretty out spoken when it comes to preferences. There’s a snowboard for nearly every personality and style under the sun. When it comes to boots, sure they all fit a little different, but what about how they lace up? Or how they don’t lace up? For riders who like to get in and out of their boots pretty fast with a twist of a dial, Burton has you covered with a Speed Dial system integrated into select models.
Have you ever been on the lift and think, “Ugh, I have to fix my boot at the top.” Once you get to the top, adjusting your boot involves loosing up the whole boot, then tightening as desired and tying or locking the laces. By the time you’re done, your friends are already out of sight. Burton Speed Dial Lacing allows you to micro-adjust your boots without having to unlace and start all over again. Simply twist the dial to tighten those babies up. To release, just pull on the dial top loop. It’s so easy. For the ladies, check out the Bootique and Chloe. Guys, choose from the Jet Boot and Tyro.
Burton’s micro-adjustable self ratcheting speed dial lacing system saves time by letting you tighten or loosen the fit without starting over. Exit is easy with a quick pull of the dial top loop. The New England ropes designed lace offers performance that is smoother and stronger for easier adjustment and longer life.
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This has been a part of the Burton Technology articles.