2013 Burton Therm-IC Boot Warmer Technology

It’s normal to have cold feet right before dying your hair Cherry Bomb red. It’s also pretty common to have cold feet Burton Therm-IC Boot Warmerbefore bungee jumping. But cold feet and snowbaording? No way. Not in any way, shape or form should your feet be cold when you’re shredding perfect corduroy on a brisk, bluebird morning. Burton, always ahead of the curve,  strikes again with ground breaking Therm-ic Heat Pre-wired Liners. Yup. Heated snowboard boots. They’ve been around for several years now, but they’ve gotten better each year. Sorry guys. This tech is specifically designed for the ladies. Select models (see below) are pre-wired in the tongue for some hot action. A slim Basix battery pack (sold separately) connects to the tongue, while the boot offers three heat settings. With a super sleek minimal design, you won’t even notice the  battery attached to your boot. Talk about ultimate climate control for your toes! For 2013, Burton Therm-IC boots with Pre-wired Liners got some glam…

Burton Axel Snowboard Boot – Women’s
Burton Felix Snowboard Boot – Women’s

Thermic prewired liners are the perfect cold feet. Simply connect the slim Basix battery pack to the tongue of the boot with the cable and choose from three heat settings. The battery pack is sold separately and uses AAA batteries for nine hours of continuous use.

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