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Speed Dial, Speed Zone and traditional laces – yup, Burton has the option of three different lacing systems. Traditional laces are for those who prefer the tried and true system that’s worked for decades. 2013 models with traditional laces include Hail, Invador, Rampant, Westford and Coco. Speed Dial is fast, easy and effective. Simply turn the dial on the upper tongue to tighten and pull the tab to loosen or remove the boot. It’s that simple. If Speed Dial is your thing, check out the Jet, Tyro or Bootique. Speed Zone is the ultimate boot lacing system for speed and strength. It’s also allows the rider to custom fit the upper and lower portions of the boot. Like it loose on top of your foot, but tight on the shin? No problem. Speed Zone laces are used in a variety of models – Ambush, Imperial, Moto, Ruler, SLX, Emerald, Felix and Mint.

Whatever Burton lacing system you choose, you can be certain that the boots will be comfortable, durable and looking good.

Boarding School – Lacing Systems

Narrator – What are you doing, Kimmy?
Kimmy – Oh just writing down the things I like about this boot.
Narrator - Looks like you’ve got Speed Zone laces on that one. Good choice. Did you know that Burton has three different lace systems available on their boots?
Kimmy - Three different lace system? No way. Like the ones over there?
Narrator - Those are the ones. You see, there are traditional lacing, which is good. Above that is the new Speed Dial, which is fast and easy. It’s the one with the dial. And then there is Burton’s super fast and strong Speed Zone, which thanks to it’s zonal control is pretty much the ultimate  lacing system.
Kimmy - I use Speed Zone because it’s fast and it allows me to custom fit the upper and lower part of my boot, which is always nice but especially when I’m hiking the back country.
Narrator - Or even in the parking lot. You know, Speed Dial is  really fast, easy and strong. All you do is turn the dial and you’re ready to ride.
Kimmy - All you have to do is turn the dial and you’re ready to ride? That’s cool.
Narrator - And when you’re ready to not ride, just pull the tab to release the laces. Whether it’s the timeless appeal of traditional laces or the speed and strength of Speed Zone and Speed Dial, rest assured all Burton boots are pretty sweet and totally comfortable.

An alternative lacing system that’s been proven,perfected and backed by Burton team riders is the Speed Zone Lacing System. It allows you to adjust the top and bottom portions of the boot independently for a custom fit. It’s easy to use, too. Simply pull on the laces to tighten and lock them by tucking in the clasp.

The laces are incredibly strong. In fact, it’s literally impossible to break the lace unless, of course, you rub the edge of your sharp snowboard on it while riding the lift. Yikes. Burton uses laces manufactured by New England Ropes. The same rope is used for shark fishing. Honestly don’t worry – they won’t break!

Speed Zone laces are also rad because they’re much faster than traditional laces. While it’s certainly preference, some people just prefer Speed Zone. A ton of women dig Speed Zone because it’s much easier to get a tight fit than with traditional laces. Ladies, not to say that you are the weaker sex, but it can be tough for some gals to tighten the boots to the desired fit. Speed Zone makes it easy and effortless to tighten those babies up.

Finally, the best part about Burton’s Speed Zone lacing system is that the laces won’t loosen up as you rider. That means more rebound, better wrap and improved response. Have you ever had your heel slide up the back of the boot or just feel some movement in your boots when your digging deep? That won’t happen with Speed Zone. Get ready to step it up this year. Guys, pick your weapon –  Ambush, Driver X, Imperial, Ion, Moto, Ruler or SLX. Ladies, step into the Axel, Emerald, Felix or Mint.

The fasting lacing system out there, Speed Zone lets you customize the fit of your upper or lower zoner in seconds without forcing your friends to wait. get more power, improve response and increase rep all with less effort. The laces, supplied by New England Ropes, are the same stuff used by stuntmen, firefighters and rescue teams and are twice as strong as the competition’s laces.

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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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Burton Hot Pockets BootsThis one’s for you, ladies. It’s no secret that women’s feet get colder on the mountain than guys. Why? Possibly because their feet are too pretty to smell and sweat like their BF’s. At any rate, select women’s Imprint™ liners are built to accommodate a disposable toe warmer! How awesome is that? Just slip one of the included Little Hotties® toe warmers into the neoprene sleeve on the top of your foot and feel the heat all day long. The best part is that you can’t even feel the warmer in your boot. It’s a seamless fix for cold feet. Keep those toes warm and happy with the Bootique and Emerald snowboard boots.

The neoprene sleeve on the liner holds the warmer perfectly in place on your foot to keep it nice and toast on those less than comforting days.

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The name of this insanely awesome outsole tech pretty much says it all. The comfort, cushioning, support and response is pretty much the next best thing since snowboarding was allowed at ski resorts. If you’ve never had leg cramps or had to rip your boots off mid-run to give your feet a breather, you’re lucky… Ill fitting boots without much thought into ergonomics, design or foot structure shouldn’t even be legal. Seriously. Burton boots with Holy Shit Outsole tech will seriously blow your mind. Multiple EVA midsoles provide optimized cushioning – a dense one for lateral support and a soft one for medial support. Your ankle will naturally roll while providing the perfect amount of support. If you’re ready for some life changing snowboarding boots, go with the Hail boot.

The Holyshit Outsole cardinal cushioning provides support, response and ergonomics in amazing ways. A primary midsole promotes toe to heel response, support and cushioning. Beneath that, a secondary dual density EVA midsole uses a more dense EVA for lateral support and a softer, more cushioned EVA for medial support that allows your foot to  roll naturally reducing stress on your joints and ligaments.

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For a more direct connection with your board, Burton looks beyond bindings. They’ve learned that boot soles also play a crucial role in much board feel and control is humanly possible. Boots withe EST Optimized Sole technology have a lower ramp angle make them ideal for sliding rails, boxes, landing jibs – AKA park riding. While most boots are slightly angled for all mountain riding, it’s not necessary or ideal for all day jib missions. EST Optimized Sole boots are also have a lower profile, thereby making them lighter weight. They literally bring the rider’s center of gravity closer to the board and improve board feel. Thanks to B3 gel cushioning in the heel, cushy dampening for all day comfort won’t be compromised. Sound like a good fit? Check out the Ambush, Ion, ImperialHail, RampantTyro, Axel, Bootique or Emerald.

The EST Optimized EST sole improves feel and control and lowers your center of gravity. The low profile, lightweight and reduced ramp angle is combined with the ultra dampening B3 gel inserts for no sacrifices to your cushioning.

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For the ultimate climate control in your snowboard boots, Burton Dryride Hyperwick™ will prevent your feet from getting swampy, while keeping them toasty from first to last chair. We all know about waterproof and breathable jackets, right? Yea, they’re pretty sick. How about the same technology on your boots? Burton is the first snowboard boot company to make it happen. Dryride Hyperwick™ is sort of the top of the line tech jacket for your feet. The toe box of the boots have a mesh panel that draws moisture away from  your feet. The moisture then evaporates through a waterproof, breathable shell membrane. Larger water droplets on the outside of your boots cannot penetrate the membrane, so your feet will stay dry and warm for all day long comfort. Give your feet the luxury of being warm and dry with the Ion or SLX snowboard boots.

Dryride Hyperwick™ mesh in the toe box of the boot both insulates and regulates warmth by pulling heat robbing moisture away from the skin, then evaporating it through a waterproof, breathable shell membrane. Like a one way door, the microscopic pores of this membrane allow moisture vapor to escape, while water droplets from the outside can’t enter. A first of it’s kind for boot design, Dryride® will keep your feet drier and warmer so you can ride longer.

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Snowboard graphics and a dope snowboard jacket can certainly make or break your level of happiness when it comes to snowboarding. However, any retail employee or person in the snowboard industry will agree that boots should be the first piece of gear purchased. From there, select your board, bindings and outfit. Boots that are poorly constructed with leave you aching (no pun intended) for a better day on the slopes.

Burton’s Crossbone Cuff technology is well thought out and totally dialed for freestyle riders. The articulating cuff allows the upper part of the boot to move independently of the lower portion. When the knees are bent to flex the boot (as in carving, gaining speed, etc.), the articulating cuff prevents the sides of the boot from creasing. A boot that doesn’t flex properly is likely to cause hot spots on the sides of your lower leg and will eventually become extremely uncomfortable. The Crossbone Cuff creates a perfect balance of mobility and stability. The pressing power and pop associated with Wing Backed high backs can alone be felt with the Crossbone Cuff technology.

In addition to the articulating cuff, Jumper Cables run vertically on the sides of the boot, which give the boot lateral support. If popping off of a wind lip or tail sliding a box is your idea of a fun day on the mountain, then look for Burton Snowboard boots with Crossbone Cuff Tech like the Rampant.

The Crossbone Cuff balances the free flexing mobility of an articulating cuff with the lateral support of ultra light Jumper Cables. The benefits of more ollie pop and pressing power associated with Winged Highbacks are brought to the boot itself. Riders are able to easily able to power up the tip and tail without sacrificing freestyle freedom and mobility.

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If you ride boots bigger than size 10, you are typically limited to boards with wider waists to avoid toe drag. Burton has reached the point where many of its boots’ footprint is now a full size smaller. For example, a size 10.5 now has the profile of a 9.5, and you can fit into a medium versus large binding. For riders on the edge of needing wide boards, this opens up a whole new set of options.

Burton achieves this lower profile by removing any gaps between the liner and shell, and custom molding every liner to the shells at the factory for a glove-like 1-to-1 fit. They are also using thinner, more resilient materials in the toe and heel of the boot to reduce overall boot volume. The result is a lighter, more nimble boot that doesn’t waist unnecessary space, like Burton’s Imperial.

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Little ones will be a much happier camper on the mountain with warm toes. The Burton Grom boot is the only boot in the line that utilizes 3M Thinsulate technology. It’s warmer than the average insulation without the excess bulk. Tiny shredders will remain warm and happy all day long. Some how, some way, snow will certainly find it’s way into Little Jonny’s boots despite your efforts to keep those pant cuffs low on the boots. When it does happen, the 3M Thinsulate insulation will still remain warm. Settle for nothing but the best for your up and coming snowboarders – the Burton Grom Snowboard Boots are the ticket.

Kids demand lots of warmth. That’s why the Grom Boot is the only one in the line powered by 3M Thinsulate Insulation. Offering twice the warmth as the other insulations of equal thickness, it provides warmth even when wet –  meaning the kids get to stay outside, right where they want to be.

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Burton Snowboards History:


It was the 60's and Jake Burton Carpenter was one of thousands of kids to get hooked on the Snurfer, the first known form of modern snowboarding. While it may have been a toy, Jake saw the possibilities of doing something different. When he saw that no one was really doing anything to promote or improve the Snurfer, Jake began making and riding the first true snowboards. In 1977, the world's fist snowboard factory was begun in Londonerry, Vermont.

In the first few years, snowboarding struggled as a sport. Ski areas were reluctant to open up to snowboarders and Jake had to lobby hard to get some local areas to agree. The slow but sure opening of eastern ski areas led to growth for the sport and became a major factor in Burton's product innovation.

Burton is now the leader in snowboards and snowboarding equipment and apparel. It is the most sought after and prestigious brand on the slopes and is the ride of choice for many of the world's top snowboarders, including Olympic champion Shaun White. The Burton team doesn't just use the products they develop, they feel responsible for them. Burton innovation, quality, and that elusive "leadership” are what make Burton the premier snowboard brand that it is today.

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