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Burton Iroc Snowboard Boots - Womens

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Sugg. Retail: $229.95

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Description: Burton Iroc Snowboard Boots - Womens

Get ready for the ride of your life in the Burton Iroc Snowboard Boots for women. Strap up for a sizzling run in the boot with a name that promises record-shattering speed. The Iroc delivers on that promise in every detail, from its super-fast lace-up system to its aerodynamic profile and lightning quick responsiveness from a company that practically invented the sport. Enjoy an air-cushioned outer sole, supportive footbed, bacteria-fighting lining and more in a sure-fitting, slim profile boot that will have you tackling the toughest terrain with ease.

Key Features of The Burton Iroc Women's Snowboard Boots:
  • True fit design
  • Speed zone lacing system for true zonal lacing control
  • Synthetic leather shell with full length molded rubber backstay
  • Lightweight 3-part outsole with air cushioning and rubber spikes
  • Imprint 3 liner with plush cuff, neoprene stretch zones, PU energy panels and aegis antimicrobial coating
  • Inner cuff with removable j-bars for adjustable heel hold
  • Thin profile 3D molded tongue
  • Molded EVA footbed with ESS support shank
  • Outlast adaptive comfort technology and aegis

Discontinued Colors

Iroc

Past Season Product


3.5 / 5.0
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Bad quality- hard to put on and take off
I bought these because they were cheap and, well, I guess I got my money's worth. They are endlessly frustrating and can be downright painful to put on and take off, even after breaking them in by wearing them multiple times. Once on, they work just okay but do tend to loosen up and need re-tightening a few hours into riding. One already broke after ~6 wears, and whatever. They are ugly and difficult and I am happy to have an excuse to buy different boots.
April 24, 2017
US
Ugly but Excellent!
This successor to the Q and predecessor to the Supreme is an extremely high quality women's boot, now at an extremely low price due to it's odd look. I've been riding Burton boots for 20 years, have ridden newer Supremes, but was glad to find these older irocs. I'd compare the quality to boots now approaxhing 450 bucks.

My 8.5s are perfectly true to size, unlike supremes I had to get in 9.

Yes, the odd take on a western look was a real miss, but you can't see them when you're.strapped.in, and just the toes show when out (if you're not tucking your skinny pants in to them.)

The odd gusset flap thing does.give your laces protection from your edge when hooking your foot on the lift.

I hate faux alligator, but got the dk brown for a steal. They are a rich brown and texture is totally unobtrusive beneath normal snowboard pants.

I like this tread pattern (same as Qs) better than any other for icy parking lots..

Why go w/ ugly, when cute boots are this cheap, too? Most women's boots are "soft to medium" with very little forward lean, which is dumb if you are not a serious park rider needing tweekabilty.

Mostly, twomen's boots are made to be comfy when sitting on your ass or wandering around looking for the bunny slope, but they leave you using way more effort to muscle your turns. These are seriois, smart boots for all-mountain riders.

They have fantastic heat moldable liners (better than versions like Mint, etc) Aegis anti-stink. Outlast insoles with a bit of actual heel and arch support you rarely find in stock insoles. Besides my old Qs with electric warmers, these are the best liners for keeping warm but not sweaty and not packing out. They come with J-bars, too, but have such a good fit.around the ankle and Achilles, I don't use them.

They break in super fast and are very comfortable, but their superior stiffness means you use far less effort and clumsy muscling to set your edges.

Can't keep up with guys, but feel like you are too scared to go faster? Weighting your front foot feel frightening? You need stiff, tight boots and bindings to get more control. Angle your front foot out and start thinking of it as your pivot point, and everything gets easier the faster you go.

Have trouble with precise toeside turns? Use the Upper Handle to easily get these laces tight all the way up the tounge of your boot, and a subtle shift of your knees will rock your board onto its edge.

Been riding guys boots for the better quality? These will give your lower calf muscles the break they deserve while still giving you forward lean to shift back against and set your heelside edge.

By far, the ugliest boots I've ever ridden, but right up there with 450 buck boots for comfort, fit and total control.
October 17, 2017
Portland, OR, US
Age: 45-64
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Was recommended by friend
Roy M Staff on Apr 20, 2017
Speed lacing and brand quality
Anibal L on Aug 14, 2015
Was recommended by friend
Roy M Staff on Apr 20, 2017
great price for a beginner boot
Adam M on Nov 30, 2015
Speed lacing and brand quality
Anibal L on Aug 14, 2015
Good price on a stiff boot for a beginner freerider (as a skier getting into boarding I find soft to medium flex boarding stuff way too noodly).
Alexis B on Feb 14, 2014
great price for a beginner boot
Adam M on Nov 30, 2015
Good price on a stiff boot for a beginner freerider (as a skier getting into boarding I find soft to medium flex boarding stuff way too noodly).
Alexis B on Feb 14, 2014

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