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Burton Viking Snowboard Boots

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Description: Burton Viking Snowboard Boots

Ideal for stomping onto newly discovered frontiers and misnaming all of them, Burton proudly presents to you the Viking boot. Featuring two lacing systems, one traditional, and an interior quick lace system,they're the "tighest" of the Burton line. Vibram rubber outsoles ensure you'll never lose your grip on what's important, while the TuffCuff liner keeps your calves safe from boot bite and cushions your landings when you're coming in hot. Stiff flex makes for ideal response in powder, and dialed in connections through trees and trails. Ideal for the intermediate rider who loves to progress and explore new terrains, the Viking is the boot in the Burton line that was made for conquering.

Key Features of Burton Viking Snowboard Boots:
  • Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology
  • Lacing: Traditional with Speed Zone Lock N' Load
  • Liner: Infinite Ride 4 Liner with DRYRIDE Heat Cycle Lining, Tuff Cuff, DRYRIDE Moisture Wicking Tech, and Rad Pad
  • Cushioning: Vibram EcoStep Rubber Outsole [30% Recycled] with Rubber Ice Spikes, Low-Profile EST Optimized Midsole with B3 Gel, and ReBounce Cushioning with Sleeping Bag Reflective Foil
  • Flex and Response: Firm Flex PowerUP Tongue and GripLITE Backstay
  • Comfort: Total Comfort Construction, Snow-Proof Internal Gusset, and Level 2 Molded EVA Footbed with ESS Support Shank and Aegis Antimicrobial Coating


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Viking boots
These are good boots but probally overkill for park and ski resort riding.
They have too many lock done points and require a long time to get on and tightened up. They would be excellent for back country and helicopter runs.
If you want them for those kind of runs you will be stoked. Excellent quality as always provided by Burton. Burton is all I buy and I have never been let done with the quality. If you want to ride park and resorts I would suggest Burton Invader or Ramparts. I have both of these and can get them on and off quickly and be heading down hill before I get finished with one of the Vikings. They will cost you less also.
January 20, 2016
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Have a size 10 in the 2015 burton Viking boot?
Peter T on Jan 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi not sure of the question?
He has a size 10?
I have a size 11. I wear a size 10 shoe but prefer 1 size larger for snowboard boots. Burton boot run consistent this way for me.
If I currently have snowboard shoe size 10.5, should I get a size 11.5 viking boot?
hohohee2 on Feb 26, 2015
No. I would not think that a full size up would be the best choice here. Burton's stuff fits pretty true to the posted size. Maybe the 11 is a better choice. Remember that a Snowboard boot will fit a bit tight until you break it in.

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