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DC Ceptor Snowboard Boots


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Description: DC Ceptor Snowboard Boots

The DC Ceptor snowboard boots offer all day riding comfort, quality performance, and lasting durability. The Alpha liner enhances comfort and responsiveness, and the 3D tongue offers support for the rider without constricting the lower leg. The articulated upper cuff is flexible for forgiveness, and the internal ankle harness offers further stability and support. DC puts their boarding know how and quality construction into their Ceptor snowboard boots, giving you performance, durability, and subtle style on the hill.

Key Features of the DC Ceptor Snowboard Boots:
  • Liner Tech - Alpha
  • Unitlite Outsole With Impact G
  • Aerotech Ventilation System
  • 3D Tongue
  • Articulated Upper Cuff
  • Internal Ankle Harness
  • Molded Backstay
  • Wrap Lock Harware
  • Direct Power Lacing
  • Welded Toe Reinforcement


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I have a couple of questions. First, will a size 8.5 fit the s/m rome s90 binding? Secondly, I currently have a pair of Burton Hails from several years ago, however, I noticed my heel would lift up inside the boot a lot and became very uncomfortable. Those were a size nine. So, do you think going a half size down when choosing a new boot is the right thing to do or do you think the boots became very worn out over the course of the years?
Eric M on Dec 25, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Hello Eric,

Yes a size 8.5 DC Ceptor Snowboard Boots will fit in a size S/M Rome s90 binding.

Sometimes boots will pack out a quarter size or so in the toe box area, and I imagine after a few year the liner's heel cup might pack out too. I don't think down sizing your boots will stop your heels from lifting as much as getting a boot, like the DC Ceptor, that has a tighter heel cup area.

If you have a narrower than average heel you might want to consider gluing j bars (quarter inch thick foam in the shape of a J or L) to the outsides of your liners near the ankle pocket. The j bars will reduce the amount of heel lift you may have.