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  • The softest, most forgiving men's Speed Zone boot that Burton makes, Moto proven comfort will improve your skills as you explore the entire mountain
  • Make record time from lodge to lift line with hassle-free Speed Zone lacing that offers true zonal lacing control
  • Spoil your dogs with Total Comfort construction for a broken-in feel right out of the box
  • Cushion every bump with the featherweight DynoLITE outsoles
  • Sleeping Bag heat-reflective foil defies cold weather by capturing and radiating body warmth back at you
  • Imprint 1 liner with integrated lacing; soft flex tongue
  • Snowproof internal gussets; Level 1 molded EVA footbeds; Shrinkage footprint reduction technology


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Best Use Snowboarding
Riding Style All-mountain
Snowboard Boot Flex Soft
Upper Synthetic leather/synthetic textile
Liner Material Multidensity EVA foam/synthetic textile
Moldable Liner Custom Moldable
Boot Lacing System Quick Pull
Liner Lacing System None
Gender Men's

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If I wear a size 12 sneaker, should a size 12 boot work for me?   My size 11 snowboard boats have not broken in over the years and are extremely tight and hard to take on and off.

Asked by: danielgrocha
Snowboard boots should not fit the same way sneakers fit. They should feel snug without being painful. If you feel your size 11's are painful We recommend trying a size 11.5. Bear in mind that sizing can vary between brands and even models.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-29

I wear a size 12 shoe and wanted to make sure a size 12 snowboarding boot would fit just as acurately.

Asked by: danielgrocha
While a size 12 is probably the right size for you to try, we cannot guarantee that any shoe or boot will fit just the same as the shoes you currently wear. Size and fit varies between manufacturers and can even feel different between different models from the same manufacturer. The best way to know how something will fit is to try it on at a store.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-27
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