Burton AMB Smalls Snowboard Boot - Kids'

Burton AMB Smalls Snowboard Boot - Kids'
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AMB Smalls Snowboard Boot - Kids' by Burton
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Burton AMB Smalls Snowboard Boot - Kids'

Kids are pushing the snowboarding at unfathomable rates these days, throwing down tricks at the very cutting edge of progression. For these up-and-coming rippers, the Burton AMB Smalls Snowboard Boot offers the pinnacle of riding performance with its customized support, lightweight cushioning, and easy lacing system. The AMB Smalls sports all of the very best features found on Burton's pro boots, including the Speed Zone System. This lacing system features two separate pull handles that tighten the upper and lower zones independently. Not only does this system eliminate the hassle of tugging on traditional laces, but just as importantly, it gives kids the ability to fine-tune the upper and lower zones to their precise needs. Removal is incredibly easy as well, requiring a simple tug in the opposite direction to unlock the entire lacing system. Inside the boot, the Youth Imprint liner features heat-moldable foam that customizes the fit as they ride throughout the season. This means they'll reap the benefits of a truly custom fit free of nasty pressure points or hot spots, no matter how long they're riding on the mountain. To keep the boot riding smoothly, the DynoLite sole absorbs nasty landings and choppy snow without the heavy feel of traditional rubber soles.

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