Burton Felix Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's

Burton Felix Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's
$339.95
Felix Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's by Burton
Price subject to change | SKU: BUR01O1

Burton Felix Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's

A staple in any hard-charging boarder's arsenal, the Burton Women's Felix Boa Snowboard Boot has a stiff flex to give you the response you need for ripping steep lines and dropping big cliffs. Not to mention, it's loaded with plush, cozy features to keep your feet comfy all day long. The Dual Zone Boa Coiler with Lockdown Tech closure system allows you to independently tighten different zones of the boot so you can dial in the perfect fit in a matter of seconds. The Imprint 3 liner with Dryride Heat Cycle lining wicks moisture to keep your feet dry and reflects heat back so they stay toasty. The liner is also heat-moldable for a custom fit, sports an X-Up Cuff that locks your heel down to reduce fatigue, and has Aegis antimicrobial treatment to fight funky foot odor. And with a Sleeping Bag Reflective Foil under the footbed, the precious body heat your feet produces is reflected back for a warmer fit and feel. A Level 2 molded EVA footbed attenuates shock often experienced during harsh landings and B3 gel in the heel adds extra cushioning for a smooth ride. Additionally, not only is the DynoLite EST outsole 20% lighter than regular rubber outsoles, it also allows for better board feel and provides ample cushioning, even at below freezing temps, so you can maintain control when it matters most.

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