Ranging from the lofty alpine zones of the Canadian Rockies to the tight glades and winding creek beds of Vermont's Green Mountains, the Burton Ion Boa Snowboard Boot delivers the aggressive flex and uncompromising support you've come to expect from Burton's flagship all-terrain boot. The Ion Boa lends itself to all-terrain domination with its responsive flex and low-profile feel. In fact, you'll find some of the world's best riders rocking the Ion Boa for its pow-to-park versatility, effortlessly transitioning from the steepest lines to the biggest jumps without sacrificing stability or support. The Ion Boa is upgraded over the standard Ion with its Dual Zone High-Power Focus Boa Coiler closure. This closure system independently tightens the upper and lower zones with authoritative control, thanks to its Boa high power reels giving you a micro-adjustable fit to your exact riding preferences. The Boa High Power reels offer greater leverage with every crank, so you're not needlessly turning them to achieve your desired tightness level. Outer Shell Pressure Relief Panels place soft gel cushioning where your bindings cinch down to get rid of pressure points. The Life liner brings an improved fit straight from the box, and is highly resistant to breakdown over the course of a long season. It's hooked up with Burton's DryRide Heat Cycle lining, which is a thermally activated material that retains toasty warmth in frigid conditions, so you can ride comfortably all day when the snow is just too good to quit.
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