Burton Mini Grom Snowboard Boot - Little Kids'

Burton Mini Grom Snowboard Boot - Little Kids'
Burton Mini Grom Snowboard Boot - Little Kids'
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Mini Grom Snowboard Boot - Little Kids' by Burton
The Burton Kids' Mini Grom Snowboard Boot offers perfectly-priced comfort and performance for kids who are taking their first lesson, getting wild in the backyard, or mastering the green runs. Liner-less construction keeps them super-lightweight, while 3M Thinsulate insulation helps little toes stay toasty. Dualzone Shred Ready hook-and-loop straps make it easy for kids to put their own boots on, and the lightweight, cushy, and flexible outsole won't make them feel like they're wearing moon boots when they try to walk. Best of all, the Room-to-Grow footbed expands a full size so the boot still fits when your little one hits a growth spurt halfway through the season.

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SKU: BUR02YO
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