Burton Moto Lace Snowboard Boot - Men's

Burton Moto Lace Snowboard Boot - Men's
Burton Moto Lace Snowboard Boot - Men's
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Moto Lace Snowboard Boot - Men's by Burton
Beginner snowboarders and dedicated riders on a budget alike count on the proven performance of the Burton Moto Lace Snowboard Boot. It offers instant comfort straight out of the box thanks to an easy-going flex and Total Comfort Construction, uses quick and easy traditional lacing, and it even comes at a price that won't eat into your season pass budget. The Imprint 1 liner is heat-moldable for a comfy custom fit, while heat-trapping Sleeping Bag Reflective Foil brings toasty warmth through frigid cold snaps. Plus, the DynoLite sole offers lightweight cushioning and a rugged traction pattern for plenty of grip on icy slopes. And with Burton's Shrinkage FootPrint Reduction, the Moto has a regular fit on the inside, yet it's slimmed-down on the outside by one foot size for less toe drag.

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SKU: BURZ8M9
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