Burton Photon Step On Snowboard Boot - Men's

Burton Photon Step On Snowboard Boot - Men's
Burton Photon Step On Snowboard Boot - Men's
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Photon Step On Snowboard Boot - Men's by Burton
Working exclusively with Burton Step On bindings, the Burton Photon Step On Snowboard Boots let you click in instantly without the sketchy, sloppy feel of the step-on bindings of yesteryear. This particular model offers an aggressive flex to hard-charging riders looking to send big jumps and slay steep lines. Of course, Step On technology isn't the only thing the thing this boot has going for it. Its stiffer, aggressive flex offers serious support and rapid response for riding hard and going big. The Sequence Boa system dials let you get in and out of your boots almost as fast as you get in and out of your Step On bindings. The heat-moldable Imprint 3 liner conforms to your foot for a comfy custom fit, and the ReBounce cushioning offers impact-absorption and a smooth ride.

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SKU: BURZ88D
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