Burton solves the long-standing problem for all-mountain riders with wider hooves with the Ruler Wide Snowboard Boot, which is wider through the mid and forefoot regions to accommodate high-volume feet without forcing you to size up or remain painfully shackled by traditional boots. The Ruler's happy-medium flex is neither overly aggressive nor noodly soft, so you'll feel confident taking this boot everywhere on the mountain. Burton outfitted this boot with Speed Zone lacing for a dialed fit over the upper and lower zones, helping you achieve that perfect feel without it being overly tight or loose. The Imprint 2 liner bolsters your warmth with 3M Thinsulate insulation, trapping extra heat during frigid sessions. This thermo-moldable liner customizes the fit by molding to the shape of your foot as you ride throughout the season. The DynoGrip sole features reinforced rubber zones for aggressive grip across sketchy ice and steep terrain, and uses B3 Gel cushioning to soak up heavy landings and harsh chatter.
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