Burton Swath Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's

Burton Swath Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's
Burton Swath Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's
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Swath Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's by Burton
The Burton Swath Boa Snowboard Boot is an ultralight option that's versatile enough to handle just about any type of riding. Burton crafted it with Ultraweave shell material, which is incredibly light, yet strong and abrasion-resistant so you don't have to sacrifice support or durability for a lighter feel. Dual Zone Boa dials allow you to independently adjust and lock in the tightness of the upper and lower zones of the boot in mere seconds, so you can fine-tune the fit to suit your riding style and personal preference. Your toes will love the Imprint 3 liner, which conforms to your foot for a custom fit and provides a snug, supportive fit, not to mention the heat-retaining Sleeping Bag reflective foil layer. It's finished off with a grippy, low-profile DynoBITE EST sole that offers excellent board feel and impact-absorption for handling big cliff drops.

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