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Overview

About Burton Moto Snowboard Boots (For Men)

Closeouts. A best seller that offers outstanding combination of freestyle performance and value, Burton Moto snowboard boots feature hassle-free Speed Zone lacing and a soft, forgiving flex.

Specs

Specs about Burton Moto Snowboard Boots (For Men)

  • Recommended use: Freestyle
  • Support level: Soft
  • Height: 10"
  • Lacing system: Speed
  • Upper: Synthetic leather and textile
  • Lining: Thermoformable integrated liner
  • Midsole: Ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA)
  • Outsole: Rubber
  • Weight (pair): 3 lb. 14 oz.
  • Made in China
  • Visit our Snowboarding Guide
  • US shipments only

Reviews

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3.750000 5 Overall Rating: 3.8 Based on 4 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by shane the shredder from utah on Monday, January 5, 2015
Great boot, very light weight but I think it runs at least 1/2 size small so order up. I've used them for about a year now and they've held up very nicely, I just wish I exchanged mine for a bigger size. I didn't because I thought the padding inside would compress a bit giving me more room but the... Read More
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Question & Answer

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  • “How do you determine the amount of support your boot should have?”
    Asked by Question Asker from Unknown on 2/18/2013 12:00:00 AM
    • Snowboard Boot Flex|Aside from Boot Fit and Heel Holding Power, checking the Flex is important when Buying your Snowboarding Boots. The degree of Boot Flex varies depending on the Type of Riding Styles in Snowboarding. So consider both your riding style and preference when deciding on how much flex you will need.||Freestyle Boots are usually lower cut, with loose, molded inner liners for more flexibility. Freeride Boots tend to have a stiffer upper boot for added support, and a lace-up inner that allows you to adjust the amount of flexibility. On the other hand, Snowboard Boots for Alpine Riding are usually Hard Boots. This is because Hard Boots support your foot, ankle, and lower leg firmly, making them best for racing and high-speed carving on hard snow surface.|This is a link to a chart we have in our Snowboard Buying Guide. http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/snowboard-guide/
      Answered on 2/25/2013 12:00:00 AM by Prod Spec Kevin from Sierra Trading Post

About Burton

One name will always remain synonymous with the snowboarding movement, and that name is Burton. Back in 1978, the sport of snowboarding was virtually unknown and completely on the fringe, but Jake Burton quit his day job to make snowboards in his living room anyway. By the 1980s, Burton snowboards were helping people discover a totally new and exhilarating way to carve the snow. More than thirty years later, Burton snowboards and bindings are still leading the industry with cutting-edge technologies and killer-looking designs, as are Burton boots. On the slopes, Burton jackets and pants are made to help you beat the elements and look great doing it. Long live winter.