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April 27, 2018 2 min read

Getting the right pair of boots is one of the most important aspects in being comfortable and having a good time on the mountain. Without a good pair of boots it is near impossible to get the most out of your day. While every person is different and will find different boots comfortable we have compiled a list of a few options our team pick each year. 

2018 Burton Concord Boa Mens Snowboard Boot

The go to boot for the all mountain shredders, the concord is a team favorite for those looking a supportive boot that you can spend the whole day in and never feel uncomfortable.  An all-access pass to everything the mountain has to offer, the Burton Concord Boa® boot incorporates our best tech into a mid-response, high-performance package. The Dual Boa® Coiler™ closure’s unparalleled ease allows for quick forefoot and upper boot adjustment with a simple twist of the dial, and the Warrantied for Life performance of Burton-exclusive New England Rope laces. Ideal for intermediate to advanced riders looking for lightweight performance, it also includes the consistent rebound of the Wishbone Cuff and the DynoBITE Outsole with ReBounce which uses heat-reflective foil to keep cushioning soft and effective in cold conditions.

2018 Thirty Two Lashed Double Boa

The Thirty two lashed boot has been a popular soft/mid flexing boot for many years. Now it comes with the convenience of Boa as it features Thirty Twos Double Boa System. Combining the independent eyestay with zonal BOA tightening for forefoot support and parallel cable pattern for instep and heel lock, makes this mid flexing boot highly responsive. Ease up on the reeels for a more forgiving flex for those park days. Heat mold the new performance fit liners and ride in comfort with cushy Evolution Foam Outsole.

2018 Thirty Two Lashed

The lashed is our park riders pick. The traditional lace in combination with the mid flex is the perfect park lapping boot that can still Charge the whole mountain. Synonymous with perfect fit and flex the Lashed is the number 1 selling boot world wide. Wrap your forefoot with the independent eyestay and flex with ease, thanks to the articulated cuff, eliminating shell distortion. The performance backstay maintains support while the new team fit liners ensures you ride comfortably all winter long, and fly higher with the lightweight and durable Evolution Foam Outsole.


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