Pro-level boots for kids who rip.
Kids these days―they're riding at a higher level than ever, and that means they're demanding more out of their pint-sized equipment. Burton knows this, which is why they built the Ambush Smalls kids snowboard boot. It's built off the same platform as the team favorite Ambush boot, except it's tweaked to meet the needs of hard-charging kids. Speed Zone lacing makes it easy for smaller hands to get their boots as tight as they need to be. The youth-sized Imprint liner provides support for going big, and it's soft enough for unrestricted jibbing as well. The Dynolite outsole gives them plenty of traction in the snow. Best of all, the Ambush Smalls are super light, so little guys (and girls) don't have to wear boots that weigh as much as they do. If your little shredder has surpassed the bunny slope and is looking to knock the local park-shark off his spot at the top, the Ambush is exactly the boot they need.
- Dual zone Speed Zone lacing system
- Medium-soft flex
- Wishbone articulated cuff
- Dynolite outsole
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Good All-Around Boot
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This is a good all-around boot that I purchased for my kids to start them snowboarding. It's light, and seems to be holding up well thus far. It mates perfectly with the Burton Mission Smalls binding.