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December 5, 2010
I am super stoked on these boots. I picked these up to replace my Hail's. The ambush feels really similar to the Hail, but offers a bit more support...but still has good flex. These boots rip all conditions...pow turns, park laps, jibs and butters. Wasn't sure how I would like the speedzone..but it actually works well and is really easy to use. Oh, and they are super light. Sick boots fore sure.
November 19, 2010
Burton's lightest boot in the line doesn't lack the strength and support that you might find in other light boots. With the new DynoLite EST out sole its low profile and really light, improving your board feel and control. The oversize flex notch takes out the weird pressure points that you get when your boot is flexed forward. Also with Shrinkage the foot print of your boot is one size smaller than your wearing. This means if your wearing a 10 it's foot print measures out at a 9, this feature allow bigger feet to fit on a smaller boards. (less heel and toe drag)
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January 22, 2011
I broke my left foot a while back in a motorcycle accident, and long story short it caused my foot to over-pronate. I tried on every boot at Any-Mountain, from DC's to Rides, and I still would get a terrible pressure point on my left ankle. I ended up trying on three boots that were super comfy: Salomon Synapse, Burton Ion, and Burton Ambush. Didn't like the Salomon lace up system, didn't like the Ion's Price. I settled on the Ambush, super light, super comfy. And I ended up going a half size smaller, I wear a 10.5 and I got the boots in a 10.
February 19, 2011
If you like your feet to go numb, pick up a pair. These boots fit a little small, so I went up from a normal size 11 to 11.5 and they feel like heaven, that is for the first hour or so then the pain Dr. rolls into town and cuts off the circulation in the feet, leaving your day of riding impaired. Pissed about these boots, and I don't think I'll ever buy another Burton product again in my life. It's not the 90s, Sooooomany other good companies are available.
October 29, 2010
These boots are some of the lightest I've ever felt and dual zone speed lacing is super ergo. One of the best features of this boot though is the EST Midsole. This eliminates the forward ramp that boots typically have and replace it with a flat sole so you can evenly distribute weight and get more of a skate shoe feel to your ride. A true park boot but works well if you like to take freestyle to the whole mountain.
Late release Raptor is going to be same light weight design but adds a strap on the top so you can adjust the flex of the boot. If you want a more all mountain boot that still has a skate shoe feel, wait for the Raptor. The Disney colab colorway called Tron is gonna be epic too!