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Bye bye bunny slope, it's been real.

The Burton Coco women's snowboard boot is exactly what you need when you're ready to trade in the rental gear and you've got your sights set on the rest of the mountain. It's way light, which makes cruising around the base a walk in the park, and the DynoLite sole keeps things slip-free from the lift line to the parking lot. Traditional laces keep things comfy, especially when paired with the Phantom 2.0 liner that's designed specifically for a woman's feet. So if you're ready to join the ranks of certified shredders, the Coco will help you get there.

  • Traditional lacing
  • Soft flex
  • 3D molded tongue
  • DynoLite outsole

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5 5

Love these boots!

I went snowboarding for the first time in five years. I bought these boots and they were so comfortable I wore them all day without a problem. Plus they are super cute. I will say though that they do run a little small so I got a size bigger.

Are they comfortable?

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Are they comfortable?

are the sizes of the boots pretty true to...

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are the sizes of the boots pretty true to the size of your street shoe?

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Hi there Jillian,
Yep- I would recommend sticking with your street size for a standard fit. You can drop in size if you want a tighter performance fit though- just depends on your own preference!

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I wear an 8 1/2 in normal shoes and the snowboard boots i have now which are Ride brand are also an 8 1/2 and fit great.. I just bought these boots and figured I would stay with an 8 1/2 and they are wayyyyy too small. I have to return them and and get at least a whole size bigger.. just FYI