Any conditions. Any weather.
The Burton Women's Felix Snowboard Boot isn't just a small version of a men's boot. Burton re-designed every element of the Felix to suit a woman's specific riding needs. This medium-flex boot is a true all-mountain ripper, so you can take it from the park straight into the backcountry without a second thought.
Speed Zone lacing helps you spend more time on the mountain and less time in the parking lot, and it allows you to independently adjust the tightness on the upper and lower zones to get the perfect feel. The Imprint 3 liner is heat-moldable for a custom fit, and it features a Tuff Cuff, which increases heel hold and lateral support while still allowing the boot to flex freely from heel to toe. Total Comfort construction eliminates the break-in period to keep your feet feeling good from day one to one hundred. An internal gusset keeps snow out and Sleeping Bag foil under the footbed reflects heat back to your feet so your paws stay warm and dry all day.
- Speed Zone lacing
- Imprint 3 heat-moldable liner
- Total Comfort construction
- Level 2 molded EVA footbed
- Tuff Cuff and Medium Flex 3D tongue
- Internal gusset
- Sleeping Bag reflective foil
- Aegis anti-microbial coating
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Good looking , Good quality!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
My wife went with the Black/teal, and she loves the look of them. No we have not yet taken these out on the slops and I will update this when we do. I am just writing this based on Dogfunk Great Customer Services. We had bought the Burton Emeralds also a great boot but I had got a half size to small. After one use and my wife hating life I called Dongfunk and they let me return them for these and got the right Size. I have had her walk around in them and break them in and she said she can tell 100% they feel better and no numbness, (to be seen in action). So I would go with half a size up from your normal shoes. Or try on local if you have the option.
Fun Boot, great for Park
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I wore these around this past summer up at Mt. Hood and have to say Burton makes a pretty solid boot. I actually wore them so much that the pull lace snapped one day towards the end of the summer (was using them daily in very slushy summer snow) and retying a new lace in there was so simple! I loved the ease of use in these boots. They also run very true to size, I am a 71/2 in most every shoe I wear and the 7.5 fit perfectly.