Comfort and performance all in one.
- Stay Puft Cuff Capsule adds padding to the boot�s spine
- Flex 2 Liner uses a unique heel-retention system to eliminate heel lift
- Articulating cuff lets the boot flex naturally without pinching your foot
- Ageis antimicrobial liner coating reduces foot funk and stink
Share your thoughts
Would that strap on the toe be a problem...
Would that strap on the toe be a problem with Flow bindings?
No, it shouldn't be a problem at all.
are the coalitions any different than the...
are the coalitions any different than the normal hails?
The color way is different. Usually you would only be able to get this boot in Coalition registered shops. But it is your lucky day. Get the boot, you will be stoked.
Awesome but wet toes?
I just got back from a trip to keystone/breck and was stoked to ride some fresh boots (had and older pair of hails before) They were super comfy and great for all mountain, but my toes got wet in them...think its from snow getting pushed under velcro strap and melting..either way i was pretty dissapointed after that, i dont think with this level of boot you should have wet feet...
amazing boot. flexible for park and backcountry acsents but stiff enough for big mountain shredding.nicer than most of the more expensive boots. really worth it!
The Burton Hails are the mother of all freestyle boots. I have 09 and 10 models. The 10s are a little softer but have superior heel hold. Super comfortable with enough flex to make a contortionist bashful. Perfect for the park and if you wanna go in the backcountry and stomp a 20 foot kicker just tighten your bindings and you'll be solid. Not to mention they look so good snow bunnies will come and try to lick the snow off of them.