Engineered for the park.
- New oversized 270-degree airbag covers 75% of the midsole to absorb impact when you land
- Articulating cuffs allow upper and lower parts of the boots to flex independently to maximize heel hold and assure mobility
- The Hail�s Flex Spine Backstay allows for lateral and medial flex while maintaining edge-to-edge support
- Stay Puft Capsule airbag on the exterior of the boot�s cuff cushions your calf where it hits your binding�s highback
- Flex 2 liners with TaiPanels balances smooth flex with strategically placed panels for solid support
- Flex Cuffs hug your ankles to enhance heel hold without losing the forgiveness needed for street and park
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Hi, I was wondering how much is postage...
Hi, I was wondering how much is postage to Melbourne, Australia?
You can calculate international shipping by simply adding the item to your cart and entering you shipping information.
But here's the thing- We can't actually ship Burton products outside the US. Due to trade agreements, there are certain vendors whom we can't ship internationally.
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Very nice boot
I like the comfortable fit and cushioning. The balance between flex and rigidity works for every kind of riding (at least for me). I like the regular laces (more adjustable than boas or speed laces; both of which will break if you ride enough), and they are nice and light. The heel cup in the liner has grippy finish on it to help hold your heel down - 1st class. The main outer material is also nice and tough.
One draw back is that the piping on the top of the boot is easily cut by resting your edge on it. Guess that is built in obsolescence so the douche bags who care about that kind of thing will buy another pair next year. To Burton: don't think we don't notice those lame tricks. Even though you know how to make great boots, lame things like that make you look lame.
Anyway, I'm really pleased with these boots. Been riding for a long time and have never had boots more comfortable.
By the way, to the people who write that their boots feel like skate shoes, I'd like to know what skate shoes you are wearing. There isn't a snowboard boot made that feels like a skate shoe. It's a big boot, check it again.
Feet stay warm and dry. Flexy and comfy.
hello, I just purchased the Burton Clash...
hello, I just purchased the Burton Clash board together with the Burton freestyle bindings. I am a beginner snowboarder so I was wondering what would possibly be the best boot for me. My price range is around $150.
Check out the Burton Moto. It is a really soft, easy-in, easy-out boot. Really comfortable. It retails for 160, so it should be less then that for sure.
how light are these ?
how light are these ?
Really light. Both boots weigh 3 and 1/2 lbs. Awesome boot for sure, great flex and great feel.
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These boots are amazing! All day comfort. My feet stay dry and they feel like skate shoes. I got a 2008 pair and they're still holding up. Great boot for the buck. Burton Boots are something else. I would recommend these to all my friends
I will like to know which will be a...
I will like to know which will be a good setup. I have the Burton Jussi 159 2010 board (6 rating), Cartel EST bindings (7 rating),I wonder which boot will be a great performance match. I will mostly be doing carving, piste, all mountain freeriding ...
This boot will work great as its a medium to softer flex and will match up cleanly... you can also check out the ruler, Ion, or SLX as they are all roughly medium flex too.
Yeah, listen to ryan.
Great boots! Don't skimp on your feet. The price is worth it.
these boots are great for riding all day long and will definitely keep your feet warm with a good pair of smart wool socks
Just soo comfy you can shred all day. Good socks + these boots = the best all day combo.
I ride a lot of park but i also like to...
I ride a lot of park but i also like to mix it up and hit the slopes or the backcountry. I'm looking for a responsive boot, but since i broke my ankle twice in the past 5 years I also want some good support. I was looking at the 32 Lashed boots (maybe TM 2s), but I wouldn't mind spending the extra dough on a pair of Burton Hails if thats the smarter choice. Any suggestions?
The hail is a great boot! It has internal ankle support that connects to the boot (not the liner like some lower end models)...
The hail is very responsive with a great cushioning system (great for bigger jumps or hard landings off rails)!
This boot is a medium flexing boot so if its rigidity your looking for I would suggest the Ion or Ruler... I have ankle problems and rock a boot fairly similar to this called the grail. Similar flex and feel! Needless to say, I don't have problems with my ankles anymore!
Are these boots good for a wide foot? I...
Are these boots good for a wide foot? I need wide boots.
wow, your good... These are one of a few Burton boot models that a wide foot accepts well. The toe box in the hail has some great room to move!
On a separate note, stay away from the speedzone boots as they will be too tight on the sides if you have a super wide foot.
The other two are the Shaun white boot and Freestyle ... check them here.
do the j bars come with the boot?
do the j bars come with the boot?
No more J bars, But the liner is shaped like they are built in.
I love these boots. As the description says, they are geared a bit towards the park because of the lack of rigidity as compared to some of the stiffer boots (ion, etc). All in all though they are great boots for all mountain versatility. I have the Burton Hail boots, with Cartel bindings and a Custom 158cm. I have had many other combinations but if you enjoy riding all over the mountain, these boots are a great and purchase.