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A freestyler’s wet dream at a haggler’s price. Thanks, Jeremy.

Jeremy Jones is a freestyle madman and a stubborn bastard—and you should thank him. He challenged Burton not only to build his signature boot to his exact specs, but to put it within reach of the average shredder’s bank account. And since he’s Jeremy Jones, that’s exactly what Burton did. Jeremy requested the Flex 2 Liner, which offers plenty of lateral flex without forgetting about edge to edge response. This boot offers more support than the glorified sneakers some jibbers wear, but it’s flexible enough to make those ollies, grinds, and presses feel smooth as butter. B3 Gel cushioning swallows impact on those flat landings and won’t crumble after a season of hard riding, and the J-Bar system lets you customize the level of heel-hold to meet your needs. - Fall 2008.

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5 5

AWESOME BOOTS

I LOVE THESE BOOTS!!! I rode them for a couple years then switched to DC and Celsius for a season. Most likely gettin another pair this season. Super comfortable, and great for park.

5 5

Comfy

This boot is really comfy. I don't have any problems yet as I haven't ridden in them a lot. In time we'll see if we have problems as others have stated. For now it's a great boot.

1 5

Not confy

i've had these boots for 2 seasons and its bad. i thought i would break them in and it would be good but i give up. after 1st run. my feet starts to cramp up and feel like going in to rest. i dont believe boots suppose to feel this way. i order some new boots . hopefully these are better.

Not confy

Anyone wearing these boots with Raiden...

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Anyone wearing these boots with Raiden Bindings? If so how do they fit in them?

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Not wearing them with Raiden Bindings but the boots fit insanely well, are low low low profile, and wicked-comfy!

Plus, they have the sickest looking skate-show style silhouette

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as long as you get the right size binding for the boot you will be fine

5 5

Good boots

THese boots are great, i had a pair of 07 H.OD. boots which were a little stiffer, if you like looseness these boots are great the flat foot makes the boot feel like a sandal, they are a bit different than most boots but a great buy overall

Wassup

I got burton custom bindings would...

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Wassup

I got burton custom bindings would these fit snug in dis

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these boots will fit LIKE A DREAM in the binders! Burton boots and bindings are designed with one another in mind... SEEMLESS!

On top of that, these boots are wicked comfortable too! One of the main reason I love them is all the hidden tech they have. Looks like a pretty plan boot, but it has an insane liner and EST optimized soul. Looks like a vulc skate shoe. SICKIES!

1 5

These things suck

I have never had worse boots. You put them on and as soon as you get to the lift line your feet already hurt. Then after 10 minutes of riding your feet hurt so bad you just wanna go in. It seriously sucks so bad that your boots are what holds you back from having a good days worth of riding. Then when you take your feet out and walk around it honestly feels like the bottoms of your feet are misshapen. there are parts of your foot that are touching the ground or getting extra weight put on them. Another thing that i hate about these boots is that they are not warm at all. When your out riding in NY its not even that cold most of the time around 25 is when im saying your feet are going to freeze off in these boots. It will feel like theres that tingly no blood in your toes thing and then it just goes completly numb. I have no idea how jermey jones rides these boots or if he actually does like how its hard to belive that shaun white rides mission bindings. Its just sorta like really burton i love you guys but these boots suck so bad was there really any sort of testing done with them because ive seen multiple reviews not only saying they suck ive seen tons of those but saying that after they rode these boots the started having issues with flat feet like me.

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Really? it's reviews like this that make me question people's understanding of how to shop online. For fitted items, you should ALWAYS try them out somewhere in person before buying online

2 5

way to soft and pack out to easy

thease boots were great for about three full days of riding,from then out they packed out and turned to mush way fast! thank god dogfunk took them back!! you guys rock!!

5 5

Sturdy and comfortable

I rented these boots on a recent trip to Mammoth. Like all rental equipment at the end of a season, the boots were well used. The synthetic leather was in decent condition but one of the original shoelaces had been replaced at one point with a cheapo. The inside lining of the boot and those inner-lace pull-thingys were perfect.

After my first run I was immediately impressed with the comfort of these boots. I had tried on and rented many different kinds of boots, but all of them had one thing or another wrong with them. My requirements were comfort #1, and simplicity #2 (e.g. traditional laces and not a lot of stuff to adjust every time). These boots fit both requirements perfectly. My feet were comfortable and warm all day long both days and I didn't have any desire to loosen them up at lunch breaks.

My first order of business when I got home was finding a great deal online and picking up a pair for myself. Done.

5 5

Sturdy and comfortable

I rented these boots on a recent trip to Mammoth. Like all rental equipment at the end of a season, the boots were well used. The synthetic leather was in decent condition but one of the original shoelaces had been replaced at one point with a cheapo. The inside lining of the boot and those inner-lace pull-thingys were perfect.

After my first run I was immediately impressed with the comfort of these boots. I had tried on and rented many different kinds of boots, but all of them had one thing or another wrong with them. My requirements were comfort #1, and simplicity #2 (e.g. traditional laces and not a lot of stuff to adjust every time). These boots fit both requirements perfectly. My feet were comfortable and warm all day long both days and I didn't have any desire to loosen them up at lunch breaks.

My first order of business when I got home was finding a great deal online and picking up a pair for myself. Done.

5 5

Excellent

Super good! Comfy and funky!

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boots blow and the laces frey constantly, way to soft... my buddy has the same boots and has the same issue with the laces and heel picking up all the time.... plus they make your feet tingley over it..

1 5

worst liners burton makes

burton tried to make a high end soft park liner (the Flex 2) this season; one that would be soft and flexy for jibs but also be able to ramp up support when needed... they failed miserably. after just one day, this liner was mush... after twenty, this liner was thrashed... i noticed after my first day on these that the liners started to pack out a lot more than normal... pack out mostly occurs in the heels and these liners were becoming increasingly thin in the heel area, so much so that i started feeling pressure from my binding heelcup... the heel area of the liners are now paper thin (wouldn't be surprised if a hole started to develop) and almost all of the foam has worn through... also, the interior lining of the liner has begun to tear, revealing the inside foam... i don't see these boots lasting through the season... they are entirely too soft even just for park... they have no support whatsoever for any sized park features except your small to medium sized jibs... forget about taking these off any larger tables as you'll be playing russian roulette with your ankles... the only situation i can see using these happily is if you do a lot of urban street setup riding... burton has a lot of work to do to improve these 'park-specific' liners for 2010...

2 5

flat foot

i never had a problem with flat feet until these boots maybe a custom footbed could have helped every run was painfull they would be great for walking up to a rail maybe sliding down it

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i have had the same exact problem as you. i love burton but there customer service has gone downhill over the last couple of years like with these boots i told them there must be somthing with the liners because they have no support and my feet kill after 20 minutes of riding they told me that i should go out and spend 40 bucks of my own money and buy super feet insoles. dissapointed

5 5

Great so far

I have worn Burton Sabbaths for the past four years and have really liked them. I am 6'0 and 190lbs, and like to ride park and all mountain so I was skeptical about getting these boots fearing they would not be supportive enough. So far they are great! No issues with support, so comfortable, and they have all the same internal features as the sabbaths. So far I can't really notice the flex difference. A few things to be aware of though. The insole of this boot is flat, where as most snowboard boots have a more forward lean to them. Not bad or uncomfortable, just different. Maybe thats why they don't feel like they have more flex? Also the leather/pleather/ suede, on the outside is pretty cheap. After a couple of wears it loses its color(black model) and kind of gets matted down. It's just cosmetic and does not take any functionality away from the boot itself. Overall these boots kick ass so far! Great boot for only $200.

5 5

The best boot on Earth, no questions asked.

After trying and riding dozens of boots over the years, I know the feel of a good park boot, trust me. When I tried this new boot on at my local shop after being measured up, I was blown away by the comfort and heel hold of this boot. I was also shocked to hear all the technology built into the Jeremy Jones boots... everything from Aegis antimicrobial liners to combat foot funk to a Shrinkage and EST midsole combination for ultimate board feel... all for under two hundred dollars! Best boot ever, long live Jeremy Jones!

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you need to ride the boots before you can actually say there a good. they suck obviously you really dont know what a good park boot feels like

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you need to ride the boots before you can actually say there a good. they suck obviously you really dont know what a good park boot feels like