A pro-quality boot without the pro price tag.
- Low-profile EST midsoles bring you closer to your board for response and better board feel
- Flex 2 liners with TaiPanels balances smooth flex with strategically placed panels for solid support
- Flex 2 liners also feature J-bars for excellent heel hold
- Flex Cuffs on the liners hug your ankles to enhance heel hold without losing the forgiveness needed for tweaking in the park
- B3 gel in the midsoles along with EVA footbeds offer high-impact cushioning that won�t break down
- The boot shell�s Flex Spine Backstay allows for lateral and medial flex while maintaining edge-to-edge support
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Soft out of the box but holds up for lots of days riding. I've put 60+ days on these boots. They are MEGA comfy out of the box and unlike most soft boots out of the box they have not packed out and created heal lift. After 60 days and counting my heal is still locked in and stoked!
BEST BOOT I've ridden.
do these boots have the shrinkage tech?
do these boots have the shrinkage tech?
Yes these do have shrinkage.
Shrinkage reduces the boots overall footprint one full size, meaning a size 10 boot fits like a size 10, but has the footprint of a typical size 9. Shorter, lighter, and less bulky, with Shrinkage you can finally ride the board of your dreams.
SUPER SOFT AND SKATE LIKE!!!
How can someone not like this boot?
Its built for a purpose. Its a soft flexing skate-like feel.
If you like it mellow this is the jam!!!!!!!!!!!
Ok at first, my back hurts later!
I got last years model of these boots. I was pretty stoked on them at first. The only problem initially was that the cheap material on the outside wore down quickly. After about a month the boot started to pack out. More so than any other boot I have ever had. Including Burton boots. I had written a review previously stating the boot had good support/ flex. Well I'm sure this boot works well for strict park/ jibbing, but they became soft and uncomfortable after the first month. So bummed. I like to ride all over the mountain and after awhile these just didn't cut it anymore. The flat soles on these thing feel amazing while walking, just like a normal skate shoe. But they didn't give me any cushioning while landing any type of jump or drop.I found that my back/ body started hurting after riding which was unusual. I tried really hard to like these boots, and gave them many chances, but I just kept going back to my Sabbaths(which Burton discontinued this year). So bummed! Soon as my Sabbaths are done I will switch boot companies for good. Seems to be the trend with my experience with Burton products.
the same awful boot from last season, but now you get to pay an extra $30 for it! yay!
i guarantee the medium flex on these JJ's you like so much will become mush after a few days out... these were absolutely THE worst boot i have ever ridden... the liner broke down so much that the heel started to rip out and the foam started to thin out so bad that i could feel the heelcup of the binding pressing against the bone of my heel. i mentioned in my dogfunk review of these boots from last season that the only reason i would rock these boots was during a street session (or maybe some sleigh riding or driveway shoveling)... the funniest part is that Burton actually had the audacity to raise the price of this boot by $30 this season when they have done nothing to improve it... absolutely no upgrades at all; it's the exact same boot from last year, just some color changes, yet they decided to make the hard working kids who this boot is targeted towards pay an additional $30, especially in this downed economy... not cool burton, not cool.
My boots died, at COC last year, so i rode these for the remainder of camp, and i was very impressed with them, they have medium flex, and are very very comfortable. The break in period was short, The construction of the boots fit my binding better then my old boots. These boots would be a great buy for any skill level.