Who would have thought snowboard boots could be so comfortable?
The Burton Women's Lodi Snowboard Boot packs serious comfort with a faux-fur lined Imprint 2 liner, Air Cushioning, and a soft, forgiving flex. You'll really appreciate all that plushness when you're finishing a dawn-to-dusk day or riding and still stoked for more. Burton added a molded EVA footbed to cushion your ride on choppy snow and to absorb a bit of shock on harsh landings. Plus, this boot includes a Quick-Fit lacing harness to lock your heel in place and eliminate any slop on toe-side turns. - Fall 2008.
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This was my first online purchase, and I was nervous as hell to do it. (I haven't had the best experiences with my information being online) Anyways, everything went great. It was easy to order, easy to recieve, the boots look and fit great, and I was even happier to be able to track the shipments to the second it arrived and left a city. I will most definitely be using dogfunk again. =) (The only thng I'm bummed about is the boots are cheaper today, than they were a couple days ago. I missed the price reduction. =( )
I ordered these in a size 8 and I usually wear a 7.5 or an 8 in street shoes, but they were too small. I had a hard time getting my foot in the shoe and they are really comfy on the inside and would probably be very warm, but they were too tight on the top of my foot and my toes and my feet started to go numb within a couple minutes. They probaby would have been great in an 8.5, but I ended up getting BOA boots instead and love them!
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I got a pair of the black and the purple for my daughters.... Great fit, comfortable, nice looking, great price....Also am extremely happy with how quick the boots came as well as everything else i"ve ordered through dogfunk...
awesome boot! Great deal from dogfunk
I got these in a mega deal! seriously and wow did I score I use these to teach in and they broke in pretty good in like 4 days. Ride them loose so doesn't cause any burning or hot points in your feet. I would say the are not too stiff and not too soft either just right. I'm an 8.5 and I've been riding these for 3 weeks now and still a good fit, just a tiny bit of wiggle in the toes. I use to buy a half size down but have decided I don't like the pain, and sore toenails/toes just to have a soft comfy boot ages down the road so I think these a true to size and stay solid and don't pack out too fast like some companies out there. I rate them but I see they're not the same killer price I paid for them.I got a deal!!!!
perfect starter boots
This was the first pair of boots I bought and the difference they made over rentals was amazing.
They fit pretty true to size, I usually wear a 7 in street shoes and went with a 7.5 in these to avoid my toes falling asleep(which they still do a bit, but I think it has more to do with my feet than the boots). Probably could have gone with a 7 as they are now fairly broken in and my heel is starting to slip up a bit.
All in all a fantastic boot to learn on; comfy enough to keep you going all day. I've worn them pretty much every weekend for 1 1/2 seasons and they still look new. Also, LOVE that the liner has a little pouch to slip the toe warmers into!
How do these fit? I wear a size 9 in street...
How do these fit? I wear a size 9 in street shoes. I was reading the comments that the Mint is true to street shoe size. Is that also true for Lodi?
Burton boots run true to FOOT size. Get your feet measured properly, since most people wear shoes a size or two larger than they should.
Lodi's run true to size. But remember, boots will pack out close to a 1/4 size so buy them snug to ensure proper fit in the future.
I always size down half a size from street shoe. They will pack out in the heal and the toes. I have small ankles so packing out in the heal is no good for me. but a tid bit of info. 8 and 8.5 will have the same liner size, it is the actual boot that has different sizes
These boots fit great on my 8.5 size foot, one foots bigger than the other and the toes were a little sore but nothing to cry and scream about. I like to buy true to size as I don't mind and little bit of room for wiggling toes.
I wear 7.5-8 on shoes and my feet are normal width. I bought this boots size 7.5 and it fits perfectly but heels feel a bit loose after a couple of run. however i tried size 7 but it feel too short. hope this helps
this is only my first season snowboarding, so comparing to those uncomfortable boots that you can rent (even though they are burton too) these were incredible. even when the lifts stopped running, my feet were still nice and warm, and my ankles and legs didn't hurt at all. my heels stayed put. i am a size six and mine fit perfectly. that fur lining on the inside is not just for looks, because it makes the boots just really comfortable overall. they are not too stiff, and not too flexible. i am lovin them!
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These boots are great for the beginner, but unfortunately I had to return them because my street shoe size (7.5) needed an 8 in these. The gray is more of a soft white too.
I bought a pair of these, mail order, in...
I bought a pair of these, mail order, in the same size as my last pair of Burton boots. They are sooo tight at the ball of my foot that I loose circulation to my toes within a few minutes. They feel great everywhere else. What is the best way for me to quickly get them to feel good? Going on a trip in a few weeks and can't get in alot of riding before that.
i have these same boots and they did that to my feet too. i just wore them around the house for a while. walked around in them, up and down steps. i did it a couple different times and that seemed to help at least with the initial break in. my feet weren't killing me too bad my first day out.