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Burton boots that won't evaporate your bankroll.

A favorite of advancing freeriders and anyone on a budget, Burton's Moto Snowboard Boot proves that you don't have to break the bank to get quality performance. This boot offers time-tested basics to riders looking for trickle-down top-end construction. Burton gave the Moto a new lacing system that locks your foot in with one quick pull of the single lace cable. The Moto's two-part outsole is soft enough to cushion landings but gives you the sensitivity you want underfoot for sliding rails or even just learning to ride. The unique shell design, featuring anatomical wrapping, gives the Moto superior hold that keeps your boot snug from the top of the boot down. - Fall 2008.

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4 5

moto boot

feels a little cheesy but it works nice. comfortable padding so you can hit the hard jumps and wont leave you feeling crushed. good price

5 5

niceeee

sick boots really easy in and out keeps my feet super warm and they work well in the park and all over the mountain

3 5

It's ok, not for advanced riders

I think this boot is a solid for beginner riders. I have worn this boot all season and ridden pretty hard. I think I am done with the express lace system all together. This boot would often come loose and that was definitely bothersome. From now on I will stick to traditional laces. It's the only type you really have control over.

I give props to this boot on comfort level. Definitely one of the most comfortable boots I have worn (if it stays tight.)

4 5

good boot for the money

Bought these boots about a month ago and have used them several times. The first time they were a little stiff but by the second time I used them they fit perfect and had formed well to my feet. The quick lace system works pretty well but every now and again it comes undone while riding...but its an easy fix to tighten them back up. I have gotten comments on how good they look as well (went with the green/white ones) Overall, good boots for the money.

4 5

Loved Them

My main reason for getting these boots were the good reviews. They are very comfortable, look cool, and are a good price. I'm very happy with my decision but will try another boot next time I think. They just aren't quite stiff enough for me.

3 5

Alright...

Boots are great. Love them. But the liners aren't the best. Felt uncomfortably tight, crushing my toes... My opinion is order a half size up and you should be good to go.

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I can second that, I had the same problem but 1/2 step up and they fit awesome.

4 5

Good all around, a little loose

I'm an intermediate rider who has been renting for the past 3 years and finally sprung to buy my own gear. I've always rented burton boots and have always been a size 10.

I wore these boots around the house for a day or so when I first got them. Naturally they were a bit tight at first but after a few hours they were actually pretty comfortable.

When I took them to the slopes, I started getting some gnarly pain on the ball of my foot and the back of my calf. This might actually be the fault of the bindings. When I loosened up the boots, however, it helped. Of course then my boots were pretty damn loose. I know a lot of people hate that, but it works for me just fine. As long as they aren't in any danger of coming off :)

The lacing system is really simple. I still haven't decided if I like it more or less than the traditional lacing. It's definitely faster... but I'm not sure if it requires constant attention yet.

4 5

Fo sho!!!

These boots are FO SHO!! Got the all black ones and they are sick. Not too stiff, not too loose. The only thing that bothers me about them is that they squeak. I guess it's from them being new and not broken in yet. You definetly can't go on any ninja missions in these things. Overall... 4 out of 5!! Sick buy!

4 5

sweet price sweet buy

this is an amazing boot. stiff and holds tight all day long. well insulated and extremely comfortable. the only problem is the lacing system. its easy to tighten but....... the pocket to put the lace handle in is on the other side of the boot and u have the lace hanging around when its in the pocket. i roll the lace around the handle n the put it in the pocket tho. it takes some time to figure it out but otherwise, awesome boot, i prefer it highly.

4 5

Decent boots for a great price

I normally ride everywhere but the park, but I decided to get a park set up this year. I'm used to riding SL9's which are super light and ridiculously stiff. These boots were real easy to break in, light enough, comfy, and warm.

The only problem I have with these boots is the speed zone lacing. They work great and hold tight all day long, but there's only 1 pull handle and the pocket to tuck the laces in is out of the way. You pull the handle of the speed zone laces tight on the right side of your boot and you tuck in everything in a pocket on the left side of the boot. So, there's a bunch of lacing that crosses your shin that you have to do something with. I tucked mine in between the liner and shell.

Comparably, the SL9's have a have 2 handles on each side of your leg. 1 for each section of the boot. There's also 2 pockets where you can stash all the extra lacing and handle, so there's no way any of the laces can come loose, or rub up against you.

Other than the lacing going across your leg, these boots are comfy, warm, hold your feet well, and are a steal on Dogfunk!

5 5

Good buy

Great boots so far. I was worried about the lacing system at first but after trying them out they're freaking awesome, fast and simple. The laces are thin but don't be afraid to pull on them as hard as you can. The boots themselves are so comfortable I wore them around the house for about an hour. I haven't used them yet (no snow) but overall I would say its a great boot for a great price.

2 5

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did not care for the lace syaytem at all... also were a bit smaller than i thought. I wear a 8.5 skate shoe ordered 9 in motot and it was too small. Nice looking boot tho!

5 5

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Very good and comfortable boots, I'm happy :)
Got 12 size, but my usual size 10.5-11.

What year are these?

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What year are these?

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These are from the 08/09 season.

5 5

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the pair i got r too small but my brother go the same ones diffirent colours tho haha so im sending mine back to get a bigger size but they r prrety confturble they r fast to put on no lacing them up just pull back on th ecords thats pretty nice i wasntsure at first about the cords if they woudl handel it but they r doign pretty good i recomend this boots there nice and warm confffy and are fastr to put on you'll get one extra run in on th eslopes whiel your friends are still tieing their boots ahaha

3 5

Good entry-level boot

The Burton Moto is an entry level boot designed for the beginning rider. The first thing I should say about these boots is that they pack out fairly quickly; after about 8 days on the slopes, they were about a half size larger. By 10 days on the slopes, I was getting a bit of heel lift. The speedzone lacing is fast, but since this boot uses the speedzone express where there's only one pull cord, I found it somewhat difficult to adequately tighten the lower zone independently from the upper zone. I also found I had to tighten these boots after every few runs because the cord catch would loosen. These boots are very flexible which is good for a beginner or the park-rat. Unlike other reviewers, I found these boots very comfortable. There's only a single speedzone lacing pull on this boot, so you get a little bit less ability to control the tightening on different parts of the book. If you're a beginner, but you're relatively sure you'll be riding quite a bit, I would actually recommend spending a few more dollars to get a slightly higher end boot. These will work for the budget conscious rider though.

hey if u have a size 13 foot should u get...

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hey if u have a size 13 foot should u get a size 14 boot?

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I would try as hard as possible to try the size on before you buy it. A lot of times people will make the mistake of buying shoes online that don't fit properly. The fact is, you should buy a size 13 or even a 12.5 since after a few days of shredding the boot liner will pack out about a half size.

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No, Cody... If you are a true 13 on a measuring device, get a 13, not larger. In snowboarding, you definitely do not want big boots, if anything most people get them on the small side. (less toe/heel drag)

Also, if your foot moves around, you will either fatigue your body from your foot always cramping up from trying to grapple the bottom of the boot. Or, you'll be swishing around so much that your toe will jam forward to the front of the boot on toe side turns giving you some gnarly bruises.

My advice, true 13 rocks a true 13 (or a 12.5 if you want to rock foot bondage a bit :) After a while the boots will pack out a quarter of a size.

how do i take it back

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how do i take it back

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You can call us, jump on live chat or just print out an RMA and send it back yourself. Super easy.

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is it free return shipping

3 5

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how do i take them back if i do not like them

5 5

Bad ass

Just used mine this past weekend for the first time, and all the fears I had about buying boots without trying them on first were put to rest. Fit my Burton bindings perfectly, kept me warm, and looked good. The laces are easy and reliable, too, even if they're not BOAs. What else could you ask for?

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