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The boot that will take you from linking your first turns to launching your first kicker.

More snowboarders wear the Burton Moto Snowboard Boot than any boot on the planet - and for good reason. The forgiving, comfy flex and easy-to-use Speed Zone lacing system have made the Moto a favorite for still-learning riders looking for a serious upgrade from questionable rental boots. The best part? You'll have enough cash left over for a lift ticket and a lesson or two.

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4 5

solid

I used these boots once last season. They are super quick to put on and hold tight throughout the day. They have a bit more flex than other boots but I like that feel.

4 5

Good boot

this is a great boot road on it for two seasons before going to the stiffer Ruler

4 5

Good boot

this is a great boot road on it for two seasons before going to the stiffer Ruler

4 5

good boot

comfortable boot but make sure you get them at least a half a size bigger than your shoe size.

4 5

good boot

comfortable boot but make sure you get them at least a half a size bigger than your shoe size.

3 5

Not good, but not bad

I tested out these boots for a weekend trip I went on and they did the job. I wasn't super thrilled about how tight they were on my feet. I have always had that problem with burton boots and don't even have big feet. I liked the warmth of the boot and it held my foot in good, but they are super flexy boots and I didn't enjoy that. I would much rather stay away from burton all together, but when you get to try new products why not?

5 5

Legit

Love these boots. Keep my feet comfortable and supported. I really like the speed lacing system, really quick to take your boots on and off. I would definitely recommend these boots to anyone. Plus, they look pretty sick!

4 5

awesome

i love these boots. they r relly warm if u where wool socks.but the bad thing is if u hold snowboard on the toe on chsir lift the leather ripes very easy.

4 5

awesome

i love these boots. they r relly warm if u where wool socks.but the bad thing is if u hold snowboard on the toe on chsir lift the leather ripes very easy.

5 5

Burton Moto

These boots are great ! very soft boots, and thats good for me cause i like them like that, i dont like the boots stiff, so these boots are great ! easy to get on, and easy to get out of at the end of the day,

Awesome boots !

Ok so i normally wear a 9.5 shoe....but...

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Ok so i normally wear a 9.5 shoe....but when i went to princeton sports they measured my shoe size and i was an 8....So do i go with what they measured me as? or do I go with the shoe size that i wear everyday?

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Go with the show size you wear everyday. My foot measures at a 9 but It is too wide for a 9 so I wear a 9.5 which is my everyday shoe size.

2 5

Not my fave by any means

These boots felt good when I first tried them on, but by the end of my second run the amount of heel lift was way too much to get used to for me. The waterproofing is non-existent; after a couple hours the liner and later my socks were completely saturated from slushy snow, which lead to numb toes. The only good thing was that dogfunk has an awesome return policy that they actually honor! I ended up getting the Nike Zoom force1's and they're WAY better.

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Well, if you don't like your boots, I'll be glad to have my dog work for you in exchange for them. My family won't feed me, so I can have my dog work for you in order to obtain something of value, then sell it for food money.

I'm 13 and this is my 3rd season, i'm from...

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I'm 13 and this is my 3rd season, i'm from the Midwest and i do freestyle and some pow riding. would this boot be good for me?

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If you like soft boots then yes. The moto is a really soft boot. If you are going to ride 60+ days in the year I would get a stiffer boot like the ruler. The moto is a great boot it is just soft.

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I don't want to give you an answer because I'm dumb.

5 5

Love the boots hate the company

love the boots hate the company
i wore these one day got them from christmas from the parents and the first time i used them i got a huge gash in the front that burton would not let me return them for they said it was my own fault it happened and that they would not reimburse me. They have a warranty, but its crap. Don't expect to get new boots if these break on you. I had to use shoe glue and sand down the extra in order to make them look presentable again. In one night they lost almost all of their resale value so I guess I will be throwing these away when they dont fit me anymore.

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You are aware that you can return them to Dogfunk, no problem?

3 5

meh

I've only had these maybe 2 seasons, and they are effed in every way. the speed lacing system stripped and the teeth no longer grab the lace, so i have to tie to lace around my boot every time i use my "speed lacing system. furthermore, when i ride with these boots, my feet hurt at the end of the day, and i can never seem to get comfortable for too long. all in all, if you have to go cheap these are alright, but if you ride quite a bit (40+ days a year) these boots are not going to last long.

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i've had these boots for 3 years now and i ride probably 80+ days a year and i do competition in them they're great and i've never had anything go wrong with them except for they are a little worn down where my feet hit together when i walk and as for the speed lacing a replacment piece is $3 at your local board so and i dont see how you wore down the teeth unless you were using a file to do it so i dont know what your talking about.... I would recomend these to anyone

I have Burton Cartel Bindings size L (10+)....

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I have Burton Cartel Bindings size L (10+). I wear a size 10 in normal shoes and was thinking about getting size 10.5 in the motos per reviews. My question is with the new Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology, If I get these boots will my bindings no longer fit??

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Don't get 10.5. If you are 10 in shoes then get a 10 in boots. Burton boots are 1:1 lasting. This means they are made to fit your true size of foot. You bindings should be fine. You will have to adjust the straps but you will be all good.

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your boots should not have a problem fitting the bindings if you get the ten

5 5

Sheep on my feet!

These boots are super comfortable, i work at a ski resort and have to wear the boots for 9 hours a day. They are comfortable to ride in as well as stand and work in.

If i had to say one bad is that they can sometimes be difficult to get off but that could be the indian not the arrow :-)

Hey, I just bought these boots and i noticed...

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Hey, I just bought these boots and i noticed that in my right boot, the laces were way longer than the left and they were different lengths by alot. Is this normal, or should i bring them back for another pair.

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If it is going to bug you then send them back, but it doesn't make a difference. The lace length won't affect the performance of the boot at all. The Moto is awesome.

If I were to get the Burton Moto Snowboard...

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If I were to get the Burton Moto Snowboard Boots what kind of Burton Binding would you recommend? I'm looking to get my own board, boots, bindings and would like some help. Thanks!

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Custom bindings. They nice and cheap but really durable if you are just starting out. You will be stoked on them.

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agreed custom bindings are great for beginners

i'm an experienced boarder. just wondering...

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i'm an experienced boarder. just wondering if these boots are good for me. i dont have any money this year for boots, but need boots because i lost my other pair. the review from the website makes it seem like this is a beginners boot.

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It really depends on what you will be riding. This boot could be considered more of a beginner boot because it is so versatile. Versatility can be viewed as either a good thing or a bad thing. Good because the boot won't fail you if you decide to ride park over pow, for example. The versatility could be viewed as bad though, because the boot doesn't excel at any one type of riding. So, if you ride park all the time, you would be losing some park specific boot features if you go with the Moto. Higher end boots are designed to rip specific terrain, riding styles, and ability. I will say though, if money is tight and you don't need a boot built for a specific terrain (park, pow, pipe)....you won't find a better boot for $149. Hope this helps.

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yes there great boots youll love them .Those where actaully my 3Rd boots i ive gotten ever since i started boarding. Trust me youll love and one more thing there realy comfortable.

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does powder get into these boots easily? because i like to build jumps therefore and have to walk around in powder

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