Burton Moto Snowboard Boot - Men's - 2010
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January 30, 2011
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.
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?
By: Isaac Reynaldo
January 22, 2011
I don't want to give you an answer because I'm dumb.
By: My Dog's Tape
March 7, 2011
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.
By: Wooden Robots
January 23, 2011
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April 20, 2011
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?
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.
By: Conner Walton
December 11, 2010
does powder get into these boots easily? because i like to build jumps therefore and have to walk around in powder
January 7, 2011
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.
By: mark leyva
December 12, 2010
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.
By: PDX HOOD
December 11, 2010
January 2, 2011
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 :-)
January 21, 2011
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.