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Featherweight freestyle destroyer.

The soft-flexing Burton Rampant snowboard boot brings classic lace-up construction into the 21st century. It's got an articulated Crossbone cuff for balanced presses and tweaked grabs. The heat-moldable Imprint 2 liner keeps you warm and insanely comfortable, even after a full day on the hill. Plus, it doesn't hurt that it's one of the lightest boots we've ever seen. So whether you're looking to kick up the progression, or you're already a seasoned jib-ninja, lace 'em up and get after it.

  • Traditional laces
  • Medium-soft flex
  • Power Up 3D molded tongue
  • Wishbone articulated cuff
  • Shrinkage footprint reduction technology
  • Dual-density AutoCANT cushioning

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5 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

LOVE these boots! Keep in mind that these boots are a soft-mid flex on the spec rating scale. If you're someone who like to get up in the morning, pick up coffee at your favorite local brew, crack a Cold One in the parking lot while lazily throwin on your boots, lacing em up tight/loose/ or however you prefer, and throwing down Thunder on rails, these are your babies!

I've used these in every single terrain imaginable and put over 200 days on em. If you prefer stiffer boots and like retaining all that added potential energy after coming around from your double corks, these probably won't be your best bet. Unless you find tranny like day break, and you like hiking rails or simple jib features, these will be your best partner in crime, and I stand by it.

People who are looking to get these are looking for LIGHT boots, and it simple will provide that for you. If you're contemplating on buying these because you just aren't sure which boot to go with from the other 5 that are on your screen, get these!

Keep in mind that warranty that Burton offers, they have a great program for it, so if anything does happen to go wrong just hit them up and they'll be more than willing to take you under their arms.

And for the fit, they fit very true to size. My roommate who has the Sasquatch prints fit into these in his exact size. If you like added toe space, go up a half size, if you;re someone who like their toe just brushing up against the tip of the liners, go with your true shoe-size.

Other than that, keep shredding hard, and throw down as hard as you get down!

Photo: Ian Matteson

2 5

Follow up to sizes run small...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

So I ordered the next size bigger and not only are they small, but they also changed the design... The boots barely fit in my bindings! Now again I got a pair in 2011 that are the best pair of snowboard boots I've ever owned . They felt like a pair of running shoes! If these are your first pair then they probably are great if you had an older pair like I did the only word is (disappointment). Hate to write a bad review on my old favorite boots but the new ones just aren't close. Will try again next year hopefully they will be better. All that being said thank god for the bulletproof backcountry return policy!!!

5 5

Lightweight and comfortable.

I've been riding these boots for the past month with nothing but good things to say. The break-in period was slightly uncomfortable, but I didn't heat mold these and this is to be expected with any boot. Once I rode these for a good 2-3 full days they conformed to my foot quite well- without any pressure points.

These are slightly soft for serious freeriding, but then again, I've been riding my local resort's upper bowl (Murdoc @ Canyons), tree runs, and steeper terrain without any issues what-so-ever. Riding in these is a joy- they absorb large impacts, flat landings, and they're great for carving both on groomed runs and slashing through untracked powder. They excel in the park, given that they're low-profile and provide a skate-like feel on boxes, rails, and jumps. Overall, I'm very pleased with these and they're super frickin' light!

*Some reviewers below noted that these run small. I have not found this to be true. I'm wearing a size 11 which is my normal shoe size and snowboard boot size.

2 5

Sizes run small :(

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Got my first pair in 2011 they were great, fit to size! Just got a new pair of 2014s and they're at least a full size to small. Disappointed!!!

2 5

Disappointed with these boots

At first, these boots seemed to perform very well. However, after a few times out they would not stay tight. I found myself slipping out of these boots at high speeds and the response I got from them was mediocre at best. Exchanged them for the Burton Ambush boots, thanks to the awesome customer service here at Dogfunk. Buy from Dogfunk but don't buy these boots.

Hi, I usually choose 10 or 10.5 size for...

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Hi, I usually choose 10 or 10.5 size for my everyday shoes, which size of Burton Rampant you'd advice to buy?

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Hey Anton,
These boots run pretty true to street shoe size. Whichever size you buy more of, I would stick with that size. If you're still not sure, I would go with the size 10.0 since boots can tend to pack out a little.

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Thank you, Jessica! Already ordered 10.0. I'll tell later how I feel in these boots!

5 5

comfy cushy!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great boot overall. Soft but supportive. Very very light and easy to walk in. Due to its soft flex you may see yourself tightening up your boots after a few runs but nothing to complain about. Well worth the purchase.

5 5

These are fr&$@in light

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Right off you should know these boots are on the softer side. I bought them for splitboarding and to counter my SLX's. They are however supportive, liner and shell lock down well with the "old school " lacing system. Thinner sole and gel inserts increase sensitivity and have provided a surfy feeling in pow. Overall a comfortable, warm and affordable freestyle boot. Did I mention these are unbelievably light!

Since they are so thin, are they still...

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Since they are so thin, are they still warm ?

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Liner/shell combination no thinner than other boots I've used. Maybe a bit less burly, but have not been cold hiking and riding in the intermountain west.