Be king of the mountain.
- New oversized 270-degree airbag covers 75% of the midsole to absorb impact when you land
- Speed Zone zonal lacing lets you adjust how tight you want your boots around your insteps and ankles
- Power Spine backstays on the boot shells offer excellent lateral and medial response and support
- Power Panels in the liners ensure these boots retain the same flex, rebound, and support on day 101 as you experienced on day one
- The heat-moldable, lace-up Imprint 2 liners feature J-bars for heel hold
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your feet will love this
the best quick and easy to put on and off. always stay tight very warm and superb grip for walking (even on ice!)
Good boots, affordable
I bought the Rulers again after years, found them a lot different from years past. I can't say I would buy them again. Every boot takes some breaking in. These seemed to take way longer to break in than normal. Maybe my foot just doesn't work the best with this boot. Overall, not bad. Lacing system, good! Very affordable. I doubt I would buy another pair.
The green on this boot, along the sole especially, is brighter and more of a neon-ish color then in the pics in my opinion. I'd be careful if you think you might have issues around the brightness of the green. Other then that, they have an amazing fit and are very comfortable.
So far so good
Comfie, easy break-in and no breaks on the pull system....yet, let's talk after March
I really like these boots they fit good and they ride everything. I think the have foot molding but not sure if it doesn't it feels like they were made for my feet. i will probably buy these again and would recommend these to a friend.
I absolutely love this boot. It's one of the stiffer Burton boots and I largely ride all-mountain with less freestyle so these are perfect for me. It's very comfortable, very warm, and well-made all around. I believe the newer models of these boots (09' and on) are made so that the outside dimensions are one size smaller (without affecting the inside dimensions) than the previous years models. This makes the boots fairly compact and light, easy to walk in, and easy to fit into most bindings. I've found the speedzone lacing (with upper and lower zones) to be very fast and extremely easy although not quite as customizable in terms of different zonal tightening as traditional laces. The Imprint 2 liner is also well made and has molded to my feet well after about 2 days on the snow with fairly minimal packing after about 20 days on the snow. I bought a 1/2 size smaller than I normally wear to get the correct fit, but take this with a grain of salt since everyone's feet are different. Definitely try out these boots, but personally I've been very happy with them.
Best boots i have owned hands down. so much support you can rip with this shit