When the Lord told His children, “Thou shalt keep the Sabbath day holy,” he meant it. The Burton Sabbath Snowboard Boot makes every day holy. Pope-worthy style and performance that would blow Jesus Christ's mind define this Burton team favorite. Gel-cushioned soles soften flat landings and a moldable liner adapts to the exact shape of your foot. Burton gave the Sabbath an anti-microbial footbed so your dawgs don't stink to high heaven, and a medium flex and lightning-quick response for hell-raising turns as you tear down the steep face of Mt. Sinai. Don't wander for forty years in the wilderness before you discover the chosen boot. - Fall 2008.
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Runs on the small size...
I wear a womens size 9 so I sized down 1 as per Burton's sizing chart. The boots came in today, my toes were cramped as hell, and that's not even my large foot! Sending them back for a size 9... Other than the sizing issues it's a badass boot.
Keep it holy, and comfy.
Picked these up after eyeing them since last season. Dogfunk had a sick price so I had to snag a pair. I rocked 2007 Burton Hails, and I loved them, and I thought I would never find boots that were as comfy as those (once broken in, which honestly took nearly a full season). Boy was I wrong. Out of the box, the Sabbaths made me forget my beloved Hails. They fit true to size and the differences in comfort were apparent. These boots are just the right amount of stiffness, and flat landings are barely noticeable due to the plush padding. My feet could not be happier! My feet are officially spoiled. It's like walking in heaven. :-D
Choose you're bindings wisely with these boots...
These boots suck big time when matched with Burton Cartel bindings. The little hooks on the boots completly destroyed the staps on my brand new bindings (only one month of use). Big thumbs down to Burton for compatibility between they're own products!
better than before
These boots are a lot stiffer than the 6-7 year Solamons I had before. Stiffer is better. The performance is better, quicker reaction. Surprisingly I got compliments on the all white. The best part about these boots is the wide toe box. Very comfortable on my wide foot. I were a size 9 shoe and got a size 10 boot. Perfect!
These boots really are amazing. Read some reviews and found a good deal so decided to pick up a pair cause the styling is pretty sick.. and it was a great buy. Very easy to get in and out, very comfortable, just flat out the best snowboarding boots to have ever wrapped my feet.
these boots have the perfect balance of stiffness and comfort for all day, all-mountain riding. I would definitely buy these again.
These fall under Men's, ...Have any women...
These fall under Men's, ...Have any women tried them.
These boots are great! Super comfortable and mold right to your foot! The only thing is the sizing...I am a women's size 10 and bought an 8.5, but should have went with the 9. Good luck in your findings.
Good, good stuff.
Easy on, easy off. Stiff enough, soft enough. Just good stuff all around.
These things make my feet feel very very happy all day long. After a few pairs of DCs and a short-term relationship with 32s, these really are great boots. Id recommend that most park lappers stay away, these stiff enough to ride steeps all day and not kill your calves and shins, the flex just isnt quite enough to get that tweak you need for the kicker or rail session, although they do slay anything. My one issue was the 'white gator' color is very distinctly gray and white, not just all white like it looks, or at least i thought... I still kept them because they ride ohh sooo nice.They run true to size from DCs and 32s, at least 12s fit like 12s.
Sabbath Boot Rocks
Every time on the mountain o waiting at the chair lift I get complimented on the boot, they are crazy looking and very cool, people go crazy when they take a look at it, I got 6 offers at the mountain to sell them right off my feet, ITS CRAZY !!!!
And the boot rides like a FERRARI, and warm too.
Have there been any major changes from the...
Have there been any major changes from the 2007 sabbath cowboy boots compared to the 2009 sabbaths?
Let em Break In, Then Rock
I rode two days, darn near sent em back as the toe area was too tight and kiling me. But day three rocked, and day four was even better. Glad I got them now.
Sabbaths are an orgasm for your feet
Not only one of the best looking boots out there but oh so comfortable. True fit and moldable liners are a god send and looking forward to rockin them again next year.
these boots are great for everything. they are stiff enough for the steeper runs, but soft enough for the park while being super comfortable. once you get them broken in, they fit like a super comfortable glove on your foot. my favorite thing about them is the B2 gel in the soles which make it feel like you are walking on marshmallows and it really helps with the long days of riding and long week trips
Got these boots and they are great. Very snug fit which is what I like. They have the J-channel in the ankle to help hold it in place. I can ride all day in these and not get tired or cold. Very comfortable all around on the mountain.
How's this boot for an all mountain snowboard...
How's this boot for an all mountain snowboard boot?
perfect as an all mountain boot, not too stiff but not crazy soft, can handle anything from the backcountry to the park
agreed. they are great all mountain boots, stiff enough for the steeper runs, but soft enough for the park. my favorite thing about them is the B2 gel in the soles which make it feel like you are walking on marshmallows and it really helps with the long days of riding and long week trips
I have a pair of 2006 Sabbaths that need...
I have a pair of 2006 Sabbaths that need replacing, will the 2009 model fit the same? (size 11.5)
There really haven't been any changes to result in changing sizes, no.
So far so good
First season in these boots and they are breaking in quite nicely after only a few times up on the mountain. They are pretty comfortable and keep my feet warm all day. Killer style taboot!
Perfect amount of stiffness for an freestyle or even all-mountain boot and they break-in great. They fit true to size so there's no real guessing. Only problem for me was that I have narrow feet and these were too wide for me (a little too much slop). If you have normal width feet, they're great...if you have narrow feet look at the Ion or Salomon F24 instead.
great boots. they are true to size and really stay warm and comfortable. they start off a bit stiff, so like any boot I would recommend wearing them around the house for a few hours before you go right to the slopes.