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You might even take it out on the dance floor.

The Burton Women's Sterling Snowboard Boot presents a real dilemma: what so you wear with it on the slopes? Seriously, this full-feature performance snowboard boot is way, way to cool-looking to cover up with some baggy pants. At least you can show them off in the bar apres; Burton packed the Sterling with so many comfort features, you won't be in any hurry to take them off at the end of a long day of shredding. Just whip off your pants and show off this super-cute boot wearing just your long underw—uh, leggings. Yeah, that's it, leggings.
  • Articulating cuff allow upper and lower zones of the boot to flex independently for fluid forward motion and maximum heel hold
  • Low-profile, lightweight outsole lowers your center of gravity for best performance with Burton EST bindings, while still offering plenty of cushioning thanks to B3 Gel inserts
  • Heat-moldable Flex liner has been completely re-engineered for female riders, including a re-shaped toe box and enhanced heel/ankle fit, for fit, comfort, and warmth
  • Flex Cuff cuddles around your ankle to boost heel hold and improve tweaked-out action
  • Therm-ic liners are pre-wired for heat; just plug in a Therm-ic battery pack (sold separately) and enjoy toasty toes all day long
  • Rad Pad keeps your laces from digging in when you have them cranked down

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What's the footbed width on this boot? ...

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What's the footbed width on this boot? Looking for a wide boot.

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most womens boots are going to be on the narrow side. you may want to look into getting a mens boot if width is an issue. different brands will also have different shaping on the footbeds.