The Queen of England, Lance Armstrong, and the Terminator had a three-way, and for a hundred bucks they let Mick Jagger watch. The Burton XIII was the result.
The Burton Men's XIII Snowboard Boot gives you Cadillac comfort, Asten-Martin style, and Porsche performance. An articulating cuff, thin-profile molded tongue and Flex Spine backstay give the Burton XIII super-fast response, thus conserving your energy for the après party—excuse our French. With more internal comfort features than you can shake a ski at (adjustable heel-hold system, Imprint 4 liner, B3 Gel cushioning to name a few), Burton ensures a smooth and comfortable ride until the last lift shuts down at 4:30. **DISCONTINUED**
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These boots are the most comfortable boots ive ever worn. i've ridden this whole season and all i can say is wow. i am super happy with these, the one thing i have noticed though, is the leather wears into different colors. its not bad i guess just thought id mention it. anyway the craftsmanship is awesome and i must say, these are the sickest boots i've ever seen. glad i bought these bad boys... though to be honest i couldn't snowboard immediatly because i was broke lol
burton style w/ super comfort
I picked these boots up after riding the ions for the first half of the season. Ions were just a little to stiff for my comfort. The XIII's definitely are the most comfortable boot I've ridden! They provide enough support but are still plush and cozy to ride all day every day. However, after 10 days the rubber toe started to peel off the front a little. I continued to ride these boots 40+ times this year and they are still killing it with out any other quality defects. Haven't put the Ions back on since!
i wear a street shoe in a 12. i tryed on...
i wear a street shoe in a 12. i tryed on the ion in a 12 and it was too small...how's the xIII for sizing? true to size or also run small?
the toe box is a little wider...the length is similar.
Your toes should be touching the end (but not smashed) when you're standing up straight in the boots when they're laced up, they'll break in a bit and give you just a hair more room.
I rode Ions for many years, but tried these on once and knew I had to shred in them. I got mine last April and put in 20+days on them....man are they nice. Definitely softer than an Ion or Driver X, but still supportive enough if you lace them up nice and snug, and for me, it's a perfect mix of support and mobility. There is definitely enough flex in these to press and butter, but I've always felt confident in them to support my ankles on landings. They are definitely premium in every way, easily the most comfortable boot I have ever owned in over a decade of riding. The liners make sweet, sweet love to my feet in a way I never thought could be possible with something besides fuzzy slippers.
Just got these boots today, and all I can say is WOW. The craftsmanship is GREAT! Metal lace loops, full leather exterior, awesome tread, and beautiful stitching. The liners in these things are VERY comfortable also, and seem adaptable to anyone leg, TONS of support! I havent gotten to wear these on the mountain yet since the season isnt open yet, but ill try and post back when i do.
Id like to meet
Id like to meet the guy who writes down all those descriptions....funny as hell
Sick sick sick sick sick sick sick sick sick! BOOOOOTS.... Ya Diggg!!! Oh yeah, who cares its a car. Get out and walk :-P
You Spelled "Aston Martin" wrong... have some F@#king respect!!!