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The Celsius Men’s Cirrus Snowboard Boot is stiff enough for the peak, steezy enough for your crew, and tough enough for the park, pipe, and urban jibs.

You might not have heard much from Celsius in the past, but when you lace up the Men’s Cirrus Snowboard Boot you’ll understand why this young company is set to blow up. The Cirrus is stiff enough for all-mountain assaults, but also soft and flexy in strategic zones optimal for play days in the park.

  • InFusion2 Liner is a high density outer foam therma liner with extended TPR support for maximum performance; an o-zone power strap adds support and durability; enhanced airflow helps keep feet warm and dry for riding longer
  • Custom molded insole with arch support cushions, absorbs impacts, and supports; mesh top footbed for maximum breathability and enhanced comfort
  • High-rise backpad and flex hinge help prevent calf bite
  • One piece O-zone Stoke strap for enhanced heel hold and fit
  • Multi-Dimensional Tongue (MDT) wraps around your foot for the custom fit and feel you want and need, minus the bulk; it is also thin and stiff and allows more flex
  • CLAW Lace Lock keeps the lower zone of the laces tight, locked and allows for a more customized fit with flex in the upper

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5 5


Well these are my second pair of celcius boots...I have loved my old pair and rode the shis outta of those.. I couldn't find my size know where this year until now... THANKS BACKCOUNTRY for getting some boots later than never. So I recommend getting CELCIUS to everyone.. they rock... So coosh.. I got them half size smaller to pack them out, took them to REI cuz they have the machine that superheats them to pack and form to your feet. I think the guy below Mr. HAN got them a bit bigger. So I have a pair; my girl has a pair... were a celcius family!

how are these bad boys?? need some new...

how are these bad boys?? need some new booties and i have the k2 darkos and i like em but want to try something else. help me

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Well these are a bit stiffer than the Darkos. But once you break them in, its like riding on a cloud. They have wicked heel hold and are just an all around great boot. Decently light and have a good sole and good construction. If you're thinking of going for a new company or just something different, Celcius is a good place to start and finish, cause thats usually what happens when people find these and never go back to anything else. If not, theres always good ol' 32's as they have NEVER let me down. Hope this helps bro

im wondering how bulky these boots are...

im wondering how bulky these boots are they look pretty bulky/big?

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Hey there. These arent bulky. I would say they are right around average. Their shell footprint is smaller than usual. For instance if you wear a 9 your footprint is an 8 in these compared to other boots. As far as the upper being bulky, I have these and wear them with slimmer pants and haven't had issues. So for me and my opinion, I don't think they are bulky.

4 5

Celsius Keeps It Cool, But How Cool?

I had them for a good solid 8 days out in Colorado's Snowmass Mountain. I can honestly say i loved them, and i hated them. This is my 2nd season out, and instead of renting i bought my gear. These boots were on the top of my list prior to hitting the mountain after a year and a half off.

At first i was truly impressed with the CLAW lace lock. It really tucks your heel in nice. The skateboard shoe feel to the boots really shined apres snowboarding. The lace-ups were fresh and they throw in a pair of black laces along with the white ones. J-Bars stuck nicely to the inside of the boot with tough velcro, but i did have to check sometimes in the morning when i'd put my liners back in if i knocked them out of their velcro holds. It wasn't too cold in Colorado, (-5 to 40 degrees) all week, but my toes never felt cold the whole time.

On to what i didn't fall in love with. They packed out fast. I mean i was getting heel lift after day 3. I hate lacing up twice, and that's what i was doing. First before the day's beginning run, and then again after the 2nd lift. I wouldn't have minded, but it really just irked me how after tightening my boots up, without pressure points so it was still a little loose, i'd get this heel lift. J-Bars were in, Inner liner lacing was tight, but i'd get heal lift. I don't know what to say. If i tightened the inner liner's lacing up to keep my heel stuck, i'd get pressure points. If i loosened them, i'd get heel lift. Go figure.

Celsius is a newer company but they focus entirely on boots. I give it up to them, for i chose them over 32's, which means they were relevant enough with the bigger companies. I just felt the newer company vibe to them, after the 2nd day. They are learning from people like me and you, and i still support the smaller under-dogs. Let's hope they get it right next season.

Peace. Mister Han.

5 5

best boots i have ever riden

I've riden a lot of boots in my time and im known to destroy them. 7 pairs of 32s in 2 years level of destruction. They are super comfy, fit my feet perfectly. They do pack out but only a little. Despite only packing out a little they still get softer in time. They tighten up quite well. They feel amazing just walking in. In terms of performance they are amazing! Just stiff enough to be super responsive and sturdy off of kickers; soft enough to press the hell out of them. They are without a doubt the most durable boots i have ever used. The only boots i have ever riden that lasted a whole season. In this case, longer then a single season. The only signs of wear and tear are a few wrinkles in the leather, which any boot would get when you flex it tons. These boots never cease to amaze me. Like i said i am a boot destroyer, but it took almost a season and a half of riding every single day, riding hard every day, to get some heal lift in these. I will admit i snapped the laces on both boots but they are very easy to re-lace. Infact, the only complaint i have about them is that the locker on the inner liner pull string likes to come undone while tying the boots. Nothing big though. Seriously, these things are amazing. I'd be surprised if you found anyone who would say otherwise. I have yet to meet anyone who does.

Does the liner come out easily?

Does the liner come out easily?

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Really easily. The inner lacing system attaches to the shell of the boot, so its really easy to loosen and separate from the liner.

5 5

some of the best boots

super bummed my size isn't available in this years model but these are some of the most comfortable boots around. be sure to insert the provided boomerangs to lock down your heels and away you go. lacing system keeps you locked. just all around quality and not bulky like some other boots that will "lash" out of your bindings

would these be good for the park

would these be good for the park

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Yes, these would be great for park because of their flex. They have a great flex which makes them a soft boot for cusion landings and everything else.

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these boots have a 7 out of 10 stiffness rating, but man once you break them in they are super cush. great for park riding

i recently picked up a pair of these and...

i recently picked up a pair of these and am woried that they are to stiff. wil these get a lot more flexy with use, or do they stay the same as out of the box. also will these have enough flex for park? i had the burton moto before, and i liked the flex on that. a little more stiffnes than the moto wouldnt be bad but i don't want a lot more than the moto had. baisicaly will these be good for park? will they break in with use?

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bend them with your hands stand on em and bounce up and down. they certainly loosen up. once you've got these boots broken in you're going to love em...wear them around beat em up a bit. trust they get flex with a little work but they are definitely going to be more stiff than ur motos.

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dont worry about boots being too stiff. i recently moved from 32 lashed, which are incredibly soft, to burton hails, which are a lot stiffer. i usually ride soft boots, stiff is sooo much better. just get used to their stiffness, you'll love it

5 5

one sick pair of boots!

Theirs nouthing bad i can say.They are vary light,stable and dont pinch your shins anyware.Vary good looking! best boots i ever had!

Do these boots fit true to size and are...

Do these boots fit true to size and are they heavier or lighter boots?

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These boots fit true to size. I wear a 10.5 in most shoes and wear a 10.5 in Celsius boots. They are lighter but not "uber light" or whatever. They are light enough to not feel like a brick, but still have support and dont sacrifice materials just to make it gimicky light.

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Agreeing with Patrick for sure. they are light enough but don't sacrifice quality.

How do these boots fit, true to size ?

How do these boots fit, true to size ?

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I wear a 10.5 shoe in 90% of all brands and I wear a 10.5 in boots. I would say they fit pretty true to size.

5 5

Such awesome boots!

I rode the Cirrus last spring and a little this summer. They are amazing. The lace locks and awesome liner hold your ankle down so well. No heal lift here. I love these boots cause they are very skate shoe inspired. Celsius is awesome cause they only make boots too so all their focus goes on them.