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Powerful.

DC designed the Women’s Mora Snowboard Boot to help you rip apart the biggest, steepest lines on the mountain with a ridiculous amount of ease. A dual-section Boa Focus lacing system lets you adjust your fit in seconds without sacrificing one speck of performance. As the stiffest boot in DC’s women’s line, the Mora should be your go-to choice for big-mountain and freeride lines.

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5 5

pretty much the best women's boot i encountered of 2009

if you see other women's snowboard boots and they insinuate ANYTHING about comfort, and feel too good in the store, RUN the other way. they suck. or they are probably just a response to a market in which chicks just go snowboarding once and refuse to spend any decent money on good boots.

it makes product managers cry. however, i dunno, i'm so weirded out, how did DC do this? i think of them as a skate company. they made the best snowboard boots of 2009 or 2010.

i got these right when squaw valley was having its last weekend. they are so @#$@#$ awesome. as my feet are weird, and heel lift is a huge problem for me, it's like, all these things about turns that people gave advice on suddenly worked. i was no longer struggling. i was no longer a pixies song waiting for my man. there was world peace.

the double boa is essential, one isn't enough. maybe it's like having one snowboard but two feet instead of one. it's really nice for ensuring great flex. and i can't even do anything yet. hopefully they will make a triple boa in the future.

5 5

I love DC

These are great boots. I have tried so many boots looking for ones that I love and I found them. These boots feel great, and my heel down. I feel like a better ride since I switched from my high end Burton boots to these DC boots. The boas are fast and I can adjust them on the lift giving me more time to ride. I need some help from DC and they were very helpful. What a great company. I wish more company took care of their customers the way DC does.

5 5

Nothing Better.

I love the boots. They keep my feet warm and help me in the snow.

Unanswered Question

what is the best fitting woman's boa boot...

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what is the best fitting woman's boa boot with a soft to medium flex for wide feet?

which boots with the boa system are the...

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which boots with the boa system are the best for wide feet?

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Well 32 and Celcius tend to have a wider foot bed. Both companies are very trustworthy and have a great rep. I would tell you to go for the 32 line but thats just because every 32 boot I have ever bought was mint and fit like a glove. I would check out 32 Focus Boa or Lock Boa. Or the Celcius Fenom or Cloud 9. Either way they are all great boots. Hope this helped :)

5 5

I heart these boots

These boots are the best ones that I have owned in 9+ years of riding. I LOVE the double-BOA system, and the liners are also sweet - they have a good lacing system and aggressive heel-hold molding around the ankle. My boots are snug, but no numb toes or anything like that. Plus, they are really lightweight - especially compared to other double-BOA boots I've seen (like the Vans Veil). Mostly, though, they are very responsive and comfortable - I forget that I have them on, even walking around off the hill. These boots seem to run a little short compared to other snowboarding boots - get your normal street shoe size.

how is the sole of these boots? Are they...

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how is the sole of these boots? Are they soft so you don't feel the chatter of the board?

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Well the sole does help chatter, but its primarily the heel-bag and liner that helps more. They are a rubber sole, so they are a little on the harder side. Depending on how soft you like your sole will either be a negative or posative to you. Rubber sole should equal longer life of the boot and tread. Pair these up with a binding with a good foot bed and you will be set. Hope this helped :)

how true are these boots to shoe size....I...

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how true are these boots to shoe size....I wear an 81/2 shoe......8 thirty two boot and a 7 in salamon boots....what size should I order? Thanks everyone!

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I Wear a 7 1/2 to an 8 in shoes, and because of my high instep, usually an 8 in all boots. I first ordered an 8 in the boas and had to send them back for an 8 1/2, they run short. Now they fit perfect and are so comfortable! The double boa system allows me to adjust through the day for my instep. I never even felt they needed much break in time. 2 of my friends suggested these. They both wear last years model and love them! Also. the toe box is roomy, and I have a regular width foot!

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I wear a 9 street shoe, and my snowboarding boots are usually 8 or 8.5, depending on the brand. In these boots, I wear a 9 (and that was the rec of the person fitting them at the snowboard shop where I bought them). I think the 9 fits perfectly - my toes are just at the end when I'm standing up straight, but pull back appropriately when my knees are bent.

I'm also between these and the 32 focus...

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I'm also between these and the 32 focus boas. I've got pretty high arches/instep so I'm looking for something with a roomy toe box but that still has great heel hold. Also, do these fit true to size?

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Thirty two's have an awesome toe box that is wider than most boots...I have nerve damage and required a larger toe box myself. I loved the feel of these boots on my feet. They do break in easy so I suggest getting 1/2 size smaller than your shoe size without heat molding and 1 full size down with a really thin sock until they break in...this will help with heel lift. I am not familar with this DC boot.

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Although I usually get 1/2 to a full size down in snowboard boots, these are true to street-shoe size for me. The liner has an aggressive heel-hold system in it - and it works. The toe-box is pretty roomy, too, without being sloppy or loose. These are the best pair of boots that I've owned in 9+ years of riding - and while everyone's foot is different, I definitely think they're worth a shot. I haven't tried on the 32 focus BOAs, but I can say that unlike other focus BOA boots I've seen (from other brands), these are waaay more lightweight.

Unanswered Question

how to chose my size ?
i only know my...

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how to chose my size ?
i only know my burton boots have to wear size6.5.
so DC also?

5 5

Great boot with good control and fit

I had last season's DC Mora boot before this. There was an issue with the lower boa on one of the boots sticking at the start of this season, so I returned last season's and bought this season's. It's a great boot for control and feel. I'm full-time in MN, but last season's boots have been to MT, UT, CO, and WA and served me very well. I anticipate the same from this season's, as they are the same boot, with only one change that I have noticed... the heel cup in this season's is tighter and more formed than last season's. It helps to reduce foot movement in the boot during toe side riding and reduces the need to retighten the boas as the day goes on. No complaints here.

how are these compared to the 32 focus...

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how are these compared to the 32 focus boa, heel-hold wise?

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I can't compare to the 32 brand, but I've had these DC double Boa boots for about a year now and LOVE LOVE LOVE them. Seriously can't say enough good things about them. Best boots I've ever owned since I started riding about 6 years ago! NO heel lift!