Well-rounded, but sharp.
- Beefy tread makes hiking and parking-lot navigation less sketchy
- Impact G midsole absorbs shock on big stomps
- Liner's neoprene ankle harness offers the support you need without the hassle of liner laces
- Liner's Aegis treatment fights bacteria build-up and the consequential odor
- Liner's directional mesh and anatomical J bars hold the foot in place and prevent heel lift
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Comfortable boots, great fit
Like any other snowboard boots they are best to try out in person rather than just going by a numerical size. For street shoes I wear size 10 vans/converse/keds/reebok and the size 10 DC rogan fit just right out of box.. actually just a tiny bit snug yet still comfy. Depending on how much they do or do not pack out I may need to crank down on the toe box/lower laces a bit more to keep it snug.. but it's as good and comfortable of a boot that I've ever tried. Tried on my brother's Burton Progression boots size 10 and I'd say the fit was very similar. Vans size 10 boots on the other hand are too loose for my feet.
On the small side
Definitely size up. Great boot, they just run a size too small.
I normally ride size 10's and had to send these back to get the 11's. Rode the 11's for 3 days so far and nothing to complain about. got the white/blue pair and they look sweet.
I ordered a mens size 12 and was a little worried that they would be to big because I normalhly wear a size 11.5 or a 12 depending on the shoe/boot. As soon as they arrived I tried them on and could barely get my foot in them. They where WAY to small. I did check the size and they where a U.S. size 12. Dogfunk does make it easy to return an item. I have ordered a size 13 ( a size that I have never worn in my life) and am crossing my fingers that they fit. If they do I will be testing them out this weekend and will post another review on the performance of them. Until then, later on!
I just got this boot. I was using thirty two before and yes i know they are considered the best. After my liner was coming apart halfway into the season I called up thirty two asking for new liners and they never responded. I sent two more emails to see if they might and still no word. Customer service for thirty two is pitiful. I was disappointed to say the least and turned my head to find a better company. Burton's boots are funky and mostly heavy. DC has some very sick boots that are skater-oriented which I found more pleasing than most brands.
I rode the DC Phase for the past season and now I'm stepping it up to the DC Rogan's. The phase are very good boots, intense heel hold. These bad boys dont have as much of a grip on ur heel specifically but more for your whole foot. You will find the liner to have a strap on the top as well as a pulling harness, focused from the tip of ur feet to the ankle part of your foot. It keeps your foot EXTREMELY locked into place. These boots have the strongest hold I've ever felt on a boot and they are somewhat stiff.
They are definitely stiffer than the DC Phase but they feel like they are easy to break in and aren't TOO stiff like some boots DC makes such as the Ceptors. I just can't ride stiff boots, they feel too hard to press and angle my legs out for me.
So all in all this boot is extremely solid. Well worth the money, they're worth every penny!!!