Almost as flexible as a pole dancer, but more supportive of your needs (and cheaper).
It's apparent that DC crafted the Men's Park Snowboard Boot for rocket scientists who shred because only they can decipher the tricky title. If you're unsure what this mellow-flexing yet supportive and super-comfy boot is for, then we suggest you enroll at MIT. Well, that's a bit harsh, so if you like rails, boxes, kickers, chicks, dudes, corn-on-the-cob, inverts, bass, and coin slots, then the Park boot is waiting for you to ask it out on a shred date.
- Articulated cuff allows unrestricted flex without the boot 'bulging' at the hinge
- Bravo liner features the Outlast heat-regulating lining underfoot, ankle-holding J-bars, anatomical support beams, and a power strap for superior performance and comfort
- Internal ankle harness wraps the liner to locks your foot and ankle to the boot for the most precise response
- Unilite outsole is a soft rubber, low-profile design for maximum cushion for killing it all over the mountain
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Im deciding between the dc park or thirtytwo...
Im deciding between the dc park or thirtytwo lashed i ride park and mostly rails with some jumps here and there which one is better.
The thirtytwo's are super light weight and flexy. the dc's are flexy but a little heavier which usually means more durable. if you get new boots every couple months i'd recommend the thirtytwos. if you need some time out of the boots go DC.
I'm 10.5 regular shoe size..when i look...
I'm 10.5 regular shoe size..when i look into the chart i measured my foot to be 26.5cm this gives me a size 8 ? i really dont think that's correct..which size boot should i be??
best thing to do is go to a store and try them on. i wear a 13 skate shoe and an 11 in dc snowboard boots. different models will fit differently.
You should be between a 10 and 11. Some boots you might need to upsize, and others you might need to downsize. I wear a size 13 shoe, and I've always worn size 13 snowboard boots.
im a size 11 in Burton, what size would i...
im a size 11 in Burton, what size would i be in DC? 10.5?
Yeah 10.5 should be perfect as they do fit a little larger.
What is the difference between this boot...
What is the difference between this boot and the DC Ceptor?
This is slightly softer and rocks the Bravo liner as opposed the Alpha.
I'm confused about the size on these because...
I'm confused about the size on these because the size chart says I should have an 8.5 because my foot (I'm guessing thats what your supposed to measure) is about 126.6 cm but I have regular DC shoes and I rock a 10 in those and the rossignol boots that I have fit me ok in 9.5 but I should have 9s probably soo what size would be best for me then? I'm still growing too. Havent a whole lot lately but I still am.
can you organize shipping this...
can you organize shipping this boots in Russia?
Great Board feel, Skate Inspired
What sold me on these boots is that they fit really well. Most comfortable fit i've experienced in snowboard boots. They really feel like big supportive skate shoes. It's kind of what I expected from a reputable skate shoe brand, a snowboard boot that (finally) rides like a skate shoe. The new articulated liner system eliminates excess liner, increases heel hold with the full ankle wrap and j-bars. They're low-profile, all you pirate gypsies out there can fit your tights over the top. Less boot=more board control, so these are great for park, but stable enough to get you there through any rippable condition. I ride less in the park than I do searching for powder, and although they are soft, they definitely hold up in more demanding situations. Bottom line: sink your feet into a pair of these, you won't be disappointed.
Cool new liner and solid boot
This boot took a new look at how inner liners should work. The inner liner of this boot is about as tall as a midtop skate shoe in the back, while the tongue goes all the way to the top of the boot.The reason DC did this was to give the boot a looser skate feel. They weren't joking with that goal. These feel more like skate shoes than any other boot I have rode. In addition, the liner allows the boot to be much lower profile than its competitors. This means less toe drag, and it is easier to get your pants over the boots.
I have a pair of 10s. I normally wear a size 9.5-10 skate shoe. I am rocking them in some s/m Rome 390s, to keep it snug.
they need more sizes for the flamingo color please.