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U can slap these on in a couple mins flat which means u get more time on the slopes. They don't cinch as well as conventional laces or even boas but ur bindings pretty much give u the rest support. They're prob not the most secure or safest boots out there but being the impatient guy I am, I'm ok with em. The system is pretty innovative and u can't beat the price.
i was shredding in seattle last weekend with my new Rome and the stick kicked ass. light, stable at speeds, with just the right amt of flex. a tear is welling up in my eye at this very moment, knowing that the season is already over
At this $$ u can't beat it! I used to be a DC boot guy. One of my pet peeves was how long it always took to tie up ur boots w/ conventional laces. I checked out DC's with the BOA dials. I found that I had to regularly re-tighten a bit after almost every run.
These Burton Moto's have a unique lacing system which is surprisingly secure. The only problem is I got them a 1/2 size too big. I think the Moto's are pretty well in line with ur true shoe size. DC's seem to be a little on the smaller side and my prev DC's had to be 1/2 size larger.
I am in the process of exchanging for a smaller size. Great boot for the price!
love the pants... along with my white burton puff jacket, i look like a stormtrooper from empire strikes back
love the style of these boots. love the ease of the boa system. these are the first boas i have used so i don't know if this is a factor of boas in and of itself or just these specific DC's.... but i find that i need to ratchet the boot every few runs.
jacket has ok style. the fit is kind of bulky and even as a down jacket it is rather heavy. i prefer layering for warmth. i cannot wear this jacket unless it's really cold and even then it feels like it is on the bulky side and weighs you down a bit.