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The Vans Cirro Snowboard Boot: what you’ve been waiting for.

We know why you haven’t tested the comfort and support of dual-zone Boa focus lacing yet. You were waiting for the Vans Cirro Snowboard Boot. Dual-zone Boa Focus frees you from frustrating laces and trying to tighten your boots in sub-zero temps. Simply tweak the top and bottom Boas for customized comfort. Vans’ thermo-liner adds moldable comfort with the support of interchangeable fit-bars. Both lace and hook-and-loop closures improve the support and stability of the liner. A cushy air bladder and dual-foot gels soften harsh landings and dampen the bad vibes on the crud. Add the security of a Recco badge, and you can stop waiting for the right boot. Check out the sizing chart to see Vans rider Scotty Arnold out on the hunt for the Cirro.

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5 5


I bought the Cirro's last year as my first pair of boa boots. After trying a few others at the shop and at the mountain, I narrowed down my choice to these. These boots, they just freaking ROCK! As most boa boots have only one boa on the top at the front, these are the dual-zone boa's...The customization of your ride is a feature I couldn't have been more pleased with. If you want your foot to be a little more snug to your binding and board, tighten up the boa on the right. If you want your legs to be a little tighter so you can lock in those quick turns without the wiggle-wobble, tighten the front. Of course the convenience of not dealing with laces, which is the whole POINT of a boa boot, is awesome. No more sitting at the top of the run, getting ready...Lacing up the boot and tying it JUST right so you have just enough pressure to be comfortable, but not TOO tight. Now, there's no need to worry. Too tight for the boa? Then just pop the knob out as the wire unravels, then push it back in and wind it back up. I could NOT be happier with these boots. DEFINITELY worth every cent.

5 5

sweet kicks

not sure why anyone would buy laced boots anymore. These boots were wicked simple and fast to pop on to my feetsies! just got em last week, and shredded elk mtn, pa this past weekend. they're comfortable, warm, and stay at the tension level i set em at! how awesome is that? totally love these bad boyz!

4 5

Good Boot, High Price

These boots are comfortable, stiff, and fit my wide foot w/o a problem. I'm still on the fence with the dual zone boa system being worth the extra $$ over the single zone.

On the mountain, the boots respond well at high speed and in the soft stuff. They're stiff boots, which can be a negative in the terrain park. Support for the heal is a little weak, so plan on setting them up with the provided supports and some custom spacers.

4/5 stars for price.

Unanswered Question

How wide is the shell on these (size 9)?...

How wide is the shell on these (size 9)? They won't fit my bindings if they're wider than 12cm.

4 5

Vans Cirro

This is a really nice boot, and comfy as hell! They could use better materials for the price, like a better inner boot pull cord, and the velcro strap. (I had to re-stitch the ends the first time I wore them)! But if I can stay on the mountain with warm and comfortable feet, I'm happy!