The Burton Imperial Snowboard Boot is the result of over 30 years of experience. Forget re-tying your laces a zillion time. This boot has separate upper and lower Speed Zone lacing so that you can get the perfect fit without struggling. The EST mid-sole drops your center of gravity, allowing you to feel more connected with the board. This improves your balance and gives you better edge-to-edge control. There's B3 gel in the heel and toe to keep it comfy, and an S4 shell panel for stiffness and more response. The Vibram sole on the Imperial Boot is made from 30% recycled material, and it has ice spikes to give you good grip.
- Flex: 7 (on 1 (relaxed) to 10 (responsive) scale)
- Design: All-Mountain
- Lacing: Speed Lacing
- Shrinkage Technology reduces footprint by one size
- Total Comfort gives a broken-in feel right out of the box
- SpeedZone™ lacing lets you tighten the upper and lower zones independently
- Imprint 3 heat-moldable liner with level 2 footbed
- Rad Pad cushioning on the top of your instep to relieve pressure points from laces
- EST Optimized Midsole lowers your center of gravity for improved balance
- Vibram® EcoStep™ is made with 30% recycled materials
- Rubber ice spikes provide excellent grip
- B3 Gel heel and toe cushioning absorbs hard impacts
- S4 Shell Panels evenly distribute strap pressure for better rebound
- Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue provides comfy support
- Aegis Antimicrobial coating prevents the growth of odor-causing bacteria
- Gusset keeps the snow out and the warmth in
Questions and Answers
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They fit well and are very comfy. I recommend going a half size down. Great boot, you wont be disappointed.
Bought these boots at the end of the season and rode on them a few times. They are quite comfortable. Stiff, but not so much that they are uncomfortable. The lace-up system is fairly intuitive and quick. They run small though; I'm usually about a 9.5-10 in most sneakers and I had to get a 10.5 (wearing only a single wool sock). So I would consider going up a size.