Burton Ruler Snowboard Boot (Men's)
If you're going to conquer the mountain, you need comfort, performance, and a perfectly snug fit every time you go out. The Burton Ruler Snowboard Boot has a mid-to-stiff flex that lets you ride fast with stability. The Power Spine Backstay transfers energy to your bindings, making your turns powerful and precise even on heelside. The Ruler Boot also has a 270Â° Airbag Cushion to mellow out the harshest landings. SpeedZone lacing keeps you locked in, by allowing you to easily cinch the upper and lower sections separately.
- Flex: 6 (on 1 (relaxed) to 10 (responsive) scale)
- Design: All-Mountain
- Lacing: Speed Lacing
- Shrinkageâ„¢ streamlined design for a low-profile footprint
- Total Comfort gives you a broken-in feel right out of the box
- SpeedZoneâ„¢ lacing lets you independently cinch the upper and lower zones
- Imprint 2 Liner is heat-moldable for a custom-fit
- Lock-up cuff low-profile heel harness secures your ankle to locked-in support
- Man Fur is soft and fury liner for increased warmth and a soft touch
- Lightweight outsole with 270Â° airbag creates amazing impact protection
- Power Spine Backstay for lateral support
- Flex notches allow for natural lateral flex
- Medium Flex Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue provides comfortable support
- Level 1 Molded EVA Footbed offers support and cushioning for hard landings
- Snow-Proof Internal Gusset keeps the heat in and the cold stuff out
Questions and Answers
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"How does the "shrinkage" feature on the Burton ruler boot affect the size choice? If I normally wear a 10, should I choose a different size? Thanks."
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Question by Intermediate on 8/13/2014 - 10:51 pm
"You would still need to get your normal size. Basically, the outer sole on the boot itself will be one size smaller, not the area where your foot goes into, just the outside part of the boot."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/14/2014 - 8:45 am
"What year model is this boot? If i tried the 2015 model and it fit, could I be confident this model would fit too?"
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Question by YoYo on 1/25/2015 - 2:15 pm
"This is the 2013/2014 model boot. The size from year to year will measure the same for you, so yes you can be confident that they will fit! "
Answer by Kacy (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/26/2015 - 4:20 pm
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