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3 5

Average boots, Flow's Talon is better

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I have bought this and a pair of the Flow Talons at the same time, this is good but no comparison to the same-stiffness-like Talons. Its liner isn't very comfortable, I know it's a grade 10 stiff boot but it could certainly be more comfortable.

5 5

Fantastic boots

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I teach snowboarding at a southwestern colo resort. These boots allow me to effortlessly transfer energy from my legs/feet to the board.
Edge control extroidinaire!
All day comfort and warmth wicked fit!

This is my third pair!

1 5

Not for me

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Wanted to try stiffer boots, but these are too much. No ankle flex and articulation whatsoever. Even ski boots, hard snowboard boots and hockey skates have some ankle movement. These feel more like casts. Maybe someone bigger and more powerful than me would get some flex out of them and need the support, but at 5'10", 165lbs, and size 11 I couldn't get them to budge. I did get my heels to lift. A lot. I have narrow heels, but I've tried several other Burton boots and had between no (Fiend LTD) to minimal and non-bothersome (Imperial) lift. I also usually wear a 10.5, but needed an 11 in these. They are also fairly heavy and so bulky up top that my pants without bottom zippers don't fit around them. They don't look good either and they're not particularly warm or comfortable. Gave me bruises on the front of my shins. Not a fan of speed laces either. They tighten and loosen very easily, but there isn't much (any) fine tuning, and the storage system seems like a total afterthought. Boa is better, but just give me traditional laces. Returned them and bought DC Terrain boots and couldn't be happier! Stiff but some necessary (for me) movement, cheaper, lighter, more comfortable, warmer, better heel hold, and way better looking.

If you want purely the stiffest boots, these are it. If you just want "stiff" boots, there are many, far better boots.