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Have it all.

The Burton Jet Snowboard boot provides Burton's new Speed Dial Lacing System at entry-level pricing, so you can enjoy badass techy features without having to pass on lunch every day.

  • Shrinkage footprint reduction technology for a smaller profile and better board feel
  • Speed Dial Lacing System tightens as snug as you want, even while wearing gloves
  • Phantom construction eliminates the redundant separate liner for less weight and easier entry and exit
  • Soft Flex 3D Molded Tongue for added comfort
  • Snowproof internal gusset keeps your foot dry and happy, even on deep days

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1 5

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After the First toeside of a run the boots boots already need doing up. Complete right off! Absolutely not recommend anyone to buy these. Unless you want to take mine of my hands offcourse! haha

3 5

First Snowboarding Boot

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have to say I was really excited about these boots, they were very minimalistic and they had the BOA like system for tying my shoes, which was really important to me. That latter feature was really brought my expectations down.

After strapping in and tying everything really tight, then taking it on two lift runs I found that the laces/strings, were already coming loose. This was a re-occurring theme every 3 lifts. To have to continue tightening your boots is a inconvenience.

I am used to wearing 9.5 for rental equipment, so I figured this would be the right size for me. I am not sure if it is just that my boots need to be broken in, but my pinkie toes seemed to feel the crush at the end of the day and I sometimes can't wait to peel off the boot.

I will say that the boot is very easy to take off, since the laces/ties loosen easily anyway! :) But all kidding aside, it does get the job done and poses a slight inconvenience. I ended up sticking with these boots mainly because I stupidly threw away the box, so I couldn't return them anymore.

If I was looking to buy new boots, I would go with certified BOA boots. Burton has just made their own BOA-like system here, so these aren't really like the real stuff. Spend the extra time and money to research the shoes.

Otherwise these were the cheapest boots I could find with a speed lacing system, at the time that I bought them, so I went with these. Again, I'd recommend considering investing some money in your boots, you want to get it right the first go around.

2 5

not worth the price

the vinyl at the rear of the boot and ar the lacing sites began ripping up after 2-3 uses; the metal laces had frayed. MOT a durable boot, they were harm and comfy,

5 5

Winner for the up-and-comer

New Speed Dial lacing makes it easy to beat your friends to the lift, and micro-adjust the fit in seconds. The NEW Phantom liner-less construction makes the boot light as a ghost, and easier to slide on and slip off. Soft, simple, and lightweight.

5 5

Winner for the up-and-comer

New Speed Dial lacing makes it easy to beat your friends to the lift, and micro-adjust the fit in seconds. The NEW Phantom liner-less construction makes the boot light as a ghost, and easier to slide on and slip off. Soft, simple, and lightweight.