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Comfort and convenience from the start.

Beginner snowboarders and dedicated dirtbags on a budget alike count on the proven performance of the Burton Men's Moto Snowboard Boot. It offers instant comfort straight out of the box thanks to an easy-going flex and Total Comfort Construction, it's quick and easy to get on with the Speed Zone lacing, and it comes at a price that won't eat into your season pass budget.

Quick and convenient Speed Zone lacing allows you to independently tighten the upper and lower zones in seconds without freezing your fingers off, and it's made with New England Ropes laces that are backed up by a lifetime warranty. The Level 1 liner is comfy straight from the box and it's heat-moldable for a comfy custom fit. Additionally,  heat-trapping Sleeping Bag Reflective Foil brings toasty warmth through frigid cold snaps, and the DynoLite sole offers lightweight cushioning and a rugged traction pattern for plenty of grip on icy slopes. And with Burton's Shrinkage FootPrint Reduction, the Moto has a regular fit on the inside, yet it's slimmed-down on the outside by one foot size for less toe drag.

  • Speed Zone lacing with New England Ropes laces
  • Imprint 1 liner
  • Sleeping Bag reflective foil
  • Total Comfort Construction
  • Soft Flex tongue
  • Shrinkage footprint reduction technology
  • Level 1 molded EVA footbed
  • DynoLite outsole
  • Snow-proof internal gusset

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Every Foot is Different

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

This review is for the Moto from 2 seasons ago. I bought these when I was new to snowboarding and didn't want to break the bank. But, I made the mistake of buying them without trying them on. A lot of friends recommended them to me & my brother in-law has had Moto's for years now. While they were well made and the speed lacing was nice, my arch was too high for them. Even as I tried to break them in, the roof of the boot was just too tight. So, I had to return them and look elsewhere.

If you're in the market for new boots, definitely look at these. But, try them on before you commit to them.