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Sport the cirrus for local missions into inner space.
- O.zone4 liner features a ThermaFit foam with added heel/ankle wrap for top-notch heel hold during aggressive in-flight maneuvers
- Comfort footbed provides cushion and support thanks to memory foam, shock absorbing pads, and TPU arches
- Flexible outsold flexes when you tweak, grips when you hike, and has comfort gel for kicking ass (take names too)
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I got hess boots on sale and have been very happy with them for the past 2 years that I have he'd them. They have about 30-40 days on them and still feel good once you get them on. It seems like a battle every time I go to put them on. The inner lining synching system is not of the best quality as some hooks have popped out and the actual psyching mechanism on of the boots broke when I was stomping my foot to get it in. The outer color has peeled a bit but that comes with normal wear and tear. I would recommend this boot to any rider that wants a deal on some cheep and pretty nice boots however they tend to wear a bit faster than most.
If your looking for a good boot at a great price your looking for this boot! I've used this boot in all different weather conditions and its done great, keeps you warm on cold days and feeling fine on warm days. The only I wish was that it was a boa, cause I'm no good at the getting the right tightness with just laces. The only problem I've had with mine is the drawstring on the inner liner on my right boot doesn't hold anymore so I just wrap around the lace hook. But this is a good boot regardless
These boots really suck, the liner's lacing just didn't work or I don't know how to use it properly.Lots of pain during the day, bought them on sale and now I'm selling it again with further discount:) I gave up and bought salomon boots which are WAY BETTER, just IMHO and maybe these cool looking boots are just not for me, who knows.
these boots suck
when i bought these a month ago i saw only one negative review. figured, what the hell and bought them since they were only 90 bucks. 10 days on the mountain, continuously, and they were toast. I went back to my 10 year old ride IO's that i used to consider soft and they felt stiff as hell compared to these. the rivets on the lace protectors ripped out, the orange coating on the top of the outer tongue ripped off, the support was gone, BOTH of the synch cable locking mechanisms broke (theyre chinsy as hell) plus, the way theyre designed, they get loosened every time you flex your ankle. So a 14 day spree on the mountain was too much for these. if you're a causal rider that likes to look good (i got plenty of compliments) buy these. if you're a season pass holder, pass these up. on the other hand, my left foot started hurting so much from my bindings and the lack of boot that i started riding switch for a few days straight. so thats a plus.
oh, for clarity i rode about 4 powder days, 4 days of mashed potatoes and 6 days of park with mainly jibs and butters (the ankle reefers).
Great Boots, especially on sale!
These boots are awesome. For me they ran a little bit big. I wear a 9.5 shoe but are rocking these at 9.0 with my toe barely brushing the edge when leaning a little forward. I figure they will pack out a bit and be perfect. I love the laces and love the fit. the only problem i run into is that the liner lock on the speed lace is pretty cheap and will come undone. Other than that, for $70, i think its a pretty dang good boot
What color are the limited edition Celsius...
What color are the limited edition Celsius Cirrus Snowboard Boot - Men's?
Cirrus traditional laces
These boots are super comfy and very warm. I've only got two complaints. I get a little bit of heel lift which I had never had before with the thirtytwo boots that I've had previously. also they are really big...they are not low profile. I was used to a real small footprint with my lashed and these are just huge. MAybe its something I've just got to get used to, but overall a good boot
Freedom L.E. color
Does the boot look exactly like that or...
Does the boot look exactly like that or is it more red? it looks kinda orange to me
These are the worst boots ive ever owned. I've gone threw 3 pairs in the past season. Something is constantly breaking on these things. I would not recommend them to anyone. Last thing you want is the pull strap breaking right before your about to go shred some park.
Cirrus Double Boa
I have the 09 Double Boa version of these boots and just got rid of them after riding them for two seasons. The lacing system for the liner was horrible. My laces came undone after three runs no matter how many times I checked them. I just got the Burton Grails (I know they are different boots) and love them. The Lace lock stays tight and they are more comfortable. The Cirrus is a really stiff boot. I would not recommend the Cirrus.
Way to Big
These boots where huge and not low profile at all these boots where almost the same as two pairs of "thirty two" they were just big bulky and acquired i hated them and the only thing saving them from a 1 star rating is that they were warm but i hated every other part about them
Just wondering if anyone knows if these...
Just wondering if anyone knows if these boots have the speed lace system or not. The description says they do but the pics are of the trad. lace system?
i bought the 2010 cirrus boots from here. If I recall, dogfunk only offers them with the traditional lacing system. this is just a minor inconvenience though, and shouldn't deter you from purchasing these boots, they're AWESOME.
Cream of the crop
Dang bud.....this boot is comfy. This boot is really awesome, and I am so happy that Celsius upgraded the liner to the ozone liner. This boot feels so good out of the box. It does feel a little stiff right out of the box, but breaks in super nice. If you are riding 50+ days a year or want a boot that will last a while the Cirrus is the way to go.