SLC BURTON REPwrote a review of Burton Supreme Heat Snowboard Boot - Women's on September 4, 2007
Heat? What? All of those had to go in or home on those sick powder days when my feet were numb are GONE. If these boots were $2,000 dollars I would find a way to get them now that i've tried them. The supreme (since they put in an articulating cuff) have always been my favorite overall performing boot, but now to have the ability to clip in heat on cold days? these boots are THE best boots on the market for women today- and it isn't because i work for them- it is because i wear them and i am a snowboarder.
The heat isn't a big deal. you can't feel the cords or can tell they're even wired except for a little plug in area on the front. When you choose to wear the heat- charge them the night before. throw the units in your smallest pocket until you are cold- then plug them in a clip them onto the tongue of your boot. You can't feel them, and they don't fall off, or get in the way of grabs or airs (FAQ). They are held in by your boot gaiter even if they did. AGain, growing up at Kissing bridge ski resort in NY i would have KILLED for a boot with HEAT. You guys are lucky.