Lightweight freestyle fluidity.
Effortlessly transition from upper-mountain laps to afternoon park sessions with the go-anywhere versatility of the Burton Men's AMB Snowboard Boot. The AMB is an ideal choice for riders desiring an extremely lightweight boot that excels everywhere on the mountain. Its mid-range stiffness delivers enough response for dropping into bowls and carving groomers, yet it's not overly stiff when you decide to cruise the rail line in the park.
Speed Zone lacing dials in a precise fit over the upper and lower zones, giving you a custom feel to the terrain at hand. Keep both zones looser for a more skate-like feel on boxes and rails or tighten down the upper and lower when you're bombing black diamonds. The laces are made by New England Ropes for lifelong durability. Inside the boot, the Imprint 3 liner is found on many of Burton's higher end offerings, giving you a thermo-moldable fit that conforms to your feet over time. Its Focus Cuff Heel Hold system and optional J-bars prevent dreaded heel lift when you're carving at high speeds.
Burton equipped the AMB Boot with their DynoBite EST sole. Standing for Extra Sensory Technology (EST), the DynoBite EST delivers a skate-like feel without excess material inhibiting board feel and flex. Rubber traction pods help you maintain grip when you're hiking or walking through icy parking lots, and ReBounce cushioning takes the sting out of big drops. Burton also squeezed in a Sleeping Bag Reflective Foil layer for heat retention that keeps your toes from freezing on frigid pow days.
- Versatile all-mountain performance
- Speed Zone lacing for dialing in the perfect fit
- Medium flex handles the park and powder alike
- Heat-moldable liner conforms to feet
- Total Comfort Construction feels broken in from day 1
- Oversized flex notches prevent shell from breaking down
- Aegis technology resists odors
- Shrinkage Footprint Reduction makes boot full size smaller
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- Q & A
They'd be ok if they fit
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Bought these in size 11 because that's the size I wear. However, they are extremely tight and uncomfortable. If they actually fit, I'd probably give them a better review. My advice is if you're going to go with the Burton brand, go up a half size or more.