Rule the alpine kingdom.
From lofty peaks and expansive bowls to intimidating jumps and monstrous pipe walls, the Burton Women's Supreme Snowboard Boot rules the entire mountain with its highly responsive flex, cloud-nine cushioning, and unrelenting support. Although it's stiff-flexing for unmatched power transfer, the Supreme's articulated shell provides enough flexibility for tweaking tricks off larger freestyle features and cranking stylish methods in the backcountry. Not surprisingly, it's the go-to choice for halfpipe champion Kelly Clark, transmitting every ounce of available power into technical tricks at gigantic amplitude.
New for this season, the Life liner keeps the boot insanely light and supportive. Its PU-embedded tongue prevents breakdown over the boot's lifespan, keeping the flex responsive without it feeling like a soggy noodle after 100 days of riding. As expected with top-tier boots, the Life liner conforms to your foot's every contour for a truly customized fit. Another major benefit, DryRide Heat Cycle lining material is thermally activated, trapping precious heat during bone-chilling sessions.
Smoothing out heavy landings and high-speed vibration, ReBounce Cushioning is paired with B3 Gel embedded into the heel. This one-two cushioning combo offers unsurpassed impact dampening, all without the bulk inherent to other designs on the market. Continuing its plush feel underfoot, the PodBed dual-density sole features segmented zones for optimum response and high-impact cushioning where it's needed most. This sole is designed to integrate seamlessly with Burton's Escapade EST Binding for enhanced sensory feedback.
- Responsive boot excels at peak-to-park pursuits
- Medium-stiff flex caters to powerful riders
- Speed Zone laces separately adjust upper and lowers
- Shrinkage tech reduces footprint by an entire size
- Imprint 3 liner with thermally activated material
- ReBounce cushioning foam and B3 Gel in the heel
- PodBed sole balances cushioning with response
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- Q & A
Beware - Runs small. Sucks to have to return it, and guess at what the "correct" size might be, and whether it's still in stock.