Toaster Snowboard Boot Liner
Frozen feet and numb toes are a constant battle for riders in extreme environments. Alleviate this problem for good with the Burton Women's Toaster Snowboard Boot Liner. This heated liner features battery-powered warmth, with Low, Medium, and High settings for optimal comfort on the coldest shred days of the season. As if built-in heating isn't enough, the liner sports DryRide Heat Cycle fibers for prolonged heat retention.
The built-in battery lasts up to five hours, so you can ride for a long duration without succumbing to winter's icy grip. It's rechargeable via micro-USB for quickly boosting power levels at home or en route to the mountain. There's a Level 2 Molded EVA footbed for shock absorption and support underfoot. Please note, it's compatible with any Burton Women's Boot.
- Heated liner is compatible with Burton Women's Boots
- DryRide HeatCycle fibers for extra heat retention
- Low, medium, and high settings for optimal warmth
- Built-in battery lasts up to five hours
- Rechargeable via micro-USB cable
- Item #BUR01O0
- [lining] DryRide Heat Cycle, [footbed] Level 2 Molded EVA
- yes, Aegis antimicrobial
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
January 25, 2021
Update to my previous review
- I've used it several times
Got these Jan 2018. Brought them out first time this season for first cold day of my season, Jan 2021 and they seemed to charge fine, but one of them never heated up, and the other lasted for about half an hour before turning off. I've only used them about 3-4 times per season, just for the coldest of days. Reaching out to backcountry for an exchange or warranty information...
February 2, 2018
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Bought these last minute for a super cold ski weekend (-25 C ... where with the windchill it becomes irrelevant if the temp was F or C.. and a lot of the lifts were on hold) Works great.. for a short time. For that coldest day, I had to use the high setting and they lasted less than 2 hours before I could feel them immediately turn cold when it shut off .. after warming in the chalet, they came back on for another half hour. They say up to 5 hours (I presume on the low setting) . I had them going on the low setting another day (when it was -8 C and possibly not essential) and it did last the 4 hrs that I was outside.. The verdict is still out. A nicer lower profile small battery than the Burton heated boots I had a decade ago (that didn't last long .. had just stopped working on a COLD day) The boot liner itself is a little stiffer, not as comfy as my broken in Supremes original lining, so on my bigger trip thinking to bring both. More comfy that those disposable heat packs (where there isn't enough room in boot) . Wish the heat lasted longer.