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pippowrote a review of on November 18, 2017

1 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

They're comfortable, they ride fine, but DO NOT BUY if you need them to last. Two pairs fell apart on me within 10-15 days of riding each. The stitching quality is horrible, which is incredibly disappointing given their high price point. Look elsewhere if you're looking for a reliable boot.

I purchased the Driver X boots in Dec. 2016 looking for a stiff, rugged boot for all-mountain riding in the resort and the backcountry. For reference, I rode 70 total days between the winter and summer combined, with about 50/50 backcountry/resort. Within 10 days of riding the first pair, the stitching began falling apart on the tongue pull and along the edge of the lace system. was amazing and gave me a new pair without any questions. The new pair lasted ~15 days before the stitching began coming apart. Then I put in 30 days with them in South America; they proceeded to fall apart completely. The lacing system on one boot completely ripped away from the boot body. As a result, they couldn't tighten and let in water. I am extremely disappointed in Burton. I understand that boots these days aren't made to last many seasons, but having them fail within 10-15 days is unacceptable. How can you charge $400 for a boot that won't last? I wouldn't take a new pair for free. Avoid these boots if you're looking for anything sturdy and long-lasting.