2018 Burton Moto Boa Snowboard Boot Review
The Burton Moto with Boa is an all terrain attack boot
THE 2018 Burton Moto Boa Snowboard Boot
Skill Level for the Burton Rewind: Beginner, intermediate, advance
The Burton Moto boot with the Boa lace up system is built to be an affordable snowboard boot that can attack most terrain.
This Moto boot in the past was thought as more of an entry level snowboard boot but to be honest it shares a lot of features that its big more expensive boot brothers come with.
The Burton Moto Boa boot is a lightweight all terrain boot that comes with the ultimate comfort right off the shelf.
The fear of breaking in new boots no longer exists with the all new Burton Moto Boot with Boa. It has what Burton is calling “Total Comfort” construction to reduce the break in period.
Snowboard Boot Support: Soft
This same feature can be found on the higher end boots and honestly its like wearing tennis shoes with ankle support.
Burton claims this is an exclusive Burton tech that you get right from the Burton Factory.
The Burton Moto Boa is a warm but comfortable snowboard boot that allows you to use it in any terrain you wish
The boa system on the Moto is a Burton exclusive with new england laces which means you can quickly lace up your boots.
This Boa system also eliminates messy laces and also provides you with the perfect tightness for the entire boot.
The shell of the Burton Moto Boa has the ultra light DynoLITE outsole that gives you soft cushioning even on those negative days.
Burton Moto Boa Snowboard Boot SPECS
- Boa Fit System with Coiler Tech
- Boa Lacing with New England Ropes
- Soft support
- 1:1 Soft Flex Tongue
- New Imprint 1+ liner with integrated Lacing liner
- Comfort Fit
- Thermo Moldable Liner
- All Mountain snowboard boot
- DynoLITE Outsole
- Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Outsole
- Total Comfort Construction
- Snow Proof Internal Gusset
- Sleeping Bag Reflective Foil for warmth
2018-2019 Burton Moto Boa Snowboard Boot Sizing
2018-2019 Burton Moto Boa boot colors:
- Midnite Blue
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