Burton Concord Boa 2018

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The Burton Concord Boa is more directed towards the all mountain rider with a medium response and maximum board feel , Ideal for intermediate to advanced riders looking for lightweight performance, These have a lifetime warranty and one of the strongest ropes in the world.

Key Features

Boot Flex: Medium 5/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

Lacing System: Natural New England fiber ropes give a natural flex and feel for greater all‑day comfort, Double Boa Coiler with Double boas help achieve your perfect fit with an upper and lower zone.

Fit: The Burton Concord Boa boot has Total Comfort Construction which allows get that broken in feel right out of the box with a fit that feels as good from day one to day one hundred. With the Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology you get this amazing technology, especially important if you're a guy with a bigger footprint. If you're a size 11 your footprint will be like a size 10 allowing you to get away with a normal width board and reducing toe drag.

Liner: Imprint 3 - snowboarding’s most comfortable, warmest, performance driven fit, right out of the box.

Focus Cuff - Heel lift sucks, boosting heel hold around the ankle with a slightly higher cuff. Add in the Velcro J bars and inner lace lock to keep your heel locked in place.

Rad Pad - Located by the top of your foot where your laces and heel strap exert the most pressure, keeps your blood pumping to your toes for less 'dead foot' and more comfort.

Cushioning / Traction:

The Burton Concord EST Optimized Outsole EST is all about getting you closer to your board without too much getting in the way. A lower profile sole lowers your centre of gravity and improves board feel.

The ESS Support Shank added support it reduces fatigue while preventing your arch from collapsing on itself when you bomb drop a 40-footer.

Sleeping Bag Reflector Foil - Low profile and light this technology reflects heat back into the feet to keep you toasty all day.

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