Burton Imperial 2018

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The Burton Imperial gives you the high end performance, with a flex rating that sits between the Ion and the Concord, with plenty of support to make it a high performing all mountain boots. The lightweight EcoStep sole gives you extra grip when walking around, while the S4 Shell keeps the flex consistent throughout the boot.

Key Features

Boot Flex: Stiff - 7/10 (1=soft,10=stiff)

Recommended Use: Freeride, All Mountain

Thermo Mouldable Liner: Yes

Lacing System: Speed Zone lacing gives independent upper and lower zones on the boot for a traditional lace up feel without the hassle. Durable asymmetrical speed hooks give quick, easy and strong lace engagement.

Shell: S4 panels evenly distribute strap pressure to give maximum energy rebound and resist the breakdown of the boot meaning they last longer and have a consistent flex season after season.

Liner: Imprint 3 Liner has enough tech to keep your feet happy and warm all day. J bar interface and inner lace lock keep your heels glued in place and less foot movement means less fatigue. Sleeping Bag Reflective foil bounces heat back into the foot before it escapes out the bottom of your boot.

Cushioning / Traction: Vibram EcoStep Rubber outer sole gives a durable and grippy platform. B3 gel under the heel, absorb chatter and gives impact absorption.

Construction Features:

  • Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology
  • Sleeping Bag Reflector Foil
  • Snow Proof internal Gusset
  • Level 2 Moulded EVA footbed


U.S 7-15 // U.K 6-16 // Mondo 21-35.5 // EURO 40-49

About Burton

Founded by Jake Carpenter in Vermont in 1977, Burton has been one of the leading names in Snowboarding for over 30 years. With innovative ideas and products Burton has always been at forefront of snowboarding technology.

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