Burton Moto Boa 2018

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The Burton Moto Boa is an upgrade to one of the most popular snowboard boots, the Moto. Comfortable, supportive with a nice flex, quick Boa laces at a good price.

Upgraded this season from the original Motos with speed lacing, these use the Boa lacing system with New England Ropes.

They come with a broken in feel right out of the box, so you can just concentrate on riding rather than have to worry about breaking in new boots.

The Shrinkage Footprint Reduction means that the boots have a low profile outer, so that you get less toe and heel drag, which is helpful for the guys with bigger feet.

Inside the boots is Sleeping Bag Reflective Foil, which reflects heat back into your feet, perfect for the colder days.

For the price you end up with some comfortable boots, that are quick and easy to do up, so that you can just focus on riding as much as you can.

Key Features

Boot Flex: Soft - 3/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)

Lacing System:

Boa - Quick and easy dial to tighten the New England Ropes laces.


Total Comfort Construction - Its like they were broken in for you before you even step foot on the mountain.

Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology - Don't be afraid of the Shrinkage guys. Big feet mean big boots and that can limit your board options. Drop down a size meaning a size 11 now has the footprint of a size 10 making toe drag a thing of the past.


Imprint 1 - Integrated liner lacing with inner lace lock, moulded EVA footbed and lightweight power panels around the ankle for eliminating heel lift.

Cushioning / Traction

DynoLITE Outsole - Feather light feel with superior support and cushioning. Designed to take repeated impacts while withstanding freezing temperatures.

Sleeping Bag Reflector Foil - Snow can steal your heat away but with the new Sleeping bag Reflector Foil technology to the rescue your feet wont have to freeze.

Snow Proof Internal Gusset - Keep the snow out with an internal gusset that seals out snow keeping you warm and dry.

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