The Burton Ritual is a high-end women's freestyle boot. Perfect if your looking for a boot with all the bells and whistles of a high end boot but with the freedom of a softer flex. Its articulated cuff allows a nice natural flex that remains constant season after season. The Speed Zone Quick Lace now with New England Ropes gets you on the hill quickly and helps avoid frozen car park fingertips.

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Key Features

Boot Flex: Medium - 4/10 (1=soft10=stiff)

Recommended Use: Freestyle, 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 of traditional lace ups. Durable asymmetrical speed hooks give quick, easy and strong lace engagement. Powered by New England Ropes and come with a life time warranty.

Shell: Soft-Flexing shell materials with the articulated cuff give that freestyle feeling along with the Soft Flex Power UP tongue while still offering all mountain support.

Liner: Imprint 3 liners with the new DRYRIDE heat cycle lining keeps things cool and dry in your boot when the heat is on. New X-Up cuff wraps around your heel for even more support. For the ladies they have added a super lush plush cuff 1.0, with stretch zones and a super soft cuff.

Cushioning / Traction: DynoLITE EST outsole with B3 gel gives a super lightweight boot with optimal cushioning under the heel for heavy park landings and chatter absorption.

Construction Features: Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology, Sleeping Bag Reflector Foil, Snow Proof internal Gusset, Level 2moulded 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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