Burton Ruler 2018

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The Burton Ruler is the boot you want if you are looking to step up your riding to the next level. Made for all mountain riding, the Ruler has everything you need to start taking on gnarlier terrain.

The comfortable ride comes from the Imprint 2 liner, which molds around your feet and has a broken in feel right out of the box. The medium flex is tough enough to handle hard and rough riding, but there is still enough flex that you can push them around in the park without being restricted.

Key Features

Boot Flex: Medium

Recommended Use: All Mountain - From the park to the steeps, this boot has got you covered.

Thermo Mouldable Liner: Yes

Lacing System: Speed Zone

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. New England Ropes laces are backed by a lifetime warranty.


GripLITE backstays give a good boot to highback relationship. Flex notches give a more natural flex and increase durability. Medium Flex Power UP tongue allows a 3D fit to the leg and better toe side response.

Liner: Imprint 2

Imprint 2 liners have an integrated lacing system and some the nicest lace locks on the market. Velcro liner closures at the cuff stop the tongue from sliding around and the level 1 EVA footbed keeps comfort close at hand, or foot. Man fur included.

Cushioning / Traction:

DynoGrip on the outer shell allows a lightweight but grippy platform underfoot. B3 Gel in the heel gives you impact absorption even in the coldest of conditions. Sleeping bag reflective foil rebounds heat back into foot.


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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