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Snowboard Boots

For thoughtful construction and ample comfort, our collection ofsnowboard boots covers the best boot models from Burton, DC, Thirty-Two, Rome and more. Perennial favourite Thirty-Two Lashed Women’s boot gives ultimate versatility in all terrain, whether you require snowboard boots for carving, heading out into the backcountry, or riding powder-topped moguls.

Buy Snowboard Boots Online

Our online and in-store collection features both Boa and traditional lace-up snowboard boots along with the biggest range of Burton Step On and DC Step On snowboard boots. NZ-wide shipping is free and there’s a 90-day return window for any changes of mind.

How to find snowboard boot size

Snowboard boots are measured in US Sizing. Intermediate or advanced riders will purchase boots the same size as their street shoes for a performance fit with optimal response and heel hold. Beginner riders may choose to go up half a size from their street shoes for a comfort fit. Choose a stiffer flex will help provide more stability and responsiveness suited to all mountain and free riding or a softer flex for learning or park riding. Test for any heel lift by lacing your boots tightly and strapping your boots into your bindings. For the best fit and optimal hold we recommend wearing your boots with snowboard specific socks from Mons Royale or Burton.

How to break in snowboard boots

Depending on whether you have heat-mouldable snowboard boot liners, riding with your new snowboard boots for a few days will break them in. Wearing them around the house helps, or opt to have them moulded at one of our six stores nationwide.

How long does it take to break in snowboard boots?

Breaking in snowboard boots often takes longer if they’re stiffer or higher quality. Expect up to a few weeks. Heat moulds can help speed up the process, as well as wearing them while doing daily activities around the house.

How long do snowboard boots last?

Cheaper, lower-end boots are capable of lasting between 30 to 50 full ski days, or two seasons. Investing in expensive, higher-end boots will last you approximately 100+ skiing days.
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