Burton Coco Snowboard Boot - - 2012 Model

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Burton Coco Snowboard Boot - - 2012 Model
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You may be falling on your butt and resorting to falling leaf when turning around the nose of the board just seems to be asking too much; at least your Burton Women's Coco Boots are taking care of your feet. Thanks to the women-specific TrueFit design and the heat-moldable Imprint 1 liner, your feet stay comfy and happy. And when you take care of your feet, the rest takes care of itself before you know it.

Support and Cushioning:

  • Two-part outsole features EVA cushioning and Rubber Ice Spikes that give you excellent traction in icy parking lots

Insulation:

  • Power Panels in liner ensure it won't break down over the course of the season

Weather and Wind:

  • Snow-proof tongue gusset keeps the cold stuff from slipping in
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Burton Coco Snowboard Boot - - 2012 Model Review:

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So here's the deal. A few years back I bought some high end boots that had a fancy-schmancy quick release system and they were top of the line, so they were meant for the female shaun white to go rip it up on the half pipe.
That's not me. I just want to bomb down the mountain comfortably, hitting the occasional kicker, and for God's sake, give me laces. As a result? I rather love this boot. It looks like a sneaker, kinda feels like a sneaker, and doesn't have a bunch of bells and whistles for me to fight with at the end of my ride to get it off.
It's simple and to the point. You can go fancy if you want, but I'll continue to roll with a comfy boot tied the old fashioned way.

tara at Backcountry.com on 02/29/2012