Burton Hail

Priced: $173.95 - $279.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Burton Hail -
2012 Burton Hail Snowboard Boots: Hailing frequencies have been sent to outfit your feet in these freestyle Hail Burton Boots. Their Stay Puft Tongue brings to you a padded, smooth forward flex movement so you can get freaky tweak on. That’s right, bone it out. Bone to your hearts content, just don’t bury yourself because the comfort of Rad Pads eliminate pressure points atop your instep caused by lacing and are to be enjoyed to the fullest extent of freestyle fundamentalism. All Hail the 2012 Burton Snowboard Boot, its NEW Flex Spine backstay and Ultra Cush Park 2 footbed shall usher in a new year of park dominance.
Attention: Burton Snowboards & Gear can be shipped only within the United States and Canada.

Fit:

  • Traditional lacing for a customized fit

Padding:

  • Imprint 3 liner is heat moldable and features Rad Pad cushioning at the top of the instep

Support and Cushioning:

  • From Burton's Park Series, featuring a Support rating of 4 on a 1-10 scale
  • HS outsole with AutoCANT cushioning features a dual-density midsole for support, response and canted comfort
  • ESS support shank reduces arch fatigue
  • 270 Airbag Cushioning

Outsole:

  • Holy Shit outsole

Manufactured:

  • Made in China

Upper:

  • Articulating cuff allows the upper and lower zones of the boot to flex independently

Features:

  • Stay Puft Tongue
  • Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology reduces the boot's overall footprint for a sleeker design that prevents toe drag
  • Ultra Cush Park 2 Footbed
  • US shipments only
  • Power Up 3D molded tongue
  • Flex notches allow for smoother, more fluid lateral and medial flex
  • Traditional lacing with Exo-Wrap lower reinforcement
  • Medium flex
  • AEGIS Microbe Shield treatment reduces odor
  • Level 2 molded EVA footbed
  • Two-to-One lower zone lacing lets you enjoy added heel hold while leaving the top loose for mobility
USOutdoor.com (2014)
Burton's Hail Snowboard Boot was built for the park. It has a soft design, but with plenty of support. A traditional lacing system is always customized and comfortable. The brand's Imprint™ 3 Liner keeps your socks in place, provides comfortable padding beneath the laces and has a comfortable Molded EVA Footbed. It is also coated with an antimicrobial Aegis™ coating to prevent odors. The new Holy Shit Outsole is supportive, responsive and comfortably cushioned. Burton's Shrinkage™ Footprint Reduction Technology reduces your footprint by a full size to eliminate toe drag and lighten the boot. Flex notches allow more fluid movement, while a support shank protects your arch during hard landings. Every feature of the Hail is designed for comfort, health and park performance.
Attention: Burton Snowboards & Gear can be shipped only within the United States and Canada.

Backcountry.com

The Burton Hail snowboard boot has become a fast favorite for its freestyle-friendly flex and all-mountain versatility. The medium flex handles everything on the mountain, but it's really in its element when you get it into the park. Traditional laces keep it light, and let you fine-tune where and how tight your boots are. The lacing gets a hand from the Exo-Wrap reinforced lower lacing, which keeps your foot stuck in place without having to crank down too hard on your laces.

Like the rest of Burton's lineup, Shrinkage technology reduces your footprint by a full boot size, and that means less toe drag. The articulated cuff frees up the flex, for skate-shoe inspired freedom without sacrificing support. The Holy Shit sole system is no joke―it combines tons of cushioning with greater articulation for perfect tweaks and unrestricted balance for unleashing your deepest, darkest jib fantasies. If you're a park shark that isn't afraid to take your moves to the rest of the mountain, the Hail is all the backup you need.


Zappos.com
You'll be dodging bullets and flying by trees in comfort with the Burton™ Hail snow boot.
Shrinkage™ technology offers an incredibly snug fit without any additional toe drag for a sleeker and lighter fit.
Snow-proof gusset keeps out all the snow to keep you warm and dry all day.
Rad Pad feature helps to alleviate the pressure on your foot for lace comfort of the liner.
Flex Liner offers an amazing combination of medial and lateral support from neoprene stretch zones that hug your calves.
270º Airbag Cushioning offers more comfort and less weight. Covers approximately 75% of the midsole for enhanced impact protection.
Aegis™ Antimicrobial help keep the funk out of your boots after a long day of use.
Articulating cuff eliminates hi-back pinch when tweaking, especially when riding winged hi-backs and also aids in weight reduction. More comfort, less fatigue, more time on the hill.
Strategically placed flex notches allow for smoother, more fluid lateral and medial flex.
Super Grip Toe offers better balance and prevents slipping.
Ultra Cush Park 2 molded three-layer EVA footbed.
Sierra Trading Post
From Burton's Park series, Burton Hail snowboard boots have a soft flex that's tailor-made for long days of jibbing and an AutoCANT outsole for more control and reduced fatigue.

The House

Park crushing performance with kicked up response and support for an all-mountain attack.

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COMFORT:Total Comfort Construction, Snow-Proof Internal Gusset, and Level 2 Molded EVA Footbed with ESS Support Shank and Aegis Antimicrobial Coating
CUSHIONING:Holy Shit Outsole with AutoCANT Cushioning
Circumference:19 in
Details:Aegis Antimicrobial Coating
FLEX AND RESPONSE:Articulating Cuff, Flex Spine Backstay, NEW Power Up Medium Flex Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue
Flex/Response:Articulating Cuff, Flex Spine Backstay, Power Up Medium Flex Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue
Footbed:Level 2 Molded EVA Footbed w/ ESS Support Shanks
Heel Height:1 in
LACING:Traditional with NEW Exo-Wrap Reinforced Two-to-One Lower Zone Lacing
LINER:Imprint 3 Liner with Focus Cuff and Rad Pad
Lacing System:Exo-Warp Reinforced Two-to-One Lower Zone Lacing
Outsole:Holy Shit Outsole w/ AutoCANT Cushioning
Platform Height:3⁄4 in
Shaft:11 in
Support:6
Support Level:4
Support Rating:4.
Weight:2 lbs 3 oz
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Burton Hail Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I'm personally not the biggest fan of Burton products. but when it comes to their boots, no one can touch them. The burton hail boots have been my favorite park boots ever. and I've had alot of different boots. They fit to your foot and mold so well its like skate shoes. You will never have cold feet. EVER. and you will never have wet feet until you tear these things apart. The feel and flex is perfect. You want to murder rails and bash metal objects then throw hard on jumps any size? these are the boots for the job. They also fit incredibly slim, so you don't have all this extra weight or bulkiness in your bindings. Shrinkage technology has also always been awesome to me. It really does create less toe or heal drag, and when you ride Bear Mountain like i used to where it can get pretty slushy at mid day, you definitely don't want much drag. I've landed to flats plenty of times and have died on tricks in these but I never have had heel bruising or shin splints through out the whole season of hard riding. my ankles were too extremely happy. Get these boots, don't even think twice about it.

Stephen Tabler at Backcountry.com on 12/02/2013
First time dealing with Zappos and I was quite impressed. Easy to use, clear information, no surprises and most prompt delivery service. Excellent price on the product and they appear to be excellent boots. Good fit out of the box. Maybe a little snug, but I am sure that they will pack out a bit. Very comfortable and supportive. After two seasons of double BOA's, my feet and ankles were so sore that I thought that I might have to quit snowboarding (too easy to over-tighten, too tricky to avoid "hot spots"). Going back to a lace-up is an immediate relief, and lace-ups have come a long way. These mid-stiff boots should be perfect for my feet while delivering enough response and support for my all-mountain riding. End of season, so I only had a chance to wear them once, but they seem to be just what I was seeking, at the best price on the net. Well done, Zappos!
William H - customer at Zappos.com on 05/06/2013
I am a true 8.5, I bought a 9 in this boot and it is at the very edge of being too small. Done over again I would have bought a 9.5. Great boot overall, esp for a narrow foot and someone looking for a slightly stiffer boot. Only 2 complaints: 1) I have very high arches and my arches were sore after every day; and 2) The laces are also very soft. I ratchet my boots down very tight but one of the laces started to tear on the second day of wearing. Burton shipped me a replacement pair right away, no charge.
Tim M - customer at Zappos.com on 04/22/2013
Boots have been the hardest thing for me to find out of all my gear. Usually I have issues with my feet being cold, or really bad pressure points, feet falling asleep...the list goes on. I was recommended the Hail by the Burton Rep, told me it was what he rode. When I tried it on, instantly stoked. My heel didn't slip, the top of my foot...no pressure whatsoever. This is the first time my foot has felt this snug in a boot.
John H - customer at Zappos.com on 09/14/2012

Negative Reviews:

Not the biggest fan. bought it for the articulating ankle so it doesn't bunch around the ankle? but it still does.

Braden Price at Backcountry.com on 11/20/2013