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.
Park crushing performance with kicked up response and support for an all-mountain attack.
|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|
|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|
|Weight:||2 lbs 3 oz|
|Burton Restricted Hail Snowboard Boots||$161.95 - $279.95|
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.
Not the biggest fan. bought it for the articulating ankle so it doesn't bunch around the ankle? but it still does.