Burton Sterling Snowboard Boot

Priced: $209.97 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Burton Sterling Snowboard Boot
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The Burton Women's Sterling Snowboard Boot combines new technology with old-school styling for a super-warm, super-stylish boot that you won't want to take off once you're done riding. The sterling is already wired for your Therm-ic boot heater, so just plug in and go.

Padding:

  • Rad Pad pre-curved panels on top of instep cushion where laces create pressure

Comfort:

  • Medium Flex 3D Molded Tongue for added comfort

Features:

  • Level 2 molded EVA footbed with Aegis anti-microbial coating to reduce odor
  • Women-specific TrueFit works better with a woman's body than the old 'a man's boot only smaller' way of thinking
  • Thermi-ic pre-wired for electronic heat control and an end to frozen feet
  • Articulating Flex for a natural feel
  • Snowproof internal gusset keeps your foot dry and happy, even on deep days
  • Traditional lacing is durable and easy to repair if necessary
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Who needs an after riding ugg boot when you have the Sterling! Heat ready liners and faux fur keep you warm and stylish on and off the lift line. Soft and flexible like the Sapphire, just a little more sassy.

Four Horsemen at Backcountry.com on 10/06/2012

Who needs an after riding ugg boot when you have the Sterling! Heat ready liners and faux fur keep you warm and stylish on and off the lift line. Soft and flexible like the Sapphire, just a little more sassy.

Four Horsemen at Backcountry.com on 10/02/2012