DC Gizmo Snowboard Boots

Priced: $100.00 - $139.97 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
DC Gizmo Snowboard Boots -
The DC Gizmo Snowboard Boots are the perfect boots to control your fit. These boots are jacked-up with technology, like the Constrictor Hybrid Lacing System. With this lacing system you will be able to customize the lacing for both the top and bottom half of your boots for maximum comfort and control. Get tweaked out and not freaked out, with the DC Gizmo Snowboard Boots.

Lining and Layers:

  • Bravo liner features dual-density padding, internal J-bars for heel hold, and an antimicrobial lining for odor resistance


  • WrapLock lace hardware prevents slipping for easier tightening and a more consistent, secure fit

Support and Cushioning:

  • The Constrictor hybrid lace system uses traditional laces up top for a fine-tuneable flex, and a Boa Coiler speed-lace reel on the lower half for heel hold and support

Traction and Grip:

  • UniLite outsole delivers solid traction, durability, and shock absorption while dramatically reducing weight


  • Articulated cuff for a smooth flex with no creases or pressure points
  • Molded Backstay
  • 3D Tounges
  • Internal Ankle Harness
  • 3D Tongue
USOutdoor.com (2014)
The Gizmo you may be familiar with is a cute, fluffy creature from the Gremlins movie, but the DC Gizmo Boots are ferocious beasts made for crushing mountains and stomping landings. A combination of traditional lacing and a BOA closure for the lower zone gives you the power to dial in your perfect fit for endless comfort. A molded backstay and 3D tongue provide consistent flex that you can really get to know and become one with. The cozy footbed does a pristine cushioning job and dampens harsh vibrations. The DC Gizmo Boots have no problem being exposed to sunlight, getting wet, or devouring powder after midnight.

The House

DC has packed so much shred technology into this one pair of boots, the name Gizmo fits proper. One of the choice boots for Ryan Tiene, the Gizmo boot offers a unique Constrictor Hybrid System for ultimate adjustability when lacing up. Some people like to rock a little looser upper-half of the boot for total tweakage and others like to go stiffer for a super responsive ride. Now you can have both boot flexes in the same pair of DC boots. Go-go gadget Gizmo boots.


The DC Gizmo Boa Snowboard Boot combines Boa speed lacing and traditional laces into an all-mountain monster that'll handle just about everything from park laps to pow-filled chutes. DC's Constrictor hybrid system gives you twist-and-go Boa convenience on the boot's lower half and traditional laces on the upper half for a dialed, supportive fit you can customize to match whatever you're riding that day.


"I switched to the gizmo combo boot because i love the option of lacing the upper half of my boot a little looser than the bottom. Being able to tweak is key to having good style in the air!" - ryan tiene

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Bravo Liner:multi density zones, neoprene ankle strap, aegis, anatomical j-bars
Direct Power Lacing:strategically designed overlays in the boots upper provide more power and leverage for optimal shell closure.
Flex Rating:Medium-Stiff (7 of 10)
Footbed:EVA Foam
Lacing System:Boa Lace Hybrid
Liner:Red EVA Memory Foam with Fleece Lining / Thermo-Moldable / Lace Liner Closure
Upper Material:Synthetic Leather
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DC Gizmo Snowboard Boots Review:


These boots are everything you would ever need for whatever you like to ride. They've got good, medium flex for park or mountain, and they are super warm and really help to soften landings from any height. Just a quality boot that looks sick and the double lacing type allows for a true personal preference. Make sure to get about a half size up because they run a little small.

Will Curtis at Backcountry.com on 01/02/2013