DC Judge Boa Snowboard Boots

Priced: $181.95 - $299.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
DC Judge Boa Snowboard Boots
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The House $181.95
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ProBoardShop.com $181.95
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REI (2014) $209.93
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USOutdoor.com (2014) $209.97
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Evo (2014) $224.96 - $239.90
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Backcountry.com $299.95
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DC Judge Boa Snowboard Boots -

The DC Judge BOA Snowboard Boots is packed full of technology and quality, delivering an overall product that is truly worthy of the DC name. Built around a hybrid Unilite sole and Synthetic Leather upper portion, this product puts an emphasis on delivering comfort without sacrificing performance or protection. Finished off with an Alpha Liner, 3D tongue, and speed lace system and it is clear that the Judge BOA is one of the best all-around pair of snowboard boots on the market.


  • Boa® Focus lacing features 2 fit zones that tighten independently; it concentrates closure on the instep and holds the heel securely no matter how the upper is cranked

Support and Cushioning:

  • Articulated tongues and molded backstays offer support, and help you control your edges during toe-side and heel-side turns
  • Cushioned, dual-density EVA footbeds feature impact heel cushions; internal ankle harnesses hold liners in place, locking your heels down for amazing control
  • Unilite outsoles provide durability, damping and cushioning; snow-shedding traction tread ensures sure footing
  • Custom-moldable EVA liners feature anatomic J-bars for amazing support; power straps around the cuffs and elastic straps over the insteps enhance support


  • Aerotech ventilation system integrates vents into the shells and liners to transfer heat and moisture away from your feet, keeping them comfortable all day long


  • Unilite outsole with rubber


  • 3D Tongue
  • Black liner
  • Uni-Lite
  • Alpha Liner
  • Boa H3 Coiler + Focus closure
  • Constrictor closure system
  • Remind insoles
  • Boa H3 Coiler scoops up loose cable when entering and exiting the boot; put your foot in, pull back on the tongue, twist the reel a few times and you're off
The House

DC is no stranger to delivering great all-around products, and with a potent blend of performance and comfort, the DC Judge BOA Snowboard Boots is no exception to this statement. This new version of the Judge backs in some new tricks while still keeping the legendary quality at an all-time high with features like a Uni-Lite outsole. This is matched with crucial design choices like a molded backstay and internal ankle harness, which all combine to make the Judge BOA truly amazing.

USOutdoor.com (2014)
With more BOA than a constrictor, the DC Judge Boots bang the gavel and sentence your feet to a lifetime of comfort. A pair of BOA systems team up to provide Dual Zone closures so that you can dial in your favorite fit with a flick of the wrist, which mean less tugging on laces and more snowboarding. The Unilite outsole is well versed in stomping impressive landings and keeping you from looking like a slippery fool in the parking lot. A molded backstay and 3D tongue provide consistent flex and performance that you can continually rely on. The DC Judge Boots have passed their final ruling: you will be found guilty of murdering the mountain this season.


Court is in session and you want the DC Judge Boot on your side. A fairly stiff boot built to give you the support you need in the backcountry, the Judge features the Boa H3 Coiler closure system to provide unmatched heel hold and fit. So whether you're sending booters or charging hairy lines, the Judge will rule in your favor.

The Boa H3 Coiler system features two Boa dials to allows you to independently adjust the tightness of the upper and lower zones of the boot so you can get it just the way you like it. Stay comfy throughout the day in the Black liner, which features anatomical J-bars to keep your heel locked down, heat-moldable EVA foam for a custom fit, and an Impact G heel cushion to absorb shock from harsh impacts. The Aerotech ventilation system uses integrated vents in the liner and shell to transfer moisture away from your foot so it stays dry and warm. Lightweight Unilite material in the outsole shaves weight and increases rebound, while strategically placed rubber increases durability in high wear areas.

Evo (2014)
Featuring Dual Zone closures, the best BOA Focus boot ever made just got better. Material and functional upgrades for 2014 make the DC Judge Snowboard Boots a top choice for everyone from beginners to aspiring pros. The Durable Unilite™ Outsole and Remind Insoles™ make this boot amazing for sending off big jumps, even if they are a little flat in the landings. You can't argue with a Judge in court - and win at least, so why argue with these boots. They won't let you down.

REI (2014)

The verdict is in. DC Judge Boa® snowboard boots are built to shred the whole mountain. Boa lacing delivers a dialed-in fit, and Aerotech ventilation system keeps the air flowing for comfort.


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Boot lacing system:Boa H3 Coiler/Focus Closure cable lace
Details:Anti-microbial Fabric System / Anatomical Latex J-Bars
Flex Rating:8
Footbed:Dual-Density EVA Footbed / Remind Insoles
Lacing System:Boa Coiler
Liner:Black Liner
Liner lacing system:None/internal ankle harness
Liner material:Multi-density EVA memory foam
Moldable liner:Custom moldable
Outsole:Unilite™ Outsole with Rubber
Riding style:All-mountain
Snowboard boot flex:Stiff
Upper:Synthetic leather/textile
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DC Judge Boa Snowboard Boots Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

This will get a very similar review to my review on the 32 Focus Boa. They are very similar but I found this boot just a cut above those.
I rode in my brother-in-law's Judges a bit before I bought the 32s.
As with my 32s, I love the boa system. These boots are also excellent from the standpoint that they can be adjusted thru the two different boa areas. You can tighten just the ankle or just the foot or both. This makes the boot very versatile for the park where you may want more flex or for the BC if you want more support and response. The boa system holds very well and doesn't loosen throughout the day. These boots are just a little bit stiffer to me than the 32s.
These boots hold their temperature quite well but don't have your feet feeling like they sat in a sauna all day.
I wear a 9 1/2 (US)shoe and wore a 10 (US) in these. They were super comfy. I would've bought these had I not got a sick deal on the 32s.
You cannot buy a better boot than these monsters!

Justin G at Backcountry.com on 12/12/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Heel lift.

Not really sure what to say - it seems that the DC Judge boots have been going down in quality over the last few years.

I have the 2011/2012 Judge boots, and experienced no heel lift at all. However, these are losing their waterproof-ability (not sure where, but my feet are always wet at the end of the day), and looked to buy a new pair.

These are nothing like the 2011/2012 or the 2012/2013 boots. The liner no longer has the grippy material that would prevent heel lift. I have thin heels, but it might not be a problem for others.

I ended up buying the K2 Maysis boots.
redstickman at REI on 11/11/2013

For 300, the older style boot DC made with a true articulated cuff and plastic guides that hold the boa wires in place made for a much more comfy boot. Feels like someone cut some corners.

Anonymous at Backcountry.com on 12/13/2013