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Burton Q Snowboard Boots - Girl's

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Driven by those who ride faster and hike higher, the Burton Q boot puts a premium on stability, support and drive. Aggressive on the outside with a soft and inviting interior, heat-ready liners defy sub zero conditions, while the Plush Cuff and gel-infused panels insulate against the pressures of riding well ahead of the pack. Built with an eco-conscience, it's the obvious partner for riders who hike, sled, guide or patrol. Just don't look for this one in the lodge when the snow is deep.


Key Features of the Burton Q Snowboard Boots:
  • SUPPORT: 7
  • Women's-Specific True Fit Design
  • LACING: Speed Zone Lacing System for True Zonal Lacing Control
  • LINER: Therm-ic Heat Pre-Wired Imprint 3 Liner with Re-Engineered Women's Fit, Rad Pad for Lace Comfort and Plush Cuff 1.0
  • CUSHIONING: Lightweight, Green Rubber Recycled Outsole with B3 Gel Cushioning
  • FLEX AND RESPONSE: Dual-Component Power Spine Backstay and Firm Flex Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue
  • COMFORT: Total Comfort Construction, Snow-Proof Internal Gusset, Pressure Relief Panel and Level 2 Molded EVA Footbed with ESS Support Shank and Aegis Antimicrobial Coating
  • EcoSmart Recycled Mesh Upper Materials

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Review Summary

5.0 out of 5

2 Reviews

2 Ratings & Reviews


January 07, 2008

I purchased this boot after several seasons riding in the Burton Sapphires. I rode in the Q's this weekend and I am totally happy with the support and ease of use. Once you figure out how the lacing system works (It took me two times of putting them on)these boots are much faster and easier to put on than my old one. They have awesome support, were comfortable and warm from the minute I put them on. My feet are usually cold, and I used to freeze my butt off stomping my feet into my old boots and struggling to get them laced tight enough.I could kick myself for waiting so long to buy these boots.


April 08, 2009

I bought this pair of boots as a replacement for my Buron Iroc boots (2006-2007). When Burton redesigned the lacing system this year, they changed the boot from the Iroc to the Q, but both are ranked as the most supportive women's boot in the Burton Line. There were several changes in the redesign: the yellow velcro strap was taken out, the laces are more flexible and longer, there is a lot more ankle support, and there is supposedly less lace friction. These changes were good - I owned two pairs of Irocs and loved them, but one had a pulley in the lacing system completely bust and Burton was unable to fix it or replace it because they were more than a year old. The old laces also got horribly twisted and frayed because of their stiffness. I have very high arches and often my feet fall asleep in boots. This has never happened with the Q - even during break-in. I leave the lower zone very loose and tighten the upper zone. I also have a bad ankle. Even in the Iroc boots, I would get stabbing pain when going over very turbulent terrain. I've never had that happen with these boots. There is so much padding in the ankle that I didn't even have to [ins-ert ]the optional yellow ankle cushions (which I did use in previous Burton boots). Even in very steep terrain or bumps I never experienced heel lift. I bought a size where my toes went all the way up to the front. I've found Burton boots stretch out and it's better to buy small and go through a break in process than buy big and have boots that won't get tight enough down the road. After 10 days of riding these boots, they are just the right size and prefectly broken in. There are only two problems with these boots. For one, when locking in the laces to the desired tightness you have to pull very hard and at just the right angle. If not, they actually unlock and loosen on the hill. This happened to me twice, but then I got the technique. (This also happens on my boyfriend's Burton boots, so it seems to be a design flaw of t

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Available sizes, while supplies last, include 5.

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