Burton Grail Snowboard Boots

$197.95 329.95 save up to 40%
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Description

The Burton Grail snowboard boot is as miraculous as creation itself. A slimmer profile eliminates toe drag and weight, while the fully flared liner lets you bone grabs in ways that would make doves cry. Worried about that landing ending your existence? Your sole (and soul) is saved with the most advanced cushioning system ever developed. No wonder disciples like Terje call upon this boot for guidance and clarity.

Specifications

  • Aegis Antimicrobial Coating
  • Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology
  • Articulating Cuff
  • Flex Spine Backstay
  • Medium Flex Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue
  • New Holy Shit Outsole Cushioning / Trac
  • New Flex 3
  • NEW Infinite Liner Sole
  • Support: 6
  • ESS Support Shank
  • NEW Park 2 Molded 3-Layer EVA Footbed
  • NEW Soft Edge Tongue
  • Cardinal Cushioning
  • Traditional Lacing

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Review Summary

4 out of 5

3 Reviews

Pros
  • Build quality: 2
  • Great design: 1
  • Great value: 1

Cons
  • Cost: 1
  • Poor quality: 1
  • Wears quickly: 1
Performance: 4.5 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
Warmth: 4 / 5

3 Ratings & Reviews

Great Boot but...
April 25, 2011

It is a great boot, and for the price I couldn't beat it. Even as nice as it is though, it feels a little cheap. the liner feels like cheap polyester material that will surely fall apart faster than other boots, and the outside has a few flimsey parts to it, the laces don't feel heavy duty like i've seen on some other Burton boots and overall the boot feel cheaper than it should. It also has some cheaply designed air pocket sole in the heal that doesn't look functional. I'm just stating the worst of the boot though, the boot is still a tough boot and for the super discounted price I payed it was a great choice, but if i had payed full I definitely would have wanted a more durable boot.

lgtimmerman
top1000Contributor

from greenville. michigan

awesome boots!
January 04, 2011

my 14 yr old son loves these boots... we purchased them for a christmas present and he used them just a few days ago... they rock!

Performance: 3 / 5
Quality: 3 / 5
JoeSchmo

Decent Boots
November 03, 2010

Ordered these boots a while back, thinking these would be on par in terms of stiffness with a pair of 32 Lashed I had before. Turns out their mushier and softer than the Grail that I was currently riding at the time. The footbed didn't have any plastic material to support your arch and heels, so it was obvious that most of the dollars developing this boot went into the little airbag insole which to be honest, wasn't noticeable. Overall though, the boot is not a horrible boot, it will get you down the hill in one piece. These may work for you if you're looking for soft flexing, well cushioned boot, but if you're looking for some responsive and supportive boot, look somewhere else. Either way, these boots are pretty overpriced.

Cons: Cost

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Available sizes, while supplies last, include size 8 and size 9: 8, 9.

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