Best Snowboard Boots - 2021


Best beginner: 32 Zephyr Boa

Best all mountain: Burton Moto

Best park: Vans Hi-Standard Linerless DX

Best backcountry: DC Travis Rice BOA

Best for charging: K2 Thraxis

Best Beginner Snowboard Boots 2021: 32 Zephyr Boa

Best beginner snowboard boots 2021 32 Zephyr

If you’re a beginner rider looking for a comfortable pair of boots for quick progression the 32 Zephyr boots might just be perfect for you. The Zephyr's are more performance-oriented than your “beginner boot”, so they are a great option if you're looking for a beginner boot that won’t slow down your progression; plus you won’t have to update them for a while.

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Best all mountain snowboard boots 2021: Burton Moto

Best all mountain snowboard boots 2021 burton Moto

Looking for a boot that will provide the performance you need anywhere on the mountain? From the terrain park to deep in the woods on a pow day the 2021 Burton Moto has everything you need. This boot is lightweight and comfortable. Say goodbye to sore feet at the end of the day, this boot might just make you want to keep it on for the car ride home. These boots offer the perfect mid-range flex for all-mountain riders of all skill levels.

The Burton Moto Boots are offered in both Boa and Speed zone lacing options; whichever you choose you're going to make record time from the lodge to the lift line. The boots also include heat-reflective foil that defies cold weather by radiating your body heat back at you to keep your toes warm even on the coldest days.

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Best park snowboard boots 2021: Vans Hi-Standard Linerless DX

Best park snowboard boots 2021 Vans Hi-Standard Linerless DX

Park rats, this one is for you. The Vans Hi-Standard Linerless DX boots are an innovative, one-of-a-kind boot like nothing you have worn before. These boots were designed for street and park riders who want to be one with their deck. The linerless design offers a smaller and lighter design with a superior board feel. Oh, and an added bonus: these things are going to slide on and off like your favorite pair of socks. If you’re a park rider looking for a pair of boots with a skate-like feel and cushioning and support exactly where you need it these boots are for you.

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Best Backcountry Snowboard boots 2021: DC Travis Rice BOA

Best Backcountry Snowboard boots 2021 DC Travis Rice BOA

You can’t go wrong with a backcountry specific boot designed by one of the greatest backcountry riders of all time. Travis spared no expense with these boots, they have it all: an exclusive asymmetrical design, Stormproof ™ Storm Flap, and Boa Focus closure, and the new Black Aerotech Travis liner that features 3M Thinsulate® insulation. Your feet WILL NOT be getting cold in these boots.

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Best Boots for charging 2021: K2 Thraxis

Best Snoboard boots for charging 2021 K2 Thraxis

Are you a veteran rider looking for a stiff boot that can handle straight lines through anything, deep carves, and fat drops? The K2 Thraxis Snowboard Boots might just be what you are looking for. The double boa system will allow you to dial in the boot exactly the way you like it. According to K2 “these boots are mean. Equipped with warm and snuggly Intuition liners in addition to an elaborate Boa system featuring three separate coils of braided steel, these boots will gently cradle your feet and seduce them with soft soothing words, and then lock them down in a rear-naked chokehold and peer pressure them into sending it deep of that liftline diving board. They're the stiffest, burliest boots on the market, ready to put down wild lines on any conditions and take no prisoners.”

The boots are equipped with K2’s Endo 2.0 Construction which adds both strength and durability to the boots and helps the boots stay responsive. The construction allows for super precise flex that provides superior board feel. They are also equipped with the Vibram® V4 Outsole which focuses on “durability, weight reduction, grip, and classic lug design”.

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