Burton Men's Ruler Gmp Snowboard Boots
Used by more riders than any other, the Burton Men's Ruler Gmp Snowboard Boots have effortlessly acquired more mag covers than any other. These foot soldiers are designed to amend and demolish. Piled up with new attributes, this year's boots are all-new and completely upgraded. They drive the standard of what's possible from an all-mountain boot. In Colorado, more people rock the Men's Ruler Gmp Snowboard Boots than any other boot on Earth. Simple, comfy, and built to last forever these snowboard boots are all about keeping you riding till the lifts shut down for the night. The smart lacing system locks your feet into an improved heel hold within a totally upgraded inside. A tapered profile gets rid of toe drag and bulk, while the upper lets you perform board stalls in ways that will leave pros impressed. Nervous about the "Holy Crap" landing cutting off your snowboarding career? Your sole is saved with the most highly developed cushioning system ever developed. Boarders everywhere call upon this boot for leadership and direction. And for riders obsessed with the sound of pant-flapping velocity, there is no other option.
Burton snowboard boots pair up well with Burton snowboards, and they'll definitely fit well with any piece of existing gear you already own. Combining with other bindings from brands like Salomon won't be an issue.
- Speed Zone Lacing System for True Zonal Lacing Control (40% Less Lace Friction)
- New Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology
- Imprint 2 Liner with Power Panel 1.0 and Quick Fit Lacing Harness Liner
- NEW Outsole with EST Optimized Midsole and B3 Gel Cushioning
- NEW Power Spine 1.0 Backstay and Medium Flex Thin Profile 3D Molded Tongue Flex and Response
- Molded EVA Footbed Comfort
- Support: 6
Purchase the Burton Ruler Gmp Snowboard Boots for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- November 30 2011
I really liked these boots. I always had the problem of my boots not being tight enough. With the SpeedZone lacing on these, I had them a little too tight at first. These were a huge improvement over my previous boots. I did try on the 2012 Burton Moto boot and it felt better on the inside. My foot felt great on those boots. It felt good on these also but not as good. These boots do have better support. I really liked the large tongue, it provided great support. The reaction time of the board was a lot faster. I also would always take a good while adjusting and tightening my previous boots. It takes just a few seconds with these. These are great boots for the price.
- April 25 2010
burton are loosing it.
been a consumer from day one,back when they valued their customer.my latest gear has been a total let down.t6 board coming apart at the seams literally. only 43 days on it.as for the ruler boots well,they started breaking down after about a dozen days on the hill.i did call them about the t6 and they basically didn't want to know....Jake is not working with the quality he used to produce,it is becoming a very sad Chinese made product.the Burton iconic status and quality have long gone.this is not just blog from me but several of my fellow shredders have said they are done with Jake,because the finished product has become so bad.