"Good value "
- Name: 2010 Burton Moto
- Pros: Comfortable fit and flex, Speed-lacing ,
- Cons: Low durability, Low response,
- Fit: mid
- Flex: soft
- Shoe Size: 9
- Boot Size: 9
Burton's latest iteration of its speedzone lacing system is incorporated into the Moto, and it makes putting these on a breeze. Once you're in, you're treated to a really comfortable ride with soft padding throughout and flexible outsole. It's a mellow flex like the description says, which isn't going to impress any performances junkies who want response, but it makes up for this shortcoming in comfort. It might actually be one of the most comfortable boots I've ever ridden in. Most days I ride stiffer boots for the response and high-speed stability, but sometimes if my feet hurt or I'm just going easy with beginner friends, I strap these on to give my feet a break. They have their place in even the experienced-rider's collection. It should be mentioned, though, that due to the soft padding, these boots tend to pack down rather easily. Because of this, the lacing will tend to loosen over the course of a day, and you might have to retighten every so often (this wasnt terribly annoying). Also, they won't last as long as pricier boots, but at this price point it's still an excellent value.