the best snowboard boots for men and women the best snowboard boots for men and women

Best Snowboard Boots for Men and Women

Posted by Buckman's Ski & Snowboard Shops on Thursday, October 28, 2021

The leaves are finally falling, and it’s starting to get colder. You know what that means — only a few more weeks until snowboarding season! For us adventure-lovers, it’s the best time of the year. And to gear up for snowboarding season, we’re looking at the best snowboard boots for the 2021 and 2022 snowboarding season for both men and women.

It’s hard to determine what’s best because no snowboarder is the same. Some love the bunny slope, while others are gearing up for the Olympics. Luckily, our top favorite manufacturers upped their design game this year, giving us versatile options, whether we’re hitting the park or riding the slopes. No matter what you’re most excited about this season, these are the 2021 and 2022 best snowboard boots for men and women.

DC Travis Rice — Men's Snowboard Boots

Since their creation, the award-winning DC Travis Rice boots have been a fan favorite among boarders — but even the best are always working to improve. Whether he’s on the mountain or designing his next release, Travis Rice is always one step ahead. As if these boots weren’t already a game-changer, Travis constantly improves the design to accommodate the toughest riders. These boots include the game-changing double BOA closure, storm flaps and are optimized for even more warmth with the Black Aerotech Travis liner with insulation features.

We’ll be honest — these boots probably aren’t for beginners. The DC Travis Rice boots are rated a nine out of 10 on the DC stiffness scale, so these boots are ready for anything but maybe a challenging adjustment for some riders. So, if you’re ready for some serious shredding and black diamond adventures, the DC Travis Rice can handle it. These are definitely among the best snowboard boots men can buy. If they’re good enough for Travis, they’re good enough for you!

DC Mora Step On — Women's Snowboard Boots

Although Travis hasn’t yet made women’s boots for snowboarding, DC comes in clutch again with the DC Mora Step On snowboard boots for the 2021 to 2022 snowboarding season. DC has been a strong force in the boot game for a while, and the 2021 and 2022 Mora update does not disappoint. For this season, DC added even higher-level technology to get us ready to stomp. The Mora features Burton’s Step On design and a dual BOA lace system. It also includes a storm flap for extra warmth and protection, even in extreme weather. This means you can spend more time on your board.

Like the Travis boots, the Moras are for adventure-seekers, and if you’re planning on hitting the park every day this season, these boots are for you! The Moras are the best snowboard boots for women for the 2021 and 2022 snowboarding season.

DC Judge Step On — Men's Snowboard Boots

DC crushes it again this snowboarding season with the Judge Step On. They continue to improve upon the design, adding features and enhancements that make the DC Judge a consistent fan favorite year after year. This boot features the classic Step On design from Burton and an R3 liner for guaranteed comfort.

DC also updated the double BOA system this season for an even better instep and heel fit — see ya, toe-drags! Get ready to cruise for miles across your choice of terrain with these comfortable, flexible options. Although these men’s boots for snowboarding still come in a close second to the Travis boots in some boarder's eyes, if you're looking for the best snowboard boots for men, you’ll love either pair.

Salomon Ivy BOA — Women's Snowboard Boots

Salomon is committed to helping everyone enjoy snowboarding, whether they’re eager-to-learn gapers or long-time pros. The Salomon Ivy BOA women’s boots for snowboarding are great for both beginners and experts. They feature a medium flex ideal great for freestylers, as well as a comfort liner and heel harness for lasting all-day comfort. These boots will feel just as comfortable and sturdy midseason as they did when you took them out of the box.

Not to mention, the Ivy BOA boots come in two color options, and the price is right. These boots are a great option for beginners or those who want to get the most bang for their buck. If you’re not quite ready for the extreme slopes or park — but still can't get enough of your snowboard — we recommend these women’s snowboarding boots.

Salomon Launch BOA SJ — Men's Snowboard Boots

The Salomon Launch BOA SJ has been in many people's running for favorite freestyle boot for a while — and we don’t foresee that changing in the 2021and 2022 snowboarding season. This boot does it all, whether you’re working on your skills or simply riding the slopes. They combine the flex to perform with the genius technology of BOA lacing for ease of use. Whether you’re a rookie or in X Games mode, these boots are durable, comfortable and ready to shred.

These boots aren’t as stiff as the other best boots for the snowboarding season, so they’re great for freestylers or those who haven’t been on the slopes as much. No matter your skill level, you can’t go wrong choosing these men’s boots for snowboarding.

Shop Snowboarding Gear at Buckman’s Ski and Snowboard Shops

Whether it’s your first time hitting the slopes or you’re a certified park rat, these are the best boots for snowboarding season. From new insulation technology to amped-up BOA systems, all of these boots will keep you riding for hours. Gear up for the winter by checking out Buckman’s Ski and Snowboard Shops options of the best snowboard boots for the 2021 to 2022 season.

We’ll make sure you get the perfect fit by helping you with a custom snowboarding boot fitting. We also offer a full range of skis and snowboards, equipment and accessories such as helmets and bags, and apparel, including jackets and gloves. If you need it for the slopes, you can find it at Buckman's. Visit our stores or shop online to gear up for the pow and get ready to shred today.

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