5 Best Cheap Snowboarding Boots
Looking for the best cheap snowboarding boots for 2017? These won’t disappoint…
Are you on the hunt for the best cheap snowboarding boots you can find? Winter is coming around fast. If you’re want to embark on buying your first pair of snowboard boots or just a pair that won’t break the bank, then this guide is for you.
Snowboarding boots are tricky to choose. While you can read lots of detailed reviews online, like with any snowboarding gear, you need to try on a few pairs in person before you buy.
We’ve already written our rundown of the best cheap snowboarding jackets, snowboarding helmets and beginners snowboards. Now we’ve selected the best cheap snowboarding boots in the UK. While you can get some amazing deals on sale, these pairs all cost under £150 brand new. Bargain right?
DC PHASE SNOWBOARDING BOOTS
Just because a boot is labelled as a beginners snowboarding boot does not mean it isn’t good quality. DC have brought back their Phase snowboarding boots for another year and they are proving just as popular as ever.
The DC Phase boots have a traditional lace-up design and medium stiffness. They are super comfortable thanks to the memory foam sole and heat-regulating fleece lining. While they don’t come in the most exciting colourways - just blue and black - they are a stellar pair of snowboard boots that will see you through plenty of snowboarding holidays this winter and beyond.
Buy the DC Phase Snowboarding Boots here
BURTON MOTO SNOWBOARDING BOOTS
There’s a reason Burton have been making the Moto snowboarding boots for a while. They are a great choice for a beginner snowboarder who wants a comfortable soft boot to learn and progress in. This year’s 2017 Burton Moto are lighter and warmer than ever with heat-radiating foil lining that captures your body heat and radiates it back towards you. The Speed Zone lacing system is easy to use - you just pull the toggle and the boots tightens to fit your foot. You can boast about how comfortable they are while watching your skiing friends hobbling back to the apartment at the end of the day.
Buy the Burton Moto Snowboarding Boots here
THIRTYTWO PRION SNOWBOARDING BOOTS
ThirtyTwo are known for making some of the best freestyle boots around. The Prion are their entry-level boots, perfect for any rider looking for a soft, playful boot at a bargain price.
They have a traditional lacing system which many prefer because it allows you more control over the tension of your boots, plus an Evolution Foam Outsole which absorbs shock and gives good support.
The Prion boots are fitted for comfort and warmth, thanks to the heat-moldable liners and sherpa lined footbed. If you want to hit your first kickers and rails in a new pair of kicks, then make sure you check out the ThirtyTwo Prions.
Buy the ThirtyTwo Prion Snowboarding Boots here
DC KARMA WOMEN’S SNOWBOARDING BOOTS
DC Karma snowboarding boots are among the most popular women’s boots for beginner and intermediate riders. They are versatile, comfortable and forgiving with a medium flex, suitable for shredding the whole mountain.
The traditional lacing system is favoured by many for its no-frills design, plus it has a Unilite sole, DC’s lightest outsole, which is durable and cushions shock when you hit the ground. Choose these boots and we reckon they will give you good karma all winter.
Buy the DC Karma Women’s Snowboarding Boots here
BURTON MINT WOMEN’S SNOWBOARDING BOOTS
More women choose the Burton Mint snowboarding boot than any other snowboard boot. Why? Because they are warm, lightweight and already broken-in to fit your foot from the very first wear.
It doesn’t matter whether you wear them for a whole season or only a couple of times per year, the Burton Mint snowboard boots were built to last. They are soft and forgiving, plus they are lined with reflective foil to keep your toes warm even on the coldest days.
The Speed Zone lacing system will help you quickly tighten these boots on the move. We are big fans of the maroon colourway.
Buy the Burton Mint Women’s Snowboarding Boots here