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|Product Name||Sale Price||Merchant Name|
|DC Scout Snowboard Boots Grey/Black||$125.95||ProBoardShop.com|
|DC Scout Snowboard Boots - Men's||$125.97||Berg's Ski and Snowboard Shop|
|DC Scout Snowboard Boots Black/White||$180.00||TightBoards.com|
|DC Scout Snowboard Boots Grey/Black||$125.95||The House|
|DC Scout Boa Snowboard Boots||$106.95||US Outdoor Store|
|DC Scout Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's||$116.97||Dogfunk.com|
|DC Scout Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's||$116.97||Backcountry.com|
|DC Scout Snowboard Boot (Men's)||$134.99||Peter Glenn Ski & Sports|
|DC Scout Boa Snowboard Boots - 2013/2014||$125.93||REI.com|
If you prefer the low-key feel of skate shoes to the complicated death grip some boots inflict, you'll love riding with the DC Scout Men's Snowboard Boots on your hooves. This medium-flex boot forgoes most of the mind-boggling tech, sticking simply with a dial-operated BOA lace-up system and a heel-lift-preventing liner.
I think they're very good! :)
Solid but boa prone heel lift
I had a pair of these 4 years ago, lace ups, were good until they packed out more than a stripped at stag party. The boa system is convenient, but lacks overall functionality. If your riding park laps till sundown or you have feet that hurt a lot then go bananas! I prefer the feeling of no heel lift and snug even boots. This is why I will be buying 32's from now on. DC's are exactly what DC say they are, a skate shoe for the snow. I would prefer a snowboard boot for theMountain.
I rode the 2010 version of these, which the boa system failed the last day of riding (small plastic piece broke, still worked fine, but was looser) I sent the boots back to DC and they sent me the 2011 version. These boots are amazing, with a few flaws. Occasionally the tongue gets caught in the boa (small issue). The interior is extremely warm, even to the point that I wear thin dress socks on days the temps are above 15degrees F.