Go places you never thought you'd get to explore with the help of the Burton Men's Tourist Snowboard Boot. It has splitboarding specific innovations that improve comfort and performance on both the climb up and the ride down. Speed Zone lacing allows you to independently tighten different zones of the boot so you can lock in the perfect in seconds and make easy adjustments at the peak. New England Ropes alces are virtually indestructible, which is good because the last thing you want when you're staring down a steep couloir is a broken boot. It has a stiff flex and a Firm Flex PowerUP tongue for the support and response you need for shredding technical terrain, and increased negative flex improves comfort while skinning. Sleeping Bag reflective foil traps heat to keep your feet warm when you set out before the sun comes up. The new Life Liner's DryRide Heat Cycle lining features thermally activated carbon threads that capture and radiate body heat while wicking heat robbing moisture so your feet stay dry and toasty. The Tuff Cuff offers stiff medial and lateral support so you don't topple over while skinning, but still allows free heel to toe flex so you can get nice long strides while climbing. Total Comfort Construction means this boot feels broken in straight out of the box. The Low Profile EST Optimized midsole offers a more direct connection to your board and better board feel for improved stability and response without sacrificing cushioning. Speaking of cushioning, the Level 2 EVA footbed and B3 Gel absorb shock and vibrations to cushion harsh impacts and smooth out the ride in rough terrain. The Vibram EcoStep outsole is extremely durable, and it has rubber ice spikes that help you keep your footing when you're crossing razor thin ridges and bootpacking up the last few icy steps to the peak. Finally, the Tourist features a heel welt so you can attach crampons if you decide to get seriously adventurous and add some mountaineering to the mix.