Mutiny Lace-Up Snowboarding Boots Will Change Your Life.

When you purchase a pair of DC snowboarding boots. You get a distinct feeling of quality and comfort. This isn’t lost with Mutiny Lace-Up snowboard boots.

With these snowboard boots you’ll get a very comfortable boot, with an extremely reliable lacing system. The boots themselves come in 4 different colors.

  1. Grey
  2. Olive Night (cool sounding name)
  3. Black
  4. Wheat

If you’ve read any of my other boot articles you’ll know that I’m not a huge fan of laces. However I’d give these a try. The’ve put a lot of thought into erasing pinch points and have direct power lacing on these (This is a fancy way of saying lace hooks)

However if you’re looking for a decent and comfortable pair of snowboard boots, and you don’t have a ton of money. The Mutiny Lace-Up could be for you.

Mutiny Lace-Up Stats

We should get to the reason you came to this site. I rate snowboard boots for 3 different categories, and I might switch these up soon and sometimes I realize they’re ambiguous.

  • Comfort: 4
  • Boot Durability: 4
  • BOA Durability: 4
  • Foot Warmth: 3.5
  • Adjustability: 3
  • Shock Absorbing: 3.5
  • East Off & On: 3

Aggregate Score: 3.57/5

Mutiny Snowboard Boot Stats Explained:

All of these stats are based on a 1-5 scale. With 5 being the best and 1 being no very good, or the worst. Below is my reasoning, if you don’t agree please comment below. I’d like to hear your thoughts.

Comfort: 4

I gave them a comfort level of 4 because they’re still DC Snowboard Boots, and I always feel that they’ve been molded for my feet.

They have a lot of padding inside, which will lead to some packing out, but as long as you purchase the correct size (or have a size smaller) you’ll be fine in these for a few years to come.

Boot Durability: 4

I gave these a 4 because all of my old DC Boots still work great. They might have the same stiffness as before, but they are still super comfortable. More testing is needed for these, but DC has a great track record on this.

BOA Durability: 4

Two Words: Lifetime Warranty. Boa will replace the pieces free of charge. It doesn’t matter if it’s the wire or the spool, they’ll send you a repair kit at no charge (as of the time of the writing of this article). I’ve done it a few times and it took me 15 minutes.

The boot will wear out before the warranty wears out.

Foot Warmth: 3.5

As long as you get the right size you should be good. Due to packing out and laces becoming loose I gave it a slightly lower score. However you still shouldn’t have a huge issue as you’ll grow accustomed to them.

Adjustability: 3

There isn’t a lot to adjust with laces. Most of my boa reviews get 4s or 5s but laces need constant adjustment. In addition to that it takes longer to adjust them. That’s the reason they have the score I’ve given them.

Shock Absorbing: 3.5

To get the best shock absorption I’d recommend pairing these up with a pair of ride bindings. Either the Ride Rodeo or the Ride Capo. Either would be epic.

East Off & On: 3

Laces are pretty bad for ease on and off speed. If I’m out riding with friends I’m already had a drink or two by the time their boots are on.

My Feelings About The Boots:

I’ll be honest, I’m still not a fan of laces. I don’t think I ever will be. I get impatient and want to go riding but have to lace the boots up.

Anyway, The DC boots are extremely comfortable. The lace points are spread out enough to dodge pinch points, but close enough to help you maintain control.

I’d say the Mutiny Lace-up snowboard boots are good for All mountain riding and some park riding. however they are a bit on the stiff side for park riding.

But whatever if that’s what you’re into, I don’t care.

Shred on.

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