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Burton  Maker:  Burton
 Category:  Boots
 Model:  Hail
 Year:  2007
 Price:  $219 (MSRP)

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4 votes and 2 reviews
Burton Hail, 2007
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The fully loaded Hail™ features tech trickled down from the futuristic SL-9™. The innovative articulating cuff separates the shell into upper and lower zones for smooth flex with minimal shell distortion. Prepare for improved fit and juiced-up heel hold through the full range of the boot’s flex. The multi-zonal outsole with advanced air cushioning absorbs tremendous amounts of shock while magnifying board feel.
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by Anonymous on 10.10.2010
Strengths: love em
by croninan on 07.08.2007
Strengths: really comfortable, not too stiff, WILL NOT SMELL i`ve rode in them about 40 to 50 times and no odors. plus an all around smooth look...highly recomended
Weaknesses: i owned the 2006 model also and tech wise they are identical. not to say they aren`t a quality boot i just hoped for some improvement. also burton altered the lacing system slightly in the 2007 model which makes it a pain to put in new laces. the new system does keep the tonge centered tho. hope this helps

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Hail 2006
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Storm the park. In an age of park rats, devour the pack like a cat with the skate-inspired prowess of the Hail. New for 06, the shell uses an articulating cuff trickled down from the SL-8 for two distinctive flex zones. The upper cuff is entirely separate from the rest of the boot for better forward mobility and increased edge-to-edge response ... More»

by Anonymous on 01.02.2006
Strengths: I spent the whole day boarding. My boots have no bad odor. I left them overnight and still these things don't stink.

by ddot7 on 12.29.2005
Strengths: Light weight, comfortable, not bulky, good flexibility

Hail 2011
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From manhandling urban zones to backwoods kickers, the Hail™ is all about high-grade hucking power. Forget about its NEW Stay-Puft padded tongue, extra-smooth Articulating Cuff , and extra large air bag. Pay no attention to the fully-loaded, ultra cush Flex 2 Liner , reduced weight and footprint of Shrinkage™, and sole-saving Park 2 Footbed. Ride... More»

by SnowSun on 01.20.2012
Strengths: Really comfortable boots. Stay-Puft tongue is the best thing ever on these things. Super Grip Toe is great too. Flex Liner is awesome - definitely way better than the Imprints 1, 2, and 3 - and can`t possibly pack out in the toe box.
Weaknesses: Not a fan of the holes at the ankles. Needs a gusset or something for the spring soggy days. Footbed is cushy but offers no heel support at all, so I put one in that does.