No, you have to use boots specific to those bindings. I'm not sure if you have Clickers, the old Switch step in's or something else but I can tell you it is going to be hard to find boots for them and you need to get rid of them! Step in's are outdated and can be unsafe. Flow and K2 make alternative's to these methods that allow you to use any brand of snowboard boot as well and get the performance and response you need.
No, not all snowboard boots will fit in all bindings. Its good to try and get the same brand of boots and bindings, that way you know they were made to fit together. If you don't plan on buying the same brand make sure you bring your boots with you before you buy new bindings to make sure they fit and are comfortable.
Boots yes, bindings no. Burton have a different locking mechanism for their bindings. So you can't use say DC bindings on a Burton board. However you can use Burton bindings on a DC board, as you can buy a converter that will allow them to work in a standard 4 bolt locking system.
Simply put...no. Snowboard boots are designed the way they are for a reason. A normal snow boot lacks the support of a snowboard one and a lot of the cushioning on the sole and other key areas. They are designed this way to prevent foot and especially ankle injuries. Snowboard boots are also all around bigger to fill in the binding more and provide better control.
No they do not. If you have a smaller boot, your bindings will be smaller. Once you have about a size 12 boot you will have a wider board and once you have that you wont have to really worry about getting a new board once it's wider. That's the type of board you get when your an adult because you will have bigger feet then. There won't be anymore issue's with upgrading your board. All you will have to buy bigger binds in you need them.
It would depend on your boot but I would highly recommend using the boots that work with your bindings.
Yes, combat boots can be used as snow boots. The ACU boots will work, but not as well as BDU boots.
Not sure what you mean by snowboard binding shoes; But if your meaning boots specifically made for snowboarding, NO. When snowboarding was starting to get popular in the 80's there was no such thing as snowboard boots. You could wear Sorels and be just fine. If you are looking to teach a youngster the sport these types of boots will work just fine. Don't waste $100-200 dollars on a brand name boot for the purpose of learning on the hill behind the house.
yes they will!!!
Johnston and Murphy sell shoes for both men and women. They range from athletic shoes to more formal shoes. They also carry boots for work and boots for rain and snow.
wear 2 pairs of socks because each pair keeps in warmth if this doesnt work try snow boots with fur inside i hope ive helped
My boyfriend has Columbia Bugaboots and they look good while keeping his feet warm and dry.
Gorilla work boots are made by Carolina Shoe Company.
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Any leather boots will work great. You can also use work boots that have heavy support.
Work boots for women are available for purchase at Sears, Kmart, Red Wing Shoes and Target. These boots are available online at Tractor Supply, Amazon and Online Boots.