Stiff out of the box—signaling a long lifespan ahead of them—these boots were light and supportive while also providing a natural feel when lapping through the park. The aggressive flex never inhibited performance, but rather encouraged it, resulting in higher ollies, more stomped landings and an overall increase in rider confidence. Plus, with a heat-moldable liner for a customizable fit, as well as a dual-BOA system for efficiency and on-the-fly adjustments, the Felix proved to be a dialed, user-friendly design. And although response and control were paramount through each turn and hit, testers did find that long days on hill resulted in the emergence of a few aches and pains.

Boot Features & Details

  • Women’s Specific True Fit
  • Dual Zone Boa system
  • Total Comfort construction
  • Imprint 3 liner
  • MSRP $350.00

Rad: Stiff, durable design signals a long lifespan ahead of them.

Bad: Some testers noted foot aches and pains after a long day.


Stiff, light, and supportive, testers felt that the Felix was among the most durable boots in the test. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

The Dual Zone Boa System was efficient for on-the-fly adjustments, if needed. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

Burton’s high-end Imprint 3 liner is heat-moldable for a customized fit. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

While testers found this boot to be on the stiffer end of the spectrum, with its Total Comfort Construction, the Felix provided a broken-in feeling straight out of the box. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

A Level 1 Molded EVA Footbed offers lightweight impact absorption. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

The aggressive DynoBITE EST Outsole places added traction and durability along the forefoot and heel. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen


Tested + Approved 2019 presented by evo.com

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We start the Tested + Approved process by reaching out to brands with reputable product offerings, asking them to submit qualifying gear across an array of categories. We then distribute this gear to insightful, diehard shredders across the country with distinguished product knowledge and an astute ability to critique it. Committed to eliminating inferior items, blown out soles, busted zippers, fogged up lenses, and gimmicky tech is sifted out. What remains is a collection of the industry’s most proven products; all of it Tested + Approved.

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