|Riding Level||Advanced - Expert|
|Lacing Type||Double BOA|
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DC Mora 2016 - 2010 Review by The Good Ride
The DC Mora is for the very aggressive rider and loaded with DC’s high end tech. It is here to compete with the Burton Supreme and others like it. Most DC boots have a very flexy forward lean but these don’t. They are stiff as it gets and rival the Salomon Optima.
The articulating cuff helps this boot with longevity and the flex shouldn’t change that much over time. The sole seems more tough than the other boots in the line but are made for impact protection with bigger landings. As a result he day in day out sole cushioning isn’t as good. DC has a great shell but as of late their liners have not been as comfortable and form fitting as they use to be. It’s not a deal breaker but it can take a little longer to break in the boots. Also each foot is different so you could read this review and they could be comfortable day one. One of the best parts of the Mora is the new BOA system in the 2012 model that is just like Burton’s speed lace. Many Double BOA boots share the middle part of the ankle so the upper and lower tighten up the same spot. The Mora has a completely separate upper and lower BOA system which makes this excellent when it comes to adjustability. All in all the DC Mora is a great boot and one of our favorite Double BOA boots out there.
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DC Mora User Reviews
We have the 2013 and 2017 DC Mora.
The liner for the 2013 Mora was thin and there were lots of pressure point when it was new.
A specific BOA tightness and tongue position has to be dead on in order to resolve the issues.
Liner packed out in less than a season.
Boots are still going strong with after market liner.
The liner for the 2017 Mora seem much more comfortable.
However, the upper and lower BOA both tie the middle of the ankle point.
BOA allow on the fly adjustment. If you adjust your boots multiple times a day, it is a no brainer.