List Price US $199
Burton Tyro Review And Buying Advice
Riding Level Beginner - Advanced
Lacing Type Single BOA
Manufactured in China


Turn Initiation



True To Size

Boot Width


Comfort Good
Heel Hold Good
Adjustability Poor
Reduced Footprint Great

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Flex Retention Average
Shock Absorption Average
Traction Good
On & Off Ease Great
Warmth Good

Burton Tyro 2014 - 2013 Review by The Good Ride

The Burton Tyro is Burton’s venture into BOA type boots with a design they call “Speed Dial”.  It’s quick and there is some beginner to intermediate riders that just like the easy set up that it offers. The one difference between this BOA and other BOA boots is this BOA doesn’t use a steel cable but instead, it’s the same lace in speed lace attached to a BOA like a mechanism.  It’s also running through the same track that their other speed lace boots use so it’s very comfortable.

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The 2014 Burton Tyro is the call over the 2013 because it has a new outer shell with a little articulation in the ankle.  There is just a little more tech in the 2014 Tyro over the 2013. It’s a good boot for those that want a little more grip than speed lace around the ankle and are willing to sacrificial upper/lower adjustability to do so.

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