DC Snowboards is rolling out 4 boots for the 2021/2022 season that integrate the Burton Step-On interface. You’ll still have to go to Burton to buy the bindings but it looks like they’ve opened up to licensing out their strapless binding technology to third party boot makers. It will be interesting to see if other boot companies follow suit.
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