In 1975, Inze Bont created his first fiberglass boot which revolutionized the entire skating industry. That boot was called the Super Bont. The new Super B boot pays homage to the original design of the Super Bont!
BONT SUPER B Derby Boots!
In 1975, Inze Bont created his first fiberglass boot which revolutionized the entire skating industry. That boot was called the Super Bont. The structure of the Super Bont boot was copied not only by short track boot makers but also long track, quads, and cycling shoes. The new Super B boot pays homage to the original design of the Super Bont.
• The Super B uses premium full-grain Australian cowhide is used for the outer skin of the Super B
• This leather is low maintenance and durable at 1.2mm thick it also has stretch
• Same exact fit as the Quadstar (wider toebox). Also available in semi-custom
• 2 Models Available – Derby and Speed
• Super B Derby is higher cut at the cuff and has additional toe protection
• Super B Racer (Speed version) is low cut and made without the additional protection to save weight
BONT Boot Sizing
It's critical to get this part right prior to ordering! This size chart shows the exact size of the foot form or 'last' that is used to create each specific size of BONT boots. As a basic rule, most skaters like their boots to be 3-4mm longer than the last. This allows for your feet to grow in length when the boots are tightened. If you like your boots super tight, then just add 1-2mm but be warned, your toes will touch the end and possibly be scrunched. To find your size, place a tape measure on a flat surface up against a wall. Stand on the tape measure with your heel against the wall. If you use a ruler, take into consideration that most rulers have a gap where there are no measurements. Look down and take the measurement from your longest toe. Then use the MM scale on the size chart to find your size...
Here are some examples of mm sizes and the boot size that BONT recommends:
253mm + 4mm you should order size 6.5
258mm + 4mm you should order size 7
273mm + 4mm you should order size 9
291mm + 4mm you should order size 11
Ready to Order your New BONTS?
If you are confident you have selected the right BONT size for yourself, by this measuring method or maybe you have had BONT boots before or tried a friends on, or tried actual BONT sizing stock somehwere in person (available by appointment at Rollerskatin.ca) then you are all set to order your BONT boot or skate! if you want to doublecheck everything with us to make sure you order the right size please send an email to: CustomerService@RollerSkatin.ca