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Lashed Double Boa Snowboard Boots 2021

$299.95
Color: black
Size: Size Chart
$299.95
Color: black
Size:
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Ride Style
All Mountain
All-purpose boots ensure support, control for all conditions and terrain
Flex
Medium
Versatile and responsive, ideal for riding all types of terrain
Liner
Performance
Designed for all-day comfort with added features for warmth & performance
Lacing System
Boa Cable
Locked-in, uniform fit that’s easy to adjust with gloves on
Overview

These boots are a favorite among Thirtytwo team rider Chris Bradshaw. With an upgraded performance outsole with evolution foam cushioning, the iconic Boa lacing system, and medium flex, these cozy boots will add a secured element to the mountainside.

Features
Key Features
  • Boa Closure System
  • 1:1 True Fit Outsole
Shell
  • 3D Molded Tongue
  • Articulated Cuff
Liner
  • Team Liner
  • Team Footbed
  • Team Internal Harness
Key Features

Boa Closure System - The Boa Closure System delivers a fit that hugs your feet and is backed by an ironclad lifetime guarantee, Boa proves that high performance and superb comfort can co-exist.

1:1 True Fit Outsole - Creating true half-sizes is another huge step in achieving the best fitting boots in the snowboard market. Test it for yourself, you won't be disappointed.

Shell

3D Molded Tongue - ThirtyTwo's 3D Molded Tongues wrap your foot for easier lacing, an even flex, and improved fit and heel hold.

Articulated Cuff - This advanced shell construction creates high performing, smooth flexing boots that are easier to lace and more durable. There is also less shell distortion, resulting in consistent heel hold through the full flex range.

Liner

Team Liner - Heat moldable, heel-hold kit, dual-density foam and fleece lining for comfort with a focus on performance.

Team Footbed - Molded Ortholite spring-back technology with a mesh topsheet for comfort.

Team Internal Harness - Standard height with medium support for a high flexibility and heel hold.

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