ThirtyTwo Lashed Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's

ThirtyTwo Lashed Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's
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Lashed Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's by ThirtyTwo
Price subject to change | SKU: TTW009K

ThirtyTwo Lashed Boa Snowboard Boot - Women's

As the perennial best-seller in ThirtyTwo's line, the ThirtyTwo Women's Lashed Boa Snowboard Boot provides the quick-lacing convenience and supportive comfort desired by ladies ripping everything from thirty-foot jumps to pow stashes in the trees. The Boa lacing system quickly tightens the entire boot with the quick spin of its dial, eliminating the pesky laces of traditional boots. Not only does this system get you onto the lifts faster than all your friends, but just as importantly, it releases quickly when you're getting ready to drive back home after an epic day of riding. The Lashed Boa is incredibly versatile, courtesy of a mid-level flex that harmoniously balances support with all-day comfort. Articulated flex notches in the boot's shell allow you to tweak out tricks and lay into presses with ease, all without breaking down prematurely over the course of the season. Providing a truly customized fit, the Level 2 Intuition Foam liner molds to the unique contours of your feet as you ride. Integrated J-bars and heel hold pockets (within the liner) prevent unwanted heel lift when you're carving at high speeds. And to ensure a feathery-light feel underfoot, the STI Evolution Foam sole shaves precious weight while absorbing nasty vibration from flat landings and choppy snow conditions.

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