Upgraded with a dual Boa closure, the Binary Boa dials in your ideal fit and feel within mere seconds, leaving your friends to dash for first tracks while you load onto first chair with an ear-to-ear grin. This Boa system uses two separate dials to fine-tune the fit over the upper and lower zones independently. Crank both super tight for the utmost in response and stiffness or leave them a bit looser for extra freestyle mobility. Either way, the tightness is customizable with the simple turn of a dial for effortless on-the-fly adjustments. Based off the same award-winning design as the Lashed Boot, the Binary Boa features a versatile mid-level flex that's home anywhere on the mountain, whether that's early-morning tree runs or slushy afternoon park laps. Its articulated cuff gives it a more freestyle-friendly flex when you're tweaking out grabs and pressing through the park. Inside the boot, the heat-moldable Intuition Foam not only improves the boot's fit by customizing it to your individual foot shape, but also eliminates painful pressure points. Rounding out this boot, the Performance Rubber outsole uses Energy Foam to smooth out the ride when you're faced with descending two thousand feet of bumped-up snow at the end of a powder day.
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ThirtyTwo Binary Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's
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