Lashed Double Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's by ThirtyTwo
Keeping up with your need for speed, ThirtyTwo added the quick-lacing convenience and dialed support of Boa to the legendary freestyle performance of the iconic Lashed boot. Two separate boa closures allow you to separately adjust the upper and lower zones in seconds and lock in the perfect fit, and the versatile medium flex excels from the terrain park to powder fields. Plushly wrapping your feet with a customized fit, the Team liner features heat-moldable Intuition Foam that conforms to the shape of your feet throughout the season. Pairing well with the plush liner, the Level 2 molded EVA footbed disperses shock and excess vibration for a smoother riding experience. The articulated shell allows for fluid flexibility when you're tweaking out grabs and perfecting presses in the jib park, while the Performance Backstay offers improved energy transfer when you're carving at high speeds. The internal ankle lacing system keeps your heel from lifting, improving response while reducing fatigue. And to ensure the boot stays incredibly light, the STI Evolution Foam sole shaves precious weight while creating a low-profile, skate-like feel underfoot.
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