ThirtyTwo Lashed Double BOA Snowboard Boot - Women's

ThirtyTwo Lashed Double BOA Snowboard Boot - Women's
ThirtyTwo Lashed Double BOA Snowboard Boot - Women's
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Lashed Double BOA Snowboard Boot - Women's by ThirtyTwo
For boarders who want to rip the park as badly as they want to venture into steep, technical terrain, the Lashed Double Boa Boot is the obvious choice. With a versatile fit that can be dialed in on the go, this boot boasts a Boa tightening system on both the outer shell and the liner to allow you to pick what type of riding you want to do and adjust the flex accordingly for your terrain of choice. Some laps through the terrain park' Loosen up the Boa system to yield a softer flexing boot. How about some runs through Mary's Chutes' Dial those suckers down to achieve total stiffness for your powder pleasure. Then, the boot's Team Liner is heat-moldable so you can customize it to replicate the exact contours of your foot and avoid hot spots, heel rise and other annoyances, while the impact-absorbing footbed and Evolution Foam outsole cushion your feet through high-speed chatter and flat landings.

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SKU: TTW00DQ
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