Lashed Premium Lace Snowboard Boot - Men's by ThirtyTwo
Give yourself and your feet a big upgrade in comfort and performance this winter with the ThirtyTwo Lashed Premium Lace Snowboard Boot. Offering top-tier stiffness that won't buckle under pressure, the Lashed is built for charging steeps, pow, and technical terrain (or all three at once), and still having some gas left under the hood for light park play and good-old-fashioned groomer shredding. Supporting and maintaining stiffness throughout the lifetime of the boot, the Lashed has a 3D molded tongue, Power Cuff, and articulated cuff that serve to extend rigidity for multiple seasons of use. The Performance liner is thermo-moldable, so you can customize down to your exact specifications, and it includes a hook-and-loop power strip that locks your foot in and prevents your heel from rising up out of the heelcup. Traditional external lacing permits you to fasten the boot to your desired tightness, and the Nikwax coating provides an extra dose of waterproofing to the stylish upper, so whether it's corn, slush, pow or chunder, the Lashed will chew it up, spit it out, and still ask for seconds.
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