ThirtyTwo Lashed Snowboard Boot - Men's

ThirtyTwo Lashed Snowboard Boot - Men's
ThirtyTwo Lashed Snowboard Boot - Men's
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Lashed Snowboard Boot - Men's by ThirtyTwo
The Lashed continues to be a global favorite thanks to its lightweight, low-profile design, medium flex, and versatile, go-anywhere performance from the park to the pipe. Conforming to your foot's shape, the Team liner offers a truly custom fit, especially if you heat mold them straight from the box, while the molded Team footbed absorbs impacts from heavy landings and bumpy terrain. Built for 100-day-a-year riders, the boot's articulated cuff eliminates shell distortion, helping the Lashed retain its support throughout the entire season. The 3D-molded tongue ensures an even flex without pressure points while the Performance Backstay increases durability where the boot rubs against your binding's highback. Additionally, the Lashed is equipped with an Evolution foam sole for lightweight performance and ample traction across icy, hard-packed snow.

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