While other manufacturers are content with keeping their entry-level boots an ill-fitting and uncomfortable affair, ThirtyTwo stuffed an incredible amount of comfort and convenience into the Men's Shifty Boa Snowboard Boot--all without penalizing you with a lofty price tag. It's packing a Boa lacing system, which tightens the boot with the quick flick of its tongue-mounted dial. This allows you to fine-tune its fit and feel to your exact riding preferences, all without fumbling with traditional laces or freezing your hands re-adjusting the boot on the mountain. Seeing the Boa system cinches tightly, ThirtyTwo adds their Comfy Tongue to take the pressure points out of the equation. Inside the Shifty Boa, you'll find ThirtyTwo's Comfort Fit liner, which is lined with micro-fleece for a cozy-warm feel without irritation. This liner is comprised of Intuition foam for an adaptive, heat-moldable fit that wraps your feet in heavenly comfort. The liner is a bit stiffer straight from the box, but molds to the unique contours of your feet as your ride throughout the season. It's finished with an internal lacing system that tightens over the liner to eliminate heel lift, as well as a Performance Rubber sole for plentiful grip across icy parking lots and hardpack runs at the resort.
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ThirtyTwo Shifty Boa Snowboard Boot - Men's
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