ThirtyTwo Shifty BOA Snowboard Boot - Women's

ThirtyTwo Shifty BOA Snowboard Boot - Women's
ThirtyTwo Shifty BOA Snowboard Boot - Women's
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Shifty BOA Snowboard Boot - Women's by ThirtyTwo
ThirtyTwo changed the game when it comes to entry-level boots by stuffing an incredible amount of comfort and convenience into their Shifty Boa Snowboard Boot, and without the usual staggering price tag. Its Boa lacing system tightens the boot with its tongue-mounted dial to allow you to fine-tune its fit and feel to your exact riding preferences. Complementing the Boa system tight cinch, ThirtyTwo added its 3D-molded tongue to take the pressure points out of the equation. Perfect for beginners or riders that prefer a softer flex, these boots focus on comfort so you can stay on the mountain and learn stylish carves and rail tricks alike.

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SKU: TTWT135
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