TM-Two XLT Bone Zone Snowboard Boot - Men's by ThirtyTwo
A pre-season proving grounds at one of Utah's most iconic mountains, the Bone Zone has always been a muddy, man-made Mecca for boarders looking to dial their tricks before the lifts start spinning. But to actually experience this pre-winter wonderland, a lot of hiking, climbing, digging, and building is required, which is exactly what ThirtyTwo had in mind when designing the TM-Two XLT Bone Zone Snowboard Boot. The stiffer flex, articulated cuff, and performance backstay keep you locked in with reliable support and response when you're hiking the same wooden rail for hours on end, while the traditional laces, tongue tension system, and new Performance Internal Harness put the level of snugness in your hands, so you can customize how stiff and supportive you'd like it. Although it's designed with the aggressive freestyle rider in mind, the boot's TM-Two XLT basis means it's no slouch when you're dropping into Snake Creek's powdery trees or getting rowdy on Milly's steeper terrain. Inside the TM-Two XLT Boot, the Level 3 Intuition heat-moldable liner forms to the exact shape of your foot for plush comfort that won't break down, while a heel hold system locks down your heel from lifting when you're working on euro carves once the lifts start spinning. Meanwhile, an Intuition heat-moldable footbed adds tons of cushioning on heavy landings thanks to a dual-density Evolution foam heel pod. Plus, a tough-as-nails Vibram sole grips and rips icy parking lots and icy boot packs with ease, making it a worthy upgrade over the EVA outsoles you'll find on cheaper boots.
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