When a typical day on the board for you consists of ripping through the biggest features in the park and checking off big-mountain, technical lines, rely on the ThirtyTwo TM-Two XLT Snowboard Boot's highly responsive feel and aggressive traction to handle it all with aplomb. Grippy Vibram rubber in the outsole and a rubber toe cap bolster performance in no-fall zones, while the classic lace-up design lets you cinch down the boot tightly, with a tongue tension system preventing unwanted heel lift on high-speed carves. The boot's articulated cuff preserves its shape over time, preventing shell distortion by fluidly flexing, making it extra supportive for charging hard. Blissfully conforming to your feet, the Performance liner uses Intuition Foam for a precise, heat-molded fit, along with an internal harness that cinches tightly to prevent excess foot movement. There's a Dual Power Wrap closure atop the liner, which tightens down for maximum security. And because it's meant for icy walks across the resort lot and demanding boot-packs above treeline, the rugged Vibram sole has hiking-specific traction, alongside a heel welt for use with crampons on backcountry missions.
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ThirtyTwo TM-Two XLT Snowboard Boot - Men's
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