ThirtyTwo Zephyr Snowboard Boot

ThirtyTwo Zephyr Snowboard Boot
ThirtyTwo Zephyr Snowboard Boot
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Zephyr Snowboard Boot by ThirtyTwo
The ThirtyTwo Snowboard Boots are perfect for the riders that take advantage of all styles but focus their energy on park sessions and upping their freestyle game in any terrain. Featuring a park-happy medium flex, the Zephyr's offer response when needed but allow you to press rails deep and bend your body to make stylish grabs. With a no-frills traditional lacing system, the Zephyr's are graced with reliable closure and are able to tighten upper and lower zones to the rider's preference. The Intuiton Team liner offers a heat-moldable fit to customize fit, and the combination of a Team footbed and STI Evolution Foam sole provides support and impact absorption for big landings. Go ahead, get out there and enjoy the whole mountain like a big terrain park.

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SKU: TTW00E6
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