Sean Sewellwrote a review of ThirtyTwo Jones MTB Snowboard Boot - Men's on January 14, 2016
Familiarity: I've used it several times
These boots pack a lot of punch and should be at the top of your list if you are looking at splitboard boots. These are much stiffer than the other boots we have testing this year. They flex comfortably when skinning up and are very responsive on the way down. The stiffness also helps transfer power to the boards when touring up as you have lots of stiffness from side – not quite hard boot, but getting close! I usually keep my boot uppers loose to allow for more articulation – even with them loose the boots were very stiff. Perhaps the stiffest part of the boot was towards the toes – they did not give at all there and were hard to get our feet into the first few times. (Note – I have bad feet that don’t bend well anyway.)
After a few days of touring and several evenings of wearing them, they have broken in to what we think is a supportive, stiff (yet flexible enough) and functional boot. The build quality is top notch. The profile is reduced more than any other splitboard boot and the streamlined profile is a nice change of pace from having steps/laces/adjustments everywhere. This might just be the best splitboard boot yet.
check out the video review - http://engearment.com/snowboarding/splitboarding/thirtytwo-mtb-jeremy-jones-boot/