Back bowls to back fives.
Upgrading ThirtyTwo's best-selling Lashed with dual Boa dials, the ThirtyTwo Men's Binary Boa Snowboard Boot offers all-terrain freestyle support with precise control over the upper and lower zones. Crank each dial tightly for the utmost in response and support or keep them a bit looser for more freestyle freedom. Either way, the boot's tightness is totally customizable, allowing you to seamlessly transfer from powder runs to park laps without sacrificing response or control.
Loaded with a heat-moldable Level 2 Intuition Foam liner, the Binary Boa offers a custom fit without painful pressure points. Heat mold them right away for a great fit straight from the box or ride them a few times for the same foot-conforming fit. Adding to the boot's incredibly comfortable feel, the Level 2 footbed cushions your feet from heavy impact with its custom-molded EVA, complete with arch support and a molded-TPU heel cradle. Additionally, its Evolution foam sole shaves serious weight while dampening vibration from rough snow conditions.
- Dual Boa closure
- Articulated cuff + 3D-molded tongue
- Level 2 Intuition Foam liner
- Level 2 footbed with arch support
- Evolution foam sole
- Item #TTW005V
- Q & A
Thirtytwo Binary Boa Snowboard Boot
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
First let me say ThirtyTwo is the first company i go to when looking for a snowboard boot. From a young age I used ThirtyTwo lashed which has been standard issue for those who's pockets are lined with cash but needed a product which would perform and hold up to the abuse of 30+ days a season. These boots are a product of that boot, and have done a great job ingratiating the dual zone BOA system. The heat moldable level 2 intuition foam liner takes some time to pack in. A way to minimize this period is by heat molding these liners. The EVA foam in the heel works wonders soaking up impact, and TPU heel cradle eliminates all heel lift. I am also a huge fan of the sole of this boot. Everything is just really simple, and perfect. Its a medium flexing boot that can do it all. I have used this boot riding in the backcountry, all mountain, park, and i wouldnt rely on any other boot. Do your self a favor and upgrade your boots to the Binary's, you wont regret it.