The people's choice.
Thirty Two's bestselling model, the Lashed Snowboard Boot, has arguably the closest thing to a cult following that a snowboard boot can have. And with a heat-moldable Intuition liner, ultra-light STI Evolution outsole, and tried-and-true traditional lacing, it's easy to see why. From the streets to the resort to the backcountry, the Lashed never fails to do its part; the rest is up to you.
- Traditional lacing is reliable and secure
- STI Evolution foam outsole cushions better than traditional foams and is drastically lighter than rubber
- Articulating cuff allows for natural leg flex while still providing support, and 3D tongue reduces overlap between shell and liner
- Level 3 Intuition Ultralon liner is heat-moldable and features dual-density foam for comfort and warmth, internal overlays for optimal heel hold, and external overlays for support and response
- Level 2 molded PU footbed is comfortable and absorbs impact
- Inner-ankle lacing system provides superior heel hold for reduced fatigue
- Aegis anti-microbial treatment prevents foot funk
- 1:1 lasting means that each size and half-size has its own last for superior fit
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ripped laces & holes less than 10 days
ive worn these boots for not even 10 days of riding and the laces started to rip and the lace hole that support where the laces should be also ripped. Its an overall good boot. good flex for jibs, keeps your toes warm on the cold days,and the sizing is on point (might run a tad small but not too much to notice).
Hi, i'm going to replace my Vans 11 size...
Hi, i'm going to replace my Vans 11 size boots with this one. Should i get them sized up (11,5)? Or take them with 11 size?
I would recommend the 11's. From my experience with thirty two's, the boots break in pretty quick and are pretty soft, going up to the 11.5 is just going to result in a sloppy fit once you've broken them in.
Boots are really comfortable, my legs feel like in heaven. Just what i've expected from thirtytwo. Best buy!
This boot is awesome!
I bought these boots mid-season and they're awesome! They ran a little small, I usually wear an 10.5-11 in most shoes, I wear an 11.5 in this boot. I've been out half a dozen long sessions and they're awesome. They stay tight, they stay warm, they stay dry and they're super comfortable. This is my first year out, so I've crashed probably 40 times in them and they have a lot of support.
2 Seasons Still Great
I am coming to the end of my second season with these boots and I couldn't be happier. Still have great fit and haven't seemed to pack out much like other boots. Laces are still intact, sole is still in great condition, and the inner lacing system is holding up very well, even with the finer cord. I wear a 13 shoe and a 13 in these boots, although they do seem to have a little wider toe box in the foot print. They are a little tight in the 390 Boss Bindings but that could just be because I have giant feet. I will continue to buy 32 boots as long as I ride. These boots are fairly soft but still stiff enough to feel comfortable when doing the bigger, steeper, lines.
Best Boots I have worn
Light, comfy, and forgiving flex. I've had these boots for 2 seasons now and love them. The lightest boots I have tried. Once they are broken in they provide a good amount of flex. I would suggest sizing up 1/2 size from your street shoes. I wear size 10 in street and 10.5 in the 32 Lashed, fit perfectly.
Are these boots true to size or would you...
Are these boots true to size or would you have to "size up".
I have size 13 shoes and wear a size 13 boot. If you like a looser feel maybe go half size up if you can. These boots will mold around your foot very well once you work them in.
Are these boots true to size or would you...
Are these boots true to size or would you have to "size up".
Top class boot for all mountain use. I have had 2 pairs now, my favourite boot to date!
these boots are great and pretty comfy. I never use the footbeds that come with the boots, they cause foot numbing on the front foot. I use footbeds from a pair of hiking shoes. Also the top part on the backside of the liner seems to wear on the back of my legs but its not that bad. I feel eventually the first thing to break on these boots would be the lace straps but so far no damage is showing. I wouldn't recommend resting your board on these boots while riding the lift. However, I would recommend these boots to a friend.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I purchased these based on the recommendation of a BC chat person. I was hesitant purchasing online b/c I was buying a boot with out fitting first.
No issues! Love the boots, comfortable, durable and ever so awesome!
I also recommend these :D
Ive been riding the 32 lashed for a good 10 years now. Its my favorite boot. Really good support and great feel.
Use these in the park
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share
I bought these for my boyfriend, and he said they keep his feet warm and are way comfortable. The flex is also a plus!
these boots are so soft its terrible, i have road the lashed for the past 5 years and these are by far the worst. My toes freeze in them dont buy them honestly
Perfect light weight boot. They do run a bit large so I opted for the 10 instead of the 10.5. The heat molding made them so much more comfortable. This is by far the best boot I have owned!
These boots look great and a couple of my...
These boots look great and a couple of my friends have them and they said that they were fantastic for the park. My question is, that I am a size 10.5 and I was wondering what size bindings I would need? (Medium/Large) can someone please help??
I have a size 10 pair on some 2012 L cartels and here's what ive noticed
-Boot fits perfectly in the cage
-toe fits perfectly on the gas pedal in the front at the smallest position
-ratchets go pretty far down on the ladders when theyre set up perfectly, this is my only complaint but there is still room for tightening.
if say go with a L for the adjustment, the M may be kind of maxed out and we all know its a pain in the ass trying to get a cap/pad ratchet to reach the ladders on a small binding.
large for sure
Write your question here...if i wear a...
Write your question here...if i wear a size 11 shoe what size should i get?
With thirtytwo, I size up a half size. I wear a 10.5 shoe, but fit size 11 Lashed.
Together By Chance, Down By Choice
Kinda got stuck with this bad boy because I was sick of my crap boots. Before, I never gave my boots thought. I had a $#!T pair of 5150's. It was always about the board/bindings set up.
When I decided enough was enough and I was gonna get some new boots, I decided to cheap out, and got hooked up cheap with these from a friend who won a free pair of Vans at a contest at one of out local shops.
Slipped them on, and I finally knew what I was missing.
I'm primarily a park guy, so I got lucky these boots were the one's he had when he won.
Perfect support in the ankle, amazing at shock absorbing - less problematic stomping. Flawless motion transfer from me to my board thanks to stiffness in all the right places. Kept my feet warm, kept them dry, and have yet to fail me in any way.
Final Verdict. Buy this boot if you want to rip up some rails and kickers.