Perpetual best-seller for a reason.
It's no coincidence that the ThirtyTwo Men's Lashed Snowboard Boot remains the world's top-selling shred boot. This medium-flexing boot is loved by park rats and all-mountain chargers alike, thanks to its versatile, go-anywhere performance and custom-fitting Intuition foam liner.
Designed to keep your feet happy from first chair 'til last call, the boot's thermo-moldable Level 2 liner features dual-density Intuition foam for a truly custom fit, especially if you heat mold 'em right from the box. It also has a neoprene toe box that lets you toes sprawl out a bit more. The molded-EVA Level 2 footbed absorbs nasty vibrations when you stick heavy jump landings and ride over rough, bumpy terrain. Adding proper arch support, the molded EVA footbed makes for a supremely comfortable fit.
Engineered to withstand abuse from hardcore, 100-day-a-year riders, the boot's articulating cuff eliminates shell distortion, helping the Lashed retain its shape for a proper fit throughout the entire season. Its 3D-molded tongue ensures an even flex without pressure points for a better overall feel, and its Performance backstay increases durability, especially where the boot rubs against your binding's highback. Additionally, the Lashed is equipped with a high-density Evolution foam sole for lightweight performance and ample traction on icy, hard-packed snow.
- Traditional lacing
- Level 2 heat-moldable liner with Intuition foam
- Performance backstay
- Articulated cuff
- Level 2 molded EVA footbed
- Combination Evolution foam outsole
- Internal lacing system
- Item #TTW005Z
- Q & A
A favorite at the local hill
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The ThirtyTwo Lashed have built up quite the reputation behind them, from beginner snowboarders all the way up to sponsored professionals. They are a great medium-soft boot with a ton of cushion that is favored by park riders to help you with that steezy tweak. The heat moldable Intuition liners are an awesome touch, and makes break in comfort much easier so you aren't hurting on opening day. I always recommend something from ThirtyTwo when someone is looking for a sweet pair of boots to further their progression. If you prefer something stiffer, I'd highly suggest taking a look at the ThirtyTwo TM-Twos.
These fit true to size, my toes were a tad bit crunched with my street shoe size but the toebox will pack out one you heat mold them and start riding in them.
The only boot that goes on these feet!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Love the true fit of this , plus having the option of heat molding this with the intuition liner makes it a plus as well , the keep my feet warm on the wicked cold days and then switch to thin socks in the spring and have a super comfortable ride to , i use these with the union force bindings , and have stuck with this same combo for years , have yet to find a better all around fit.
2016 Thirtytwo Lashed Snowboard Boot Review
Big Jay over at Milo Sport reviews the 2016 Thirtytwo Lashed Snowboard Boot
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This is a good medium-soft boot. Fit is great if you have wide feet, I've had issues with most other brands running too narrow for me. Good boot overall, particularly for the price, although the liner could have been designed with a better lacing system. The liner's quick laces should extend above the ankle, instead they only lace low and it's difficult to have a snug fit without hitting pressure points. I traditionally run my boots pretty tight so take that with a grain of salt. As other reviewers have noted, size up a half-size. I'm a true 10.5 and purchased an 11 in these. I tried on other ThirtyTwo boots this year and found that to be the case as well.
These were a gift since their last pair (not a pair of 32's) were ripped to shreds. They got them just in time to break them in in the waist deep powder at Tahoe. Classic Snowboard Boot and great fit.
2015 32 lashed
the boots came in, i typically wear a 10.5 shoe, and i had ordered a 10.5 boot but it was really really snug, i ordered another pair in size 11 that came in, these had more toe room but still felt snug. i plan to heat mold them so im hoping they loosn up but not too much.
Does the boot come with instructions on how to heat-mold the liner? Is this something that can be done at home without specialized equipment?
Great question. There are a few ways to go about molding the boots to your feet.
1- take them to a shop that has the special equipment for heating up the boots and then you can heat mold them that way. Down fall to this is you mold the boots to your feet while you're just standing there and not while riding.
2- You take these out and the heat of your feet and a few days of riding will get these to mold to your feet in the way your feet are positioned while riding.
Feel free to hit me up with your snowboarding questions!