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Tested and approved season after season by the entire ThirtyTwo team—ranging from the likes of Scott Stevens to Simon Chamberlain—the ThirtyTwo TM-Two Snowboard Boot is dialed-in for comfort, performance, and durability. Featuring a medium-stiff flex and ThirtyTwo's top-dog Level 3 liner and footbed, the TM-Two is equipped to offer serious support and just enough flex to get jibby throughout the entire mountain, from park runs to secret tree stashes and bonks.

Offering a totally custom fit, the TM-Two's heat-moldable Intuition liner, molded footbed, and 3D molded tongue cradle your foot for comfort that lasts from early morning hot laps to last chair. Eliminating the need for a heavy rubber outsole, STI Evolution foam not only dramatically reduces the TM-Two's weight, but it offers better cushioning than traditional foam materials for a supremely cushy ride. System G2 Gel, placed in the rear heel of the boot, absorbs flat landings and rough impacts without the risk of popping or detonating, as is often the case with heel airbags. For an enhanced range of motion, an articulating cuff offers a smooth flex with less shell distortion, thus offering a more consistent heel hold over time.

  • Medium-stiff flex
  • Heat moldable Intuition foam liner with molded footbed
  • STI Evolution foam sole
  • System G2 gel cushioning in heel
  • Articulated cuff
  • 3D molded tongue
  • Heel hold kit included

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3 5

Heel Hold!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These for the best boot I've found for my skinny ankles. Love the medium stiff flex, especially around the ankles since it provides a ton of support and heel hold. Fit just didn't work out for me since my forefoot was slipping a bit, a near perfect fit.

If you have skinny ankles and a wide forefoot, these might be the ones for you.

5 5

Best Ratio

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Now that I've got these boots broken-in, I have determined that they have maintained plenty of stiffness and leave just enough flex for tweaks and such. This is awesome because the extra stiffness makes my ankles stronger! Not to mention how comfy they are. I find myself often driving home from the mountain with my boots still on. Thirty Two hit the nail on the head with this one, awesome product.

5 5

The Fit!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Aside from everything already mentioned about this boot (which is the best I've ridden in all my years), I would love to share my favorite aspect... the fit!

I HATE heel-lift. I am not alone. With these boots, I've got zero heel-lift.

I LOVE looseness around the shins. With these boots, I can have that if I want.

To summarize: I personally crank the lower portion of the laces (internal and external) quite tight, so as to ensure that heel stays put. But I can leave the top portion of the laces looser, and therefore I have a lot of freedom to bend and stretch within the boot. If you have no heel lift and the desired looseness around the top of the boots, you've found yourself a perfect ALL-AROUND boot.

Sure, if all you do is jib, there are softer boots. Sure, if all you do is bomb steeps and huge cliffs, there are stiffer boots. But if you want to be able to do both with ease and finesse, then these are for you.

I'll never buy another boot model again. TM-Two for life! (unless they screw with the design in future models)

5 5

Has been my boot of choice for years

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Thirty-Two sure does know how to make a great lightweight and responsive boot. I have been using The TM-Two model for over 5 years. On average a TM-Two boot will last me a season and a half or a rough estimate of 110-130 days on hill before they become to soft for my liking. These are comfortable, responsive, supportive, durable, and easy to break in. Another great feature is that they are low profile. I wear a size 11 boot and can fit into a M/L Union Binding, which is awesome because it allows me to have a tighter fit and more secure ride. They are great for the all mountain freestyle rider or park rider that likes to have the stability and support of a stiffer boot while still having the mobility to do technical rail tricks. Where ever you take these they will preform at a high- level.

4 5

Best traditional lace out there

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This boot fits and feels phenomenal, the ankle holder forms very nice to the foot. When putting on this boot, its easy to see why it cost upwards of 300 due to the high quality materials and craftsman ship. Only bummer out this beauty is the plastic pieces around the ankle, broke off from the boot. I was riding in -10F temperatures. It was still rather upsetting however because i didn't get to enjoy the boot as long as i wanted.

5 5

Favorite Boot

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Love this boot. I've been rocking them for a while and they're super durable as well as comfortable. They come a little stiff, but after time they break in and make an awesome boot that you can ride all-mountain, in powder and in the park. Good and sturdy so you don't turn any ankles, but not too stiff to hurt your feet. Would recommend!

Are you guys going to get the safari color...

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Are you guys going to get the safari color ways of these boots? I really want them.

Best Answer Responded on

We don't have any on order right now, but we still have a lot of winter gear still to come in. So definitely keep checking back!