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The top choice of Thirty Two's women's team.

Thirty Two's perennial team favorite, the TM Two Women's Snowboard Boot, is hell-bent on ruling the entire mountain. It features a mid-stiff flex that's got plenty of support for charging on pow days, and just enough flex to get wild in the park. The articulated cuff gives it more freedom than you'd expect from a boot this responsive. It runs on Thirty Two's top-of-the-line Level 3 liner. That means they're heat-moldable, they use dual density foam for a perfect fit, and they get molded footbeds that are built specifically for a woman's feet. The STI foam outsole saves tons of weight over an old-school rubber sole, and they've proven to be super durable. They include a heel hold kit to make sure your feet stay put when you're flying all over the hill. Perfect for showing up the boys.

  • Traditional laces
  • Level 3 Intuition heat moldable liner
  • Medium-stiff flex
  • Internal lacing system
  • High-density Evolution Foam outsole
  • System G2 gel cushioning
  • Molded Evolution insole
  • Articulated cuff and performance backstay
  • Tongue tension system

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need help on fit /sizing.
how much do they pack out?
I usually wear an 8.5 shoe. guy in shop said i should size down half or even a full size, but it seems a bit too small to get an 8. (and i'm used to wearing tight climbing shoes)
If they pack out significantly I could do the 8, but if not... i don't know if the half size down is going to hurt too much and not even be ride-able. High arches, narrow heels, toes touch front in both sizes, but are really crammed in the 8's, where the 8.5's are comfortable out of the box.

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Hey Vanessa,

I have the current men's version of these. I also have last years model and down sized one full size in those so I wouldn't get any heel lift once they broke in. It took me around 5-7 days of riding all day to break them in -it wasn't comfortable. I would recommend sizing down 1/2 size in these boots. You won't risk getting heel lift once you break them in because they include a heel hold kit to make sure your feet stay put.

Do these boots come in wide?

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Hey Marie,

Unfortunately, these do not come in a wide.

Unanswered Question

I wear in us7/eur38 /japan24 in usual sporty shoe, but I find us7 in thirtytwo is equal to eur37/japan23, should I choose us8?

5 5

Best Boot I've Riden In

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Very very happy with these boots. Ridden everything in them; groomers, park and back country, and are now by far my favourite boots ever. The grip on the bottom is great for hiking and icy car parks. They have the perfect amount of stiffness for really smooth control. Nice and shock absorbing for hard landings. Super comfy and warm. I didn't do the heat thing in the liners but it didn't matter. I ordered my normal running shoe size, and fit was perfect.

5 5

Awesome quality especially the liner

Tried this boot on and the quality is amazing for a woman's snowboard boot. The liner is top notch, probably the nicest I've seen out there. This is for people who take snowboarding seriously

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I'm not sure what you mean "true to size"?
I used to wear a size 7 women's sneaker, then after trying on snowboard boots I dropped down to a 6.5 and 6 even for my regular shoes. Most people actually wear the wrong sized shoe.
In terms of length the boot was not too long for its size. For size, there are a lot of factors like your instep and the way it goes around the ankles... I found these to be not too wide but pretty wide.
Some manufacturers will reshape the last the smaller the foot goes, and they'll call it a "woman's specific fit" but that's actually not gender specific... small people men and women just have different dimensions of feet as they get smaller.
In general if it fits right I recommend going with the highest end women's snowboard boot possible, i really notice a difference in the liners between the high end $50-60 price range.