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ThirtyTwo Jones MTB Snowboard Boot - Men's

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Push the boundaries of backcountry exploration.

Known for tackling the world's most formidable terrain, Jeremy Jones demands a highly responsive boot that's not only reliable in the backcountry, but also extremely comfortable on strenuous approaches. Designed through rigorous development with Jeremy himself, the ThirtyTwo Men's Jones MTB represents the evolution of backcountry touring performance. Innovative design features, such as a waterproof-stretch Cordura lace gaiter and Walk Mode collar with Boa cuff release, make this boot essential for serious backcountry enthusiasts looking to push the boundaries of what's possible in the mountains.

Designed from the ground up for the needs of backcountry touring, the Walk Mode collar features a Boa cuff release. This allows for longer strides when you're skinning, also saving your knees from the undo stress of a traditional, motion-restricting boot in tour mode. Another unique feature, the waterproof-stretch Cordura lace gaiter, prevents laces from freezing solid when you're out in the backcountry all day or even camping out to get the goods. In fact, this was something that Jeremy specifically addressed, as he had previous experiences with his boots freezing solid, resulting in him sleeping in his snowboard boots, as he couldn't even take them off. Additionally, you'll appreciate the aggressively lugged Vibram sole, complete with a heel welt for use with both strap and clip crampons.

This boot is stiff for uncompromising response needed for slaying the steepest faces and longest descents in the backcountry. And like all of ThirtyTwo's offerings, there's a thermo-moldable liner, complete with top-of-the-line Level 3 Intuition foam for a precise, foot-conforming fit. It's worth noting that this version of the Level 3 liner is ventilated for enhanced thermo-regulation when you're exerting yourself on long, sweaty tours and rigorous bootpacks up steep chutes and couloirs.

  • Rugged, responsive boot for demanding backcountry tours
  • Waterproof-stretch Cordura gaiter protects the laces
  • Traditional lace-up design with Boa Walk-Mode collar
  • Stiffer flex maximizes support and response on steeps
  • Level 3 Intuition foam liner with ventilated panels
  • Internal liner harness and power strap for secure fit
  • Aggressive Vibram sole with heel welt for crampon use
  • ThirtyTwo focuses on rider progression with innovative design
  • Item #TTW008F

Tech Specs

Upper Material
Cordura stretch gaiter
Closure
traditional lace, walk-mode with Boa cuff release
Liner
Level 3 Intuition foam
Thermo-moldable Liner
yes
Liner Closure
Inner Ankle lacing system
Flex
stiff
Sole
Vibram with heel welt for crampon use
Footbed
Level 3 (custom-molded Evolution foam w/arch support)
Recommended Use
backcountry touring
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

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Boa broke after about 25 times

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I like the stiffness, ride-ability, and traction, of these boots. The boa cord is wimpy nylon and broke after using boots a small amount of time. I also have heard from other people the same has happened to them or their friends. Good boot. Make sure you have a ski strap with ya tho.

Good for long flat and colder temps

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

All in all this is a beast of a boot.
I got these cause I was last minute over a barrel and needed a boot that would take my crampons.
So the walk mode is awesome, strides are much longer than even my AT boots. They tighten right up with the boa. Anyway, lots of good of the design of the boot as you can read from other users as well.
The bad: I went from a Fitwell Backcountry boot to these and I don't like how soft the sole of this boot is when going up steeps with crampons on. I could frontpoint vertical ice in Fitwells but these bend too much and my crampons came loose. (not everyone will have that problem). But still the overall fitting of crampons to them wasn't ideal as the footprint is large. Still soft around the upper toe box for kicking steps into snow ice.
The walk mode will fill with powder if you're breaking trail for a long periods of time. Depending on your pant's gaiter, it will only be a slight issue.
Lastly, these boots are hot!!! Way too hot for spring\summer splitboard mountaineering.
I would love a less insulated version with a full or 3\4 shank.
Unlike everyone else, I sized down half a size and had a boot fitter punch out and mold liner. I do this so I will get more than a season out of a boot.
That boot would get 6 stars.

Love these boots!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I purchased these boots after getting a splitboard for bc adventures. They're phenomenal. I haven't had them heat molded (which is an option from a dealer) but they fit great. On the recommendation of a backcountry rep I purchased a half size larger than normal and the size is perfect.

I've used them for a couple of days of resort boarding and I head out this weekend for a three day backcountry hut trip. Excited to put the boa system to use.

Great for riding down

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I had very high hopes for these boots but if you are breaking trail in knee deep powder or skinning a ridge in strong winds your ankles get cold because of the opening for walk mode. (There is a loop on the toe for your pants to attach to but it is awkward and your pants slide up because the gator is so smooth) I feel that touring in normal boots that are loosened is just as good but they are excellent for hiking couloirs with verts and are very responsive for riding down. Other reviews say that they run small but there is a lot of room in the toe box and after touring/hiking only around 40,000 feet they have packed out a lot!

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These boots are WELL worth the investment!!!! If you do any touring all, or you simply hate walking through the lodge, or to/ from the parking lot like a goon these are the boots for you. Before getting into all of the amazing features for backcountry touring, these boots are definitely stiff enough to shred inbounds as well, without any issues. I have yet to have any problems with them, or have any concern with them not being stiff enough when cruising on the corduroy groomers.

The gaiters are amazing when in the backcountry for extended periods of time to prevent laces from feezing. They are super comfortable and have additional heel inserts of 3mm and 5mm (4 of each size and pictured) to really tailor to your liking. The combination of the Vibram sole, compatibility with crampons, and the walk mode make these hands down the best boots for backcountry riding.

I opted out of the action shot, as I felt this picture would better benefit you to get an idea of the lacing, the BOA walk mode, and the heel inserts rather than me absolutely ripping up the Bunny Hill.

They do run a bit small. I have had a couple pairs of ThirtyTwo boots previously and had to size up from them and what I typically wear. Feel free to reach out to me directly with any sizing questions or any questions at all!

Travis Bivins
Expert Gearhead
tbivins@backcountry.com or (801)204-4657

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Hey Igor, I would say the 10 would be a safe bet and the liner will pack out after 15-20 times riding and probably be perfect. I can help you get them on an order if you'd like. Just shoot me an email or give me a call!

Travis

Walk-Mode in a Snowboard Boot!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These run SMALL. Went with the men's size 7, and I'm a women's 8.5. I have a wide foot so the men's wasn't an issue at all. They will take a serious break-in period, or run a hair dryer in them like I did to speed up the process. They come with additional orange foam pieces, for extra heel-security, which you can take in / put out for bigger lines. Overall, I can finally use the BOA-walk mode for the ups, and get the stiffness I need in the downs - without going with a hard-boot snowboard set-up.

Hit me up for more questions - happy the help.