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Best of the best.

It's incredibly obvious why the TM-Two Snowboard Boot is the go-to choice for the ThirtyTwo team, thanks to its responsive flex and classic lace-up design. Seeing that ThirtyTwo has one of the most stacked teams on the planet, this boot caters to a wide variety of riders pushing their skills across the entire mountain. It's more responsive than a standard freestyle boot, promoting technical mastery across bigger park features and natural terrain.

Courtesy of its articulated design, the TM-Two is supportive for charging, yet flexible enough for tweaking out tricks. Adding to its supportive feel, the Performance Backstay maximizes energy transfer to your heelside edge. ThirtyTwo uses a tongue tension system for locking down the ankle portion of the boot with its laces. The Dual Power Wrap closure atop the liner tightens down for a fine-tuned fit, and the Level 3 footbed provides plentiful support underfoot with its thermo-moldable Evolution foam. And to ensure the boot stays lighter than the competition, the STI Evolution Foam sole shaves serious weight while absorbing vibration with G2 Gel cushioning.

  • All-mountain, freestyle-friendly favorite of team riders
  • Traditional lacing puts the exact fit in your hands
  • Thermo-moldable design eliminates painful breaking in
  • Stiff-flex increases overall response and power
  • Performance Backstay offers optimal energy transfer
  • Storm Shield seal defends against the elements
  • EVA footbed absorbs harsh impacts and chatter
  • Lightweight outsole cushions landings and grips surfaces
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Tech Specs

traditional lacing
Intuition Foam
Thermo-moldable Liner
Liner Closure
Performance internal harness,
STI Evolution Foam
Level 3, System G2 Gel
Recommended Use
all-mountain snowboarding, park & freestyle snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

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Stiffer me Timbers

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Holy smokes these bad boys are nice and stiff. I picked up a pair of the TM-Two's about a half-full size down from my regular street shoe to gain a more performance fit. So far, breaking them in at my apartment has been a real process.

They were really tight when I first got them on without lacing them up, but after wearing them for several hours around the apt, I was able to tighten them up and hang around in the apartment with them.

Though the break in period may be a bit longer for me, these should last quite a while and offer superb performance. Now time to break them in on the hill!

totally worth it!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Stiffest boot I've ever ridden. Absolutely zero heel lift. Encourage you to buy small and go for performance fit. They will eventually break in and it will be worth it. Takes a while to do them up but then you're good all day. thirty-two all the way - not going back!
Sizing is always hard but for what its worth, after lots of trying I went with size 12 and they fit like a glove. I wear a size 13 in Asics running shoes. My right foot is half a size larger than my left.

Official 4.5 but lets round up

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have thin ankles so finding a boot that is comfortable yet stiff that won't give me a ton of heel lift is super hard. But here it is. The 32 tm two has a liner that you can lock down as tight as you want. The cuff is articulated so that the flex remains stiff and consistent. I ride everywhere from the park to trees to teaching on the bunny hill in these boots and at the end of the day, I even where them to the bar. Once they're broken in they're very comfortable. 32 has a reputation of packing out super quick so I went a half size down. At first I could only wear them a few hours at a time but it was worth it because now they're perfect. 32 also includes 3mm and 5mm heel hold discs(which can be stacked for a total of 8mm) so as they pack out, you still won't get heel lift.
These boots aren't the fastest on or off and they don't have the best traction but hey, if I'm wearing these boots I'm probably strapped to my board so I'm not too concerned
if it wasn't for that annoying first 2 days of break in, I'd give these a 5

Best For Wide Feet

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought these after extensive research for my first pair of snowboard boots. I intend to put in quite a few days on the mountain this year, so I was OK with the initial investment. At this point I've managed to break them in to an acceptable degree of comfort and I have a few thoughts.

I haven't decided on heat-molding the Intuition liners yet, so look forward to a future review on whether or not that increases the overall comfort. As to the width, my feet are pretty standard. My street shoe size is usually a 9.5 and I opted to size up after consulting a number of reviews. The length is fine, but I feel my feet aren't quite wide enough to fill the volume of these boots. I was able to alleviate this issue by adding the ankle spacers thirtytwo includes in the box. The fit adjustment system for the liners does well for keeping a snug fit around your feet and the lacing system does well to keep your heels locked in.

All in all, they have performed well despite the issues of fit. If you're looking for a stiff boot for all mountain riding and have wider-than-average feet, these are the boots for you!

Best Boots I've Owned

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've had them all, BOA's, Lace, and Lacing: Speed Zone for the Burton Motto's. I gotta say for doing a lot of free riding these are super responsive. They also are very warm, don't have to use toe warms like I did with all my other boots. Classic laces never fails.

Unanswered Question

Do you recommend heat molding the tm-two boots? Is it necessary?