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Jones MTB BOA Snowboard Boot - 2024 - Men's

2.3333333333333335 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
Current price: $594.99 Original price: $699.99
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Why We Like The ThirtyTwo Jones MTB BOA Snowboard Boot

Designed through rigorous testing on the world's most demanding terrain, the ThirtyTwo Jones MTB Snowboard Boot represents the evolution of backcountry touring performance. We find that the innovative design features such as a waterproof-stretch zippered gaiter and Walk Mode collar with BOA cuff release make this boot essential for serious splitboarders looking to push the boundaries of what's possible in the mountains.


  • Top-tier backcountry boot for riding in steep, gnarly terrain
  • Stiff flex ensures response while ascending to far-out locations
  • Hybrid BOA lace system gets you the best fit for better comfort
  • Elite footbed adds fatigue-fighting comfort for long touring days
  • Full-zip front gaiter prevents deep powder from finding its way in
  • Internal harness locks your ankles in for no-slip skinning
  • Vibram outsole stays snug in the binding and grips ice and snow
  • Item #TTWT14Y
Upper Material
synthetic, Storm Shield
BOA® Fit System featuring Dual Zone dial, full-zip gaiter, Tongue Tension+
Thermo-moldable Liner
Liner Closure
Elite internal harness
STI Evolution Foam
freeride/powder snowboarding, backcountry snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

2.5 based on 3 ratings

Review Summary

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2 out of 5 stars

January 2, 2024

Needs more attention to detail

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:

I have been using these boots for 12 months and probably have about 100 tours on them. The first pair only lasted me 1 month before they had to be replaced due to the internal routing for the BOA cable failing causing the BOA cable to become stuck, fusterating by worked to warranty them and were able to get me replacements fast. The second pair have about 11 months on them not and they are basically shredded to pieces. The liners have worn badly against the stablizing plastic peices - that can be swapped for varying stiffnesess - to the point that the liner has a hole in it. There is also significant wear in the interior of the liner around my ankle due to frcition created primarily in walk mode. The boots are absolutley not too big for me, if anything I would in retrospect go up a half size to a full size, yet the ankle lock is not able to prevent significant wear to the liner. Finally, the overall build quality is poor and I the rubber sole is alreading starting to sepertae from the foam. More, over there really isn;t much to the sole of the board, its just a big brick of foam from liner to the rubber grips. As mentioned no crampons really it this boot well it overall the boots footprint is really big. Don't get me wrong this boot is probably still one of the best on the market however even touring in it for a few days you will likely see that the design lacks attention to detail. I believe thirtytwo could do more to enable splitboarding rather than just dressing up its resort boots and increasing the price tag.

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Cal W
2 out of 5 stars

December 29, 2023

Too small - their sizing is way off

I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:
5' 9"

Just like the other reviewer said, these boots are way too short for the size they indicate, they're at least 1-2 inches shorter than they should be - that's a lot! My front toes were completely curled up just to fit in this boot. Forget standing and walking, that was impossible. I wear size 9.5 and I already own 3 other pair of snowboard boots from the ~8 years I've been riding. I have normal feet, not wide or long or unique in any way. To find those 3 pair of good fitting boots that I already own, I've tried on dozens of boots from basically all manufacturers, and I've never had boots on my feet that were so short. I've never put on boots that I couldn't even take one step in because my toes were so cramped. Maybe if you lost your big toe somehow in an accident these would be good, but otherwise I suggest avoiding them.

Rob T
3 out of 5 stars

December 2, 2023

Size 13 not 13.

I returned this product before using it

I have size 13 feet. 30.5 cm to be exact(could be a 12.5 depending on brand), which 13s are supposed to be 31 cm. These boots are not 13s. I could barely get my feet in and once I did my toes were bent and still jammed up against the front. I took the liner out and the liner would stretch allowing my toes to lay flat but still fully jammed. They don't make larger sizes so had to go with another brand. Ended up going with Nirto Incline TLS in size 13. Those were true to size; slight room up front which I would guess to be exactly 0.5 cm. Still hold my feet tight.

James K