Lashed Double BOA Snowboard Boot
ThirtyTwo added the dialed support of Boa to the iconic Lashed boot. Two separate boa closures allow you to separately adjust zones to lock in the perfect fit, and the versatile medium flex excels from the terrain park to powder fields. The Team liner conforms to the shape of your feet throughout the season.
Pairing well with the plush liner, the Team footbed absorbs impact for a smoother riding experience. The shell allows for fluid flexibility when you're tweaking out grabs and perfecting presses in the park, while the Performance Backstay offers improved energy transfer when you're carving at high speeds. The internal ankle lacing system keeps your heel from lifting, improving response while reducing fatigue. And to ensure the boot stays incredibly light, the Evolution Foam sole shaves precious weight while creating a skate-like feel underfoot.
- Iconic ATV freestyle boot with Boa lacing system
- Dual Boa dials allow for custom and convenient tightening
- Medium flex offers a versatile a freestyle-oriented feel
- Articulated cuff maximizes freestyle flexibility
- Team liner ensures plush support and comfort
- Internal harness prevents heel lift for reduced fatigue
- Evolution Foam sole for ridiculously light feel
- ThirtyTwo is a rider-owned company focused on innovative design
- Item #TTW00DP
What do you think about this product?
March 13, 2020
Very snug fit and tight toebox
I've been a "traditionalist" boarder for going on 15+ years so I grew up using laces and have always used laced boots. I wanted to go the more "modern" route and go with a BOA system to speed up putting on boots and a double BOA system so I can tailor-fit the tension at my feet/ankles to minimize heel lift and the top part of the boot so my blood circulation in my feet don't get cut off, plus if you are just walking around, you can release the BOA tension at the top so your ankles can flex easier. My last pair of boots were 2011 Burton AWOL (laces) with a really soft "3" flex for park/freestyle and after breaking them in and using them for almost 9 years, they needed a replacement stat as the sole was starting to separate from the toe section (this is the same thing that happens to many sneakers after 10 years - the glue gets rigid and breaks off). The 32Lashed double boa felt super stiff (6 out of 10 flex rating) after being used to my really flexy Burtons - and the construction of a rigid tongue to work with the BOA system makes the boot more bulkier and visibly bigger comparing the two size 10 boots. I have Cartel bindings (size M) and in order to work with the 32Lashed, I had to unscrew all straps and move the ankle strap to the more forward mounting point just to fit the boots. FYI - I am a size 9.5 in street shoes and in both my older Burtons and the 32Lashed I had to get a size 10. Having the correct toebox roominess is important, because you will lose big toenails from continuous smashing trauma on riding heelside with boots on the smaller side or not enough toebox room. That said, the 32Lashed are overly snug - and many other reviewers share the same sentiment. I believe now with newer boots that are designed to be custom heat-formed must have the snug fit so they may loosen up for a custom fit with heat. The bad part of the 32Lashed is the toebox sizing of the liner. It is really tight due to the excess cushioning at the top of your toe section in the toebox and the liner is really short. I could tell the size 10.5 would be too big to compensate for a bigger toebox because the ankle sizing would be too loose and I would experience excessive ankle lift when riding. To conclude, the 32 Lashed may work for some, but not for me. Back to the drawing board for me - may have to look back to Burton or K2 for a mid-priced decent BOA boot with the correct toebox roominess! PS - thanks to Backcountry again for their excellent customer service and return policy!!!
January 22, 2020
How do the sizes compare to street shoe sizes?