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TM-2 Double BOA Snowboard Boot
- Ride anywhere your heart desires with this premium all-mountain boot
- Medium-stiff flex is responsive and supportive for riding hard
- Dual BOA system independently tightens two zones with rapid closure
- Performance backstay increases energy transfer to bindings
- Intuition liner is thermo-moldable for a custom feel
- Heel Hold system is customizable to eliminate heel lift
- Performance footbed cradles your heel and adds cushion
- Performance Rubber sole is lightweight and absorbs impacts
- Item #TTW00E1
- dual Boa
- Intuition Performance
- Thermo-moldable Liner
- Liner Closure
- medium-stiff (7 of 10 on ThirtyTwo's scale)
- Performance Rubber
- STI Energy Foam
- Recommended Use
- all-mountain snowboarding, park & freestyle snowboarding
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
October 3, 2020
I love them
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April 14, 2020
God I hate these boots. And its sad.
- I've put it through the wringer
- Size Bought
As a previous TM2 owner (traditional laces) that worked for me for 2 seasons, I decided to try the boa. I'm usually an 8.5 (and was in my old TM2's) and somehow after trying them on in the store and hours and days of debate, I landed on buying an 8 from Backcountry as they sold out of my size at the shop. ((AKA, don't size down no matter what the shop kids tell you.)) They felt snug in the right places, and I liked the stiffness and intuition liner. Little did I know that the toe bang/pinching issues I had in my old boots would be 10x worse in these and that I still had heel lift (even after adding insoles and butterflies to the liner). I had bruised toes most of the season from these, including getting ingrown infected toenails due to boot pressure. Maybe my feet are weird, but I'm not sure that's the only issue. They also make my forefoot numb every time I ride because they push down on my instep (I have high arches and maybe a high-ish instep). This is even if I don't tighten the lower boa at all. To make matters worse, I get blisters on the inside of my ankle every time I go touring, so much that I have to put tape/moleskin/and bandaids on to prevent further ripping. Maybe I should have stopped trying, as this season has literally left my ankles scarred - with the hope that eventually, maybe they'd break-in. Is it possible theyre not the right size? or that they just dont fit my feet? Yes, and yes. Do I have skinny ankles? Maybe. I do have a wider toebox, which explains the toe bang. But to have both heel lift and toe bang in one boot is too much. Regardless, if I could return them or make them fit I would. But I have roughly 40 days in them and they're still not "broken-in"
January 3, 2020
Super stiff ladies boot!
- I've used it several times
I'm a big mountain rider and have been searching for women's boots that are stiff enough to inspire confidence in the steeps for a few years. I've had two things I want: stiff and a boa lacing system. In the past couple years I've had K2 Contours (great mid-flex boot) and Ride Cadences (a little stiffer, also a great boot). They all have a similar flex rating - Contours were a 4/5, Cadences and these TM-2s were a 7/10. Flex ratings are determined by the brand, not by an industry standard and it's less reliable than ski boot flex rating. Even with this knowledge, it was shocking how different the TM-2s were in terms of stiffness. The TM-2s are significantly stiffer than any other boot I've ridden or tried on. The responsiveness is INSANE. I can swing around my burly big mountain board like it's nothing. They feel super durable as well. The one downside is that they are a challenge to break in. I had to get them heat molded. They gave me shin bang. The heel pocket is DEEP and low and the intuition liner is burly. Turning is initially weird with no ankle flexibility, but eventually ends up forcing you into better, more powerful turns. Once I got them broken in though - definitely one of my favorite boots I've ever owned.
January 18, 2020
Is it possible to adjust the ankle support so that there's less of it? The built-in support feels like it's adding some not-so-good feeling pressure at my ankles. While there are additional pads I can add, I don't see a way to reduce what's already there.