32 Snowboard Boots – TM-Two – 2012 Review

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The Thirtytwo TM-Two has been a team favorite for years on end.  If you’re an all mountain freestyle rider looking to advance to the next level, look no further.  The TM-Two can handle all types of riding conditions, features, and styles.  Wrapped tight with a traditional lacing Tongue Tension System the TM-Two’s Level 4 Liner and Level 2 Footbed are a dream come true.

Yes, the TM-Two is on the stiffer end of the flex rating, it’s ranked at a level 7, but when you’re charging at that 60′ step down you’ll need all the support you can get.  The 3D Molded Tongue, highback backstays, and TPU-reinforced panels help you stay centered on your board; add in an articulated cuff, System G2™ Gel, and temperature independent STI Evolution Foam™ and you’ll have a comfortable mix for fun.

The reheat moldable Level 4 Liner in the TM-Two gives you a custom fit from the 1st day to the last day of riding.  The Internal Ankle Harness and velcro closures lock the intuition foam liner in place and with that you’ll get virtually no heel lift with the combination of the internal EVA Heel Overlays.  The Dual Density Ultralon, external overlays, and Aegis antimicrobial coating are a few extras that make the TM-Two stand above an over crowed boot market.

Warm up to the TM-Two, that Level 2 Footbed is cush, and the colorways will make anyone’s jaw drop.  Look rad, ride rad, and be rad with the TM-Two.


Thritytwo TM-Two Specs


Flex Level 7/10

STI Evolution Foam™

System G2™ Gel

Tongue Tension System

Articulating Cuff

3D Molded Tonue

Inner Ankle harness



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