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32 - Thirty Two Lashed Snowboard Boots

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Description: 32 - Thirty Two Lashed Snowboard Boots

For for any riding style, ride from park to peak with the #1 selling boot worldwide.

Key Features of 32 - Thirty Two Lashed Snowboard Boots:
  • Flex: Medium
  • Fit: Team
  • 1:1 Lasting
  • Evolution Foam Outsole
  • Independent Eyestay
  • 3D Molded Tongue
  • Internal Lacing System
  • Articulated Cuff

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My son Lives in Crested Butte, only boots he will ride on
Kevin C on Dec 28, 2015
These are the boots my Grandson wants for snowboarding. Good price - easy process in ordering!
Jackie K on Oct 22, 2015
My son Lives in Crested Butte, only boots he will ride on
Kevin C on Dec 28, 2015
Son asked for it! upset no coupons!!!
susan k on Dec 3, 2015
These are the boots my Grandson wants for snowboarding. Good price - easy process in ordering!
Jackie K on Oct 22, 2015
32 is the bomb! light, good look, and good performance. Great for Ski Skool
Dave H on Oct 3, 2015
Son asked for it! upset no coupons!!!
susan k on Dec 3, 2015
32 is the bomb! light, good look, and good performance. Great for Ski Skool
Dave H on Oct 3, 2015
would you recomend these or the 32 binary boa?
A shopper on May 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Depends on what you're after. If you don't mind tying your boots, get these. I've had both. I like these boots better, but the boa's ease and simplicity make it a tough choice.
should i get a half size smaller to make it fit better after the liner packs out?
A shopper on Jul 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi,

if you feel the shoe or normal boot size you currently wear has a bit of room, then yes, go a half size smaller. As a general rule, you want your boot to be snug to prevent injury and increase board control.