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32 - Thirty Two Prion Snowboard Boots

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Description: 32 - Thirty Two Prion Snowboard Boots

The Thirty Two Prion Snowboard Boots are a great transitional piece when starting out snowboarding. The boot has a 3-D molded tongue, internal lacing system, and level 1 liner to provide support and comfort to the occasional snowboarder. The design is lightweight and comfortable!

Key Features of The Thirty Two Prion Snowboard Boots:
  • Flex Rating: 4
  • 3-D Molded Tongue
  • Internal Lacing System
  • Level 1 Liner
  • Level F Footbed


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "great value"

    , swanton, VT
    Pros: soft, comfortable , forgiving Cons: the pointy soles killed my bindings,

    i bought these boots earl spring and got about 20 days on them. very comfortable, could go all day riding without pains. great binding for a park rider/rail kid.

  • "Sweet boots"

    Pros: look dope, nice flex, Cons: are super tight in the ankle,

    Nice boots all around, they are really tight around the ankle.

  • "Nice boot"

    Pros: Responsive, Cons: could have a softer flex,

    Great boot, comes in at a lower price point, which is always nice. Very fitting, making for a great feel and awesome response.

  • "Prion Fast Track Version"

    Pros: Heat Molding, Light, Comfortable Cons:

    I went down a size from my previous 2010 Prion boots, as after 1.5 seasons they got too loose on me. Initially the boots were pretty tight, and my toes hit the end a bit. After heat molding however, they are perfect. I have a bad ankle with scar tissue build-up so it is hard to get a very comfortable fit, but with the heat molding these fit like a glove. They are light, comfortable and a great price. The grip of the sole is improved even from the good grip previous models already had. The fast-track tightening system is awesome and allows you to adjust on the fly [I have even done it on the lift] if need be. It allows you to cater the tightness of the top and bottom individually to suit your needs. It is also much quicker on and off than traditional lacing. This is a high quality, option filled boot in a much lower level boot pricerange.

  • "Awesome Value"

    , CLOVIS, CA
    Pros: Responsive, Comfortable, Cons:

    I have used the Prions for 2 years now and I absolutely love them. They provide excellent heel hold and have been rock solid especially for the price. I have owned Nike Force 1 boots and have to say that they are almost as comfortable as those (but half the price). Anyone looking for an all around boot that won't break the bank, look no further.

  • "Great boot for the price!"

    Pros: Very comfortable!, Nice heel hold, Flexible Cons:

    These are great boots for the price! I just bought them so haven't had a chance to really try them out, but have to say best boots I have worn thus far. They are very comfortable and laces tighten well! You don't have to really tug and great heel hold!

  • "Awesome boots!"

    Pros: Comfy fit, Good flexibility, Cons: Can be hard to get real tight,

    Been riding with these boots about 30 times now and these boots have treated me well. Gotta be careful about what size you get because they pack out pretty substantially. Mine got a little loose but I just bought some insoles and now they fit great. Great boot for the price, and the look pretty sweet too!

  • "32 Prion Boots"

    , Bellevue, WA
    Pros: Comfortable, Flexible, Easy to tighten Cons:

    I demo'd this boot for a day from my local shop and the first thing I noticed about the boots was how comfortable they were. They are very comfortable and flexible. I hit a few jumps and these were forgiving on those jumps. The normal laces are always nice for the best fit. Overall I give this boot a 5/5.

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