Make life easier on yourself.
You'll never have to worry about struggling with laces when your fingers are frozen with the Thirty Two Women's Binary Boa Snowboard Boot. Dual Boa closures allow you to tighten and loosen your boots with a few clicks of the dial so you spend less time in the parking lot and more time on the hill. They also split the boot into two zones, so you can crank down on your feet to keep them planted, and dial in the tension up top for fine-tuned flex. It has a medium-to-stiff flex, depending on how hard you choose to crank down the dials, so you can tackle everything from park jibs to powder runs, and an articulating cuff gives you extra freedom to tweak grabs and balance presses without sacrificing support.
The Level 2 Intuition liner is heat-moldable for a custom fit, and a molded EVA insole cushions your feet for all-day comfort. High-density Evolution Foam in the outsole also improves cushioning, and it's much lighter than rubber to reduce weight without sacrificing grip so you can still bootpack up icy slopes and rocky ridges. If your idea of an ideal day on the hill is riding anything and everything that comes your way, you just found your boot.
- Dual Boa closures
- Level 2 heat-moldable Intuition liner
- Medium-to-stiff flex
- Internal lacing system
- High-density Evolution Foam outsole
- Molded EVA insole
- Articulated cuff and performance backstay
Share your thoughts
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I have had a pair of boots with the inner and outer traditional lacing system for 3 years and said I would never convert to the Boa system. I finally got sick of taking what felt like 3 years once I got to the mountain to put them on and decided to pick up a pair of Boas. I chose this pair because of the dual boa system and LOVE IT. The internal lacing system is quick, and can get extremely tight if that's how you want it, and the dual system makes it really easy to tighten the bottom "foot" part of the boot vs. the top part the boot. I found that as my day went on I wanted the bottom part of the boot looser than the top and it literally took 3 seconds to adjust. I feel like the cables on these are strong and will last a long time. These are also more on the comfortable side as far as snowboarding boots go. I feel like I have great control (having a solid boot is perhaps the most important item you can buy as a snowboarder) and am overall very impressed with these. I wear a 5.5-6.0 in most shoes, ordered a 6.0 in these and am happy with the sizing as well. If you are thinking about these, get them! I show them to everyone that comes to my house. Even skiers who don't care.