Offers Franken-feet a monster ride.
- STI & EVA foam outsole for impact absorption, comfort, and support
- 3D molded tongue for tons of cushion and a natural feel
- Inner ankle harness gives you a tight feel around the ankle and prevents heel slip
- Level 6 thermomoldable liner with Aegis anti-microbial treatment for a custom fight and reduced odor
- Level 3 polyurethane footbed with gel heel insert for optimized comfort and impact absorption
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Returned these. Built like entry level boots. Very poorly constructed. Minimal padding. Heli-hard to get on and off which is fine for a stiff boot but these were just built poorly. Don't know what else to say. Would be average for a $100 boot. there a reason the price was cut in half. Never returned a pair of boots before. I would stay away.
Boa eyelets at the ankle (Both left and right boot!!!) ripped loose after 12 days on the mountain. Unfortunately live in Midwest so 12 days = 2 seasons = out of warranty on $220 pair of boots. Won't buy ThirtyTwo again.
32 Focus Boa
Great boots, super comfortable, and responsive. Get these boots heat molded to your foot and its like a foot massage riding down the mountain. Can't say anything bad about these boots, the two boa dials can tweek up to any stress your foot can handle. Thanks 32 awesome boot
I have always been a fan of the Thirty Two focus boa ever since it was fist invented, my last pair was from '07, but these new ones are so much better. the boa anchors are fastened so much better, there is no way that you could ever rip them out, no matter how tight you like your boot. I will always recommend these boots to any hardcore rider.
32 Focus or Ride Insano? Any direction on...
32 Focus or Ride Insano? Any direction on why and which to buy is appreciated. Thanks
Focus on the prize..
Have been riding a pair of ThirtyTwo focus BOA's for 2 seasons now. I was skeptical of the BOA system, but have had no issues (30-40 days a season). Besides the folks at BOA are super helpful and I was able to get a boot lacing schematic and buy extra reels and wires from them (ThirtyTwo folks couldn't help me with that). You can really tweek these boots to any stiffness you want. I'm a hardbooter convert, and I can get just as tight a fit with the Focus as hard boots, but with ease walking to that hidden pow stash.If you want to freecarve the groomers you can really lean on these and they will respond! The soft liner boot really helps on bump runs, in pow or in trees. The liner has its own lacing tightening system. Pretty cool. The weird "grill" looking pattern on the outside of the boot at the heel is coming frayed (from being in the heelcup of the binding), but it does not affect the performance of the boot at all. After 2 seasons these boots still rock.
They are more pricey, although I got my hands on a pair for under $140, but well worth the $$$.