Get the Thirty Two Focus BOA Boots and you won’t have to stop to adjust after every run.
The Thirty Two Women's Focus BOA Snowboard Boot features a zonal BOA lacing system to give you a custom fit in mere seconds. Built for hard riding, this ThirtyTwo boot delivers superb stability yet remains lightweight. Use the two BOA reels to find your fit on both the upper and lower part of this ThirtyTwo boot. This sturdy boot features a featherweight STI Evolution Foam midsole and outsole with G2 gel cushioning that absorbs shocks and dampens vibrations. The moldable Level 4 liner features an ankle harness to hold your heel firmly in place for consistent energy transfer from your foot to your board.
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This boot was the most miserable boot I have ever worn. It pinched my foot the entire time on the mountain so bad that I had to stop often and take them off. My foot felt like the bottom of it was on fire and ready to burn off. The boa system was great, but that was it.
Write your question here...which is the...
Write your question here...which is the better snowboard boot the thirty two focus boa woman's or the thirty two lock?
The Lock Boa has a flex rating of 5 on 32's scale while the Focus boa has an 8. So, the Focus will be significantly stiffer and have a longer break in time. The difference really lies in the liners, the Focus has 32's level 4 Fit System liner which has better heel retention than the Lock's level 2 liner. The Focus Boa is for more of a season-long rider while the Lock provides an out of the box fit that feels good, it will break down faster and won't accommodate a more seasoned rider. The footbed in the focus is way more supportive too. I'd ask your self a few Q's first; how many days are riding a year? if your answer isn't more than 15, and your skill level is beginner to intermediate, I'd get the Lock. If you're a seasoned vet and/or don't mind putting in time to let your feet mold to your boot for a boot that will in the end, have a longer life to it. The fact that you even wanted to draw a comparison and not choose by colors and aesthetics alone is good. Also keep in mind Dual Boa enables you to custom dial in the tension you want on the top and bottoms of your boot with the Focus, the Lock only has one boa.
These boots were very comfortable with a nice wide toe box (I have wide feet). They ran true to size. However, I had to return the boots because they have a very high back which led to substantial calf burning when I was just wearing them around the house. I'm very short (under 5 feet) and this likely would not be a problem for someone that is taller.
i was looking for a boa lacing system...
i was looking for a boa lacing system women's snowboarding boot that has the "coiling" feature too. Do you know if the 32 Focus Boa does?
The front knob coils. The side does not.
These boots are warm, comfortable, and the easiest to adjust. I love the dual boa system. The new sole makes the boots the lightest pair I have (and I have Moto's and Graphix additionally). They ride well, and there's no time wasted to try and readjust (if needed) while you're riding. Stop lacing! Start riding! I highly recommend anyone try these 32's.