Double corks to triple kinks.
Designed and tested by a legendary freestyle icon, the ThirtyTwo JP Walker Light Snowboard Boot suits those who grind, bonk, and spin themselves silly. Keeping weight down significantly, the JP Walker Light uses STI Evolution Foam on the outsole for featherweight shock absorption. A heat-moldable, Level 1 Intuition liner allows for total foot customization. Heat mold these for an instant custom feel or break-in over time while riding.
Take your skate moves to the snow park and get your presses on lock down with the tweakable, medium-soft flex and skate-inspired feel of these boots. An articulated cuff and 3D molded tongue keep your boots fitting snugly and flexing smoothly. Whatcha waiting for? Tweaks, presses, butters, and freestyle shenanigans await.
- Medium-soft flex
- Heat moldable, Level 1 Intuition liner
- STI Evolution foam outsole
- Articulated cuff
- 3D molded tongue
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I keep reading everywhere that these boots...
I keep reading everywhere that these boots are awesome in the park, but what about on the rest of the mountain?
These boots are tending towards the softer side which is great and forgiving while in the park but if you need a boot that is going to be a little more responsive its typically better to go with a stiffer boot.
Thirtytwo JP Walker Light boots
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These boots are super light, they feel like my skate shoes. Comfortable and have kept my feet warm in 5-10 degree weather along side my Thirtytwo snowboard socks. These boots are amazing for the park and would definitely recommend them to anyone looking for a comfortable park riding boot!
are they water proff
are they water proff
Snowboard boots are not really intended to be waterproof in the same way a hiking or mountaineering boot would be. However, the ThirtyTwo JP Walker Light Snowboard Boot will be effectively waterproof for traditional snowboarding use. There really isn't anything you could get into with these boots, even in slushy conditions, that would allow moisture to penetrate to your foot. That being said, please don't test the limits of such a nice boot by taking them pond skimming.
I own last years model of these boots and have had some nice 40 degree days and have not had any problem with them getting wet due to "slushy" snow, unlike my Thirtytwo Lashed boots. They keep my feet quite warm but not too hot as well!