What can you do with the extra few minutes you’ve saved by tightening your ThirtyTwo Women’s Lock Boa Snowboard Boot with the super-quick Boa system? Polish off your friend’s breakfast muffin (she’s busy hand-tightening her laces), pick out a killer playlist, or flirt with the local liftie.
- Boa Lacing System makes it quick and easy to dial your fit
- STI Evolution Foam absorbs shock and eliminates the need for a heavy rubber outsole
- Articulating Cuff shell construction means a smooth flex
- Medium flex (5) for all-mountain riding
- PE foam and Achilles Pad secure your foot and ankle to reduce heel-lift
- Aegis antimicrobial coating helps keep the funk down
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I'm a beginner, would these boots be too...
I'm a beginner, would these boots be too stiff for me?
No, ThirtyTwo gives it a 5/10 on their flex scale, 10 being the stiffest. It's not a marshmellow by any means but supportive enough to keep your ankles locked in. I think it's a great choice for establishing your shred foundation.
Hi, I am size 6 DC Scouts but wear size...
Hi, I am size 6 DC Scouts but wear size 6.5-7 in regular shoes. am wanting to try these 32s.....does anyone know if the sizing would be similar or should I go up 1/2 a size or so? It's so hard buying without trying on first.
I wear a size 6.5 street shoe, and I wear a size 5 in thirtytwo. It takes a while to break in, but it's the only size I can wear where the boot doesn't end up too big. I would go no bigger than a 5.5 or 6 for sure.
Hye! I would like to ask your opinion about...
Hye! I would like to ask your opinion about Focus Boa and Lock Boa. Previous boot of my friend was an Exus Boa (flex level 4), rider having medium level, preferable style all mountain. Which of the boots mentioned do you consider more appropriate in this situation?
I have a pair of lock boa from last season and i know that altho 32 say's it's a flex 5 id say its more like an 7/8 when you have the boa down tight. with a focus boa (which i also tried in the shop) id say youre heading up a little more to 8/9. for all mountain, lock boots are fine, but as you cant adjust upper/lower independently you may have some hot spots thatll put strain on your foot. a focus boa could fix this...but with an 80 dollar bump in price. if i were you id just go with the lock.
how does thirtytwo's sizing compare to...
how does thirtytwo's sizing compare to burton's. my old boots are size 9, would it be the same?
The men's boots are about the same in size so I recon it would be the same for women's. They do however have different fit (the 32 is a bit wider with more room for your toes) so I'd recommend trying one on before buying.
I was choosing between the Burton Ion and the 32 Ultralight when I bought mine. They felt quite similar. The 32 has room for a "custom fit" toe program so they are a bit more roomy in the front. A boot like this with heat molding will in any case adapt quite nicely to your foot so there is no problem with going .5 size down from a loos fitting boot. For comparison I use 9.5 in Burton, 32 and DC.
Both Burton and 32 has excellent build quality that last many seasons. Most 32 will hover get softer faster than most Burton. I personally feel you get more bang for your buck with the 32.
I wear a 32 size 5, and a burton size 6. It depends on the model you are trying on, because the toe box can make or break a size depending on your foot shape. 32 does fit quite a bit wider, but not as drastically for girls as they are for guys.
are 32's true to size? How about ride?
are 32's true to size? How about ride?
Yes both brands are true to size and both are able to be heat molded to your feet to customize the fit.
it depends on what models you're talking about but both my ride and 32 boots are the same size (11) and the rides fit a bit more snug. there's more room in the toe box in 32s so prob explains the diff. just my opinion but 32 build quality is far superior to ride and are lighter (cept if you got some of ride's high end boots such as the Ful and RFL, which have some questionable colourways)