A great ride that doesn't break the bank.
There are always going to be blowhards that will insist that you have to have pricey, top-of-the-line gear or you might as well not bother. Fortunately, you know that you have options like the ThirtyTwo Women’s Prion Snowboard Boot, which offers great fit, comfort, and performance without breaking the bank. So you can just ignore the windbags, since they are probably just compensating for their own deficiencies.
- 3-D molded tongue enhances boot fit and feel
- Heat-moldable Level 2 liner includes internal lacing system and hook-and-loop closure on the cuff with a soft, furry top
- Level F footbed uses molded EVA and a fuzzy topsheet for cushioning and warmth
- Soft flex works well in the park and on groomers
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Nice fit, lightweight, but not cushioned enough
I had a couple different Burton Boots and they were bulky, heavy, and didn't fit right (heel lift). I got the black thirtytwo boots and it eliminated the heel lift and was lightweight. The problem I had with these is that there isn't a whole lot of cushion. The ball of my foot was killing me after a couple of hours of riding. I would rate these fitting pretty true to size and they are a wider boot, which is awesome because your toes don't go numb, but I would rate these lower on the comfort scale.