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All twist, no shout.

Click and spin your way to comfort with the ThirtyTwo STW Boa Women's Snowboard Boot. Its Boa lacing system makes getting a locked-in, glove-like fit as easy as a simple spin of a knob, and it won't loosen up like regular lacing. A medium-soft flex confidently tackles the entire mountain for a great mix of support and tweakability. EVA cushioning system housed within the rubber outsole gives you shock absorption during flat landings and big hits. The Level 1 Intuition liner can be heat molded for a customized fit and features an internal lacing system.

  • Boa lacing system
  • Medium-soft flex
  • Heat moldable, Level 1 Intuition liner
  • Rubber outsole with EVA cushioning
  • 3D molded tongue

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5 5

Soo comfy!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I love these boots! I used to have a pair of DC Phases and boy, are these 100x better!! I used to complain all the time about the lace-ups not being tight enough no matter how hard I tried, and that my heel hold was crap. Not anymore!! I absolutely love the BOA system... I'm always the first one of my friends ready for the mountain now. The boots have a very nice liner that's plush and secure. I don't even have to crank the BOA super tight to maintain a great heel hold. When I'm on the board, I get great response leaning into my turns even though it only has a "medium-soft" flex. I don't even take these boots off when we get back in the car after riding all day. They fit very true to size and I never get pressure points.