ThirtyTwo TM-Two Snowboard Boot - Men's - 2009
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August 21, 2010
Currently have Flows, prob moving to Unions during or after this coming season. Replacing my DEELUXE IDs after 3 good seasons, so how well would these 32's fit in to the scheme of things for me??
I am looking to get myself into a boot with a smaller foot print than the size 11 DEELUXEs, if possible.. These DEELUXE boots also fit snug at first but then packed out after the 2nd season. I ended up by the end with a lil wiggle room which led to heel lift no matter how tight I made them, but I do have some pretty scrawny feet. These boots also had about a 1/4" increase in the foot print size than my previously ridden Burton SL6s I agree with the views against heat molding the liners now.
So, I see there is only a size 10 or 11 left here, how would these 11s compare to what I had in recent history, and how would they fit in with what I mentioned for bindings??
I'll also be dropping back from Speed Lacing but that should be a good thing...
Thanks a mil guys, peace.
Flex Rating: 6 (1 Soft 10 Stiff)
By: Cory Guru
June 25, 2010
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im thinking of this boots for 2011 i have a pair of forcasts size 42 im a us 9.5 my twos are like hurting coz they are pressed on the end of the boot a pair of k2 darko bowa condas same size but awsome fit what u think it chould be of? what should i do?
February 26, 2010
Well depends on what kind of lacing system you want to go for. I know the Darko's come in traditional and BOA lacing. Every BOA system i have ridden have not felt true like a traditional lacing system. Almost like its not your foot but more like an attachment. Maybe thats just me, but some ppl love it. The Darkos are super soft when they get broken in, and my buddy's pair were packed out to sh** after a season of riding them. It also depends on what kind of riding you do and how soft or stiff you like your boots. I personally have a pair of last years TM-2's and couldn't be happier. They destroy everything you throw at them. Super cush foot-bed, good heel hold, and feel like you are wearing a marshmellow on your foot haha. But they don't lose feeling with the board because of that. I would go for the TM-2's for sure. Tried, tested and true. 32 for lifeeee
By: Kris McGregor
March 16, 2010
I just bought a pair of these TM-Two's the other day! So stoked...boots look so good, thing is...I'm a size 13 and the liner is just snug enough to be a bit painful. I know the boots are not even close to being packed out but do you guys think after getting them heat molded, it will give me the additional room to be comfortable. I'm just so jammed up cuz I love them alot! Looking for some reassurance about heat molding them!
October 14, 2009
I bought my TM2 boots in 05/06 and I know what you're going through. I wear an 11, bought an 11 and had that super-snug feeling for about the first 10 days on the slopes, and on the first day of the season every winter since then. I never had them heat molded, but that would probably help. The boots are super warm and I found it helped to wear a thin sock.
So, yeah I didn't get them molded, but they did eventually pack in, and I've loved them ever since. I'm about to replace them this year because the old style boot doesn't fit my Burton Cartel binding very well.
By: David Zemens
December 10, 2009
Hey man, I've ridden the TM-2 since 2002 (same model, different years). This boot keeps me coming back because of the close fit you're talking about. The break in time is longer than other boots certainly, but they end up being the perfect boot for an all-mountain rider. Stiffer and narrower than the Lashed, TM-2's provide enough ankle support for any riding condition. Anyway, to answer your ?, I've tried heatmolding them out of the box and haven't been as happy compared to when I ride them w/o heatmolding and just letting them form to my feet over time (which they will). call me sadistic but I appreciate the break-in process of a boot, if you hate that, consider heatmolding them. But keep in mind after you heatmold them, this liner will continue to mold to your foot's unique shape even after this is done. There's nothing that standing in a shop with hot boots on your feet can do the same way riding your boot does- you just can't beat it. Yes, these seem like they have a tight fit at first, and honestly, if it's excruciating,consider other boots, if it's just enough pinch to ignore, suck it up for now as you break it in. Also keep in mind leaning forward on your boots when you're riding them isn't anything just like wearing them around. If you're willing to put in the time w/ these boots, you will be rewarded with awesome performance. My current pair is on their last leg but has lasted me 2+ years (that's crazy). Anyway, sorry for the rant but I hoped it helped. I need to shut up sometimes.
October 15, 2009
James R. Strawser
December 3, 2009
I work and ride in my snowboard boots over a 150 days a year. Longevity is important to me and my pocket book. I have ridden these boots tens days and they have broken in without heat molding them. The soles are a foam compound that is wearing off pretty quick with walks to and from the gondola. Everything else is great flexes when needed and rides solid at high speeds. Shred on shredders.
C - Snowboard, Skate, Surf Buyer
January 21, 2010
Could you ask for a better boot that fits and and super light in weight? The only option would be another ThirtyTwo boot. Heat moldable STI Evolution foam will make you feel like you are wearing a glove on your foot. Boots fit about half a size larger (usually a 10 but I wear a 9.5 in ThirtyTwos). The only issue that I have is that these do break down a little faster then other boots out there, but I feel the fit and weight justify the purchase.