Dominate the whole mountain in your ThirtyTwo Lashed Boots.
Share your thoughts
Good for inbounds\ park
I picked the Lashed up mostly cause they fit my burton bindings better than my other boots. they work great, light and agile. The fit runs large but the liners help get a secure fit.
For as much backcountry and hiking as I do these boots aren't cut out for it. Way too soft to dig the toes in.
do they fit true to size?
do they fit true to size?
I have a size 12 skate shoe and my lashed are 12's aswell. So yes they are very tru to size
i love my 32 lashed boots they are amazing. i ride my boots +100 days a year and they hold up fine.get them. i am sticking with 32s for long time.
Write your question here.. when i bought...
Write your question here.. when i bought these boots they said you could heat up the sole and mold it to your foot how do you do that
You need to take it to your local shop and have it professionally done. Do not do it yourself.
Great boot for the price
Hard to beat these boots for the price. Out of the box they are relatively soft. A few days to break them in, and get used to wearing snowboard boots again, but no long break-in period. They are a quintessential park/mile freeride boot. Plenty of flex for rails and boxes right off the bat. If you ride everyday, these may last a season. If you ride weekends, they should last a season no problem. Because they are a softer boot, they will pack and wear out, but not earlier than any other boot of a similar softness. They treat me well all over the mountain. Liner lacing system could be better/more secure. Pressure points will depend on your particular foot, as I experience none.
They get the job done
I would consider this a medium flex boot, which I like. They worked well for me in the backcountry and around the mountain, including open groomers and in the park. Although, the boot sole is a bit thick, so I don't get the "feel" of the board that I have had in some other boots, but this also benefited when landing airs a bit flat. Not a big fan of conventional laces anymore, as I'm constantly adjusting them these days and I can't seem to get the upper boot tight enough. Do they make these with a Boa system? Also, the inner lacing system is only decent, but not efficient or well designed as some other boots (ahem..Burton). I found that the inner lacing system doesn't tighten evenly, causing some discomfort. I have only used them a few days though so this will probably get better. True to size.
these are cash fer sure. the sti foam holds up as well as eva and is so damp. even on my artifact they sucked up the vibrations and are super cush for hard landings and such. the flex is perfect and the strap around the calf makes it wicker versatile. set it loose fer a buttery feel or tight for deeper snow or in between. they don't ever smell after a warm day either. for 200 dollars i think everyone should have this boot
i love these boots. the fit so cush and are very light weight. both of them dont weigh as much as one of my ride boots. they are similar to my nike 6.0 skate shoes. wicked comfy light and durable. i noticed they get wrinkled around the calf area but thats mainly cause i hike park all day and i never affected flex. sadly the first day i used i scuffed the mint toe cause i kicked it with the back of the other boot. dont do that haha. the flex is dope and i can make make the boot nice and snug and tweak away but still kill it when landing and turning hard. for the money you wont find a better boot. plus my sweaty feet never stink it up cause the anti bacterial somethin foam that they use. the foam soles hold up perfect and didnt even get torn up on my stomp pad. the boots are sex on your feet
I love these boots!! they feel lighter than my circa skate shoes
i ride park and backcountry and these boots get it done everywhere, their not very expensive either.
i would definatly recommend these boots, support 32!! their the best boot company going
This boot straight up rocks... Plenty of flex if you wanna shred the park... but you can crank em tight if you wanna get wild in the pow or back country. Id recommend these boots...I'd say they are comparable to boots much more expensive. The Lashed is a solid f'in boot.
I've beenusing the Prospect for about 4 years an I admit that they were a bit diffult to break in and didn't become comfortable unitl after my 10th session. the new lashed on the other hand have only taken me 2 session to get the the point whre my old Prospects felt. Way to go Thirtytwo!!!!!
Great boot. Some people were saying they didn't break in very quick but i was comfortable in them from the first ride. i wore them around the house for about an hour the day before. Super warm boot. Really comfortable. my heal slips right back into the pocket for a perfect fit. kinda hard to get off when the day's over, but i might just be lazy and not loosen it up enough. great boot i'd recommend to anyone.
I love these boots! They are very light weight. They stay tight all day while riding. They keep my feet very warm while riding. I would definately recommend getting these boots.
they are nice, but not as not as the tm-two's. would recommend the tm-two over the lash if your budget can afford it. but overall it is a good all around boot.
great boot. great price.
these boots are amazing. very tough and stiff while still being a "soft boot." took about a couple days at the mountain to break in the boots. super comfy and have great lacing systems. makes sure your heel stays in place. can't complain about anything with these boots.
Buy these now.....
After riding in top of the line Burton and DC boots, I switched to the Lashed by 32. I've got nothing against the other two firms I mention, but wow, the Lashed are light-years ahead in terms of comfort, ride quality and value, not to mention like 5 pounds lighter than the others. I wear a size 12 street shoe and needed a 14 Lashed, but am very happy that they actually have less over hang than both the Burtons and the DCs. Great boots. Totally satisfied and am riding stronger and longer due to better fit, feel, performance and weight.
Thirty Two all the way
I refuse to ride anything other than 32 boots now that I've owned 2 pair.
they are the most comfy, best designed, best looking, longest lasting, warmest, sickest boots out there. Buy 32 lashed boot, you wont regret it.
I know that these say all mountain... but...
I know that these say all mountain... but i want to know if they have nice stiff flex that's agile enough to really tweak grabs?
I think these are on the 'park' side of all mountain. That said, the articulating cuff and traditional laces let you tighten where and how you want, so you can crank the whole boot down, or leave the top looser to tweak. o crap I didn't know I could change Barrett's answer sorry
For sure these boots are soft enough to get your tweak on. They are an all-mountain boot as in you can ride the entire mountain, but I would not classify them as "all-mountain" flex. They are pretty soft, so don't worry about that.
Floating on air.
When you slip into the ThirtyTwo Lashed snowboard boots your feet instantly go to a soft cloudy place. Hugging your feet and ankle is the most comfortable and form fitting boot possible. You will glide off kickers and onto rails with an almost magical sence of connection to your board. Buy these boots, your feet will thank you.
___I have rode the Lashed for 3 seasons now, I love them. Mine have held up really well and still have the comfort that they did on day one. Walking is easy in these as they are light. I ride all types of surfaces and these rock on every part of the mountain___