Still on top, for good reason.
Boots with fancy alternative lacing systems come and go, but the ThirtyTwo Men’s Lashed Snowboard Boot just holds the course … and holds onto its place as the best-seller in ThirtyTwo’s line. Standard laces aren’t a hassle since Independent Lacing Eyestays create optimal leverage as you tighten them; this means you won’t be slopping around in the Lashed after a couple of runs. You’ll be enjoying this super-lightweight, flexy boot without interruption, lap after lap.
- New bumper on the top of the toe box protects your boot from everyday wear and tear
- STI Evolution Foam EVA outsole reduces weight and absorbs shock for a cushy ride
- Articulating cuff shell construction delivers smooth flex and reduces heel lift
- Heat-moldable Level 3 liner includes internal and external overlays for enhanced fit, support, and response
- 3-D molded tongue enhances fit and feel
- Inner Ankle Harness secures foot to reduce heel-lift
- Aegis antimicrobial coating in the liner means you won’t clear the room when you pull off your boot
- Medium flex for all-mountain riding
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These boots are awesome. They're super comfy and you can take em all over. Much better than any boots I've used in the past. The velcro on the liner is a really great feature. Also, the grey/ orange color looks awesome!!
these are the most comfortable boots ever. they flex nice but also secure your foot in place. the only complaint i have is that they squeek when you walk but it not something that would keep me from buying them.
Awesome boots! Keeps your feet warm. Good support. Great all around boot. Comfortable all day.
If you have big feet you might want to get a different boot though because the tread width on these are gargantuan! I wish I could keep them, but I think I'll trade them into dogfunk because fitting into the binding cage sucks...
I fell in love with these boots as soon as i put them on. All around comfort, on and off the board. Move great when carving and the flow of riding itself. Never got any of the slipping like i did in other boots and didnt have my feet cramp up.
great awesome super comfortable....but
this boot is the most comfortable boot ive had on so far...used em a few days now an ive had no problems, even walking around in em they flex like regular shoes compared to other boots ive had. my only problem with them is they dont fit in the cage of my new 390 bindings. the treads are so wide my feet are actually never flat in the front of the footbed. hopefully Rome acknowledges this an can help me out as Im not giving up the boots. an they are super tight in my old ride bindings aswell. hopefully this gets resolved quickly, its snowing outside
absolutely sick boot, had the ultralights before and everything about this boot is better besides the weight. quite a bit softer but still plenty of support so you aren't washing out all the time. First time riding them today and im finding it SO much easier to press and ollie with them. The grey-orange colourway looks so sick too.
Ended up getting these in the 9. I've had them on for about 3 hours straight now and my god, its like walking in heaven. For some points of reference, I wear a size 9-9.5 Nike 6.0 and a size 9 Puma street shoe, my old Vans boots were size 9.5, and the Lashed size 9's fit perfectly. I bought them a little smaller because I read they pack out quite a bit more than other boots, and after a few weeks I'll come back and update on how they feel once they have some good use to them.
best boot to date that i have owned. Super light, super sturdy, suuuuuper comfy. thanks to the intuition lining, the more you wear them the more they form to your foot, its like wearing sneakers........ Easy lace on and really easy to pop off(easier to take off than put on )
Thinkin about buyin these in a 9. Wondering...
Thinkin about buyin these in a 9. Wondering if they're pretty low profile? Have some Vans now and not a fan of how bulky they are in comparison to other boots and looking for something sleeker.
They are one of the lower profile boots on the market. 32 makes very compact boots with great technology. I have owned many other boots and I find that the 32 boots are one of the lowest profile boots I have owned. I have had multiple pairs of the 32 lashed boot and they fit great and feel very comfortable.
They are a relatively low profiled boot in comparison to most out there. BUT you have to look at the width of the tread/sole. The Lashed are on the of the widest treads out right now and some people complain about the fit in the cage of the binding. I have this problem aswell with my Lashed, but because I ride a L/XL binder, it fits a little better. The TM2's are a skinier profiled boot and are slimmer in the toe box, and they fit better in my binders rather than my Lashed. But I switch them up from park to all mountain days. True to size and they pack out a good amount depending on how much you ride. I have ridden Lashed for 2 years now and my TM2's for a year and the pack out is greater on the Lashed than the TM2's. I ride 100+ days a year, so I put a good amount of abuse on my gear. But I have no problems with my Lashed and they are a great boot. Hope this helps bro
yeah 32's is a super low profile boot
really happy with these. not too many features, just what's needed, such as the velcro on the tongue that keeps it from slipping and shifting, really nice feature. took a while to break in, but that's what i get for not heat molding them. not the warmest boots ever, but warm enough with regular snowboard socks above about 20 degrees or so, after that toe warmers arent a bad idea. overall really stoked, another great product from 32.
Are these good for wide feet?
Are these good for wide feet?
Well they are one of the wider foot beds/ treads on the market right now. I have size 12's and a pretty wide foot and they are nice and comfy on me. If not, I know that Solomon makes wide boots, but I dunno if you want to go that rout. As soo as you heat mould them, they will conform perfectly. But the Lashed are pretty wide as is, so unless you have rediculously wide feet then you are good to go. Hope this helps bro
Best boots I've had
Definitely the best boots I've ridden thus far, Buy them maybe a half size small...
These boots are super comfy, I usually only wear whatever ankle socks I happen to be wearing at the time when I wear these. Super warm, super comfy and they honestly feel just a little heavier than my Nike running shoes! Trust me you wanna swoop these up!
i just got these about an hour ago and was super happy with the design and comfort. getting the boot on for the first time was a little hard but after an hour of breaking in it gets better. once your in them it feels like your going to roll forward but that feeling goes away with time also. my favorite thing about these boots is the velcro on the inner tongue it helps prevent the tongue from moving when your riding whitch was sorta a problem with my old ones. i did a comparison with these and my old boots and they weigh half as much as my old ones did! i would highly recomend this boot for its price!!!!
Awesome boots. Real comfy, lighter than shoes, and fit perfect with the Rome 390 Boss Bindings. Suggestion for this combo though would be to get the L/XL bindings if you get the size 9 boot because the S/M bindings are too narrow for that recommended size fit. Length can always be adjusted.
I am not living in the U.S and wondering...
I am not living in the U.S and wondering if dog funk ships "Thirty Two" boots to Canada?
Yea man they do. The only companies that dont really ship here are Nike, Ride and some Burton. But 32 is all good bro. Ive ordered boots for my bro and got them in 8 days from DF and I live in Ontario, so thats not bad at all
did they get rid of the tongue tension...
did they get rid of the tongue tension system for the 2011 model? i dont see it in the photo
edit; they did do away with the tongue tension system, for anyone who was wondering. I rode them all year though, and they are still as solid as ever. The lashed continues to be the perfect resort boot. It's capable of riding everything. soft enough, but not too soft.
No man, its there. But instead of the power strap to lock it all down, they have replaced that with velcro enclosures on either side of the tongue that attaches to the liner. Seems to hold well and no real pinching and what not
Wondering how to molde my lashed boot for...
Wondering how to molde my lashed boot for a custome fit?
doing it at home.
You really shouldnt do it at home bro. Take it to your local shop and have them do it with the proper heaters. BUT if you must do it your self, take out the inner foot bed, put a really good hair dryer in your boot and heat. Put the foot bed back in and wear them for a while. I personally wouldnt do it at home, but if you must, thats the best way to do it
shops have the actual 'thirtytwo' heaters, but the boot will naturally mold to your foot after a few times of wearing them. otherwise, they need to be heated, without the footbeds in, then laced up relatively tight and worn for a few mintues with something under your toes (like i broom stick) to keep the correct pressure on your toes
was wondering what size to get? i wear a...
was wondering what size to get? i wear a size 10
9.5 for sure, snowboard boot padding packs in like a mofo, the last thing you want is your foot slideing around giving you heal lift. 9.5 or smaller my friend, and if you have a local board shop go there and just try on a pair of 32's, which everyones they have just to get a feel for em. The other day i went to my board shop and tried on a 8 and they were way to small so i went to size 8.5 which is half a size smaller than my street shoes and they fit like a dream. So go to the store try on the boots lean forward in them and if your heal lifts more then a deck of cards ya gotta go smaller.
you deff should go to a shop and try on a pair or two...the perfict fit is one where the toes BAIRLY touch the end of the boot while standing straight and when you flex forward the gap between toe and boot should open up and have no contact