Comfort and performance for the long-haul.
Sure, the ThirtyTwo Women's Lashed Snowboard Boot looks really sweet with its bright color pops and subtle texture variations, but what really matters is the boot's legendary performance and insanely comfortable fit. This all-mountain freestyle boot gives you plenty of support to cruise the entire mountain, yet its medium flex and articulating cuff won't restrict movement when you lock into presses and tweak grabs off jumps.
Keeping your feet happy from first run 'till last, the boot's thermo-moldable Level 2 liner features dual-density Intuition foam for a truly custom fit, especially if you heat mold 'em right from the box. Its molded-EVA Level 2 footbed absorbs nasty vibrations when you stick heavy jump landings and cruise over bumpy, rutted-out terrain. Adding proper arch support, the footbed's molded TPU heel-cradle makes for a supremely comfortable fit.
Most impressive is the boot's superior build quality, making them a favorite among ladies who shred hard all season long. The boot's articulating cuff eliminates shell distortion, helping the Lashed retain its shape for a proper fit throughout the entire season. This cuff design also allows for uninhibited flex, should you butter, press, and tweak your way through the park. Its 3D-molded tongue ensures an even flex without pressure points for a better overall feel, and the Performance backstay increases durability, especially where the boot rubs against the binding's highback. Additionally, the ladies' Lashed is equipped with a high-density Evolution foam sole for lightweight performance.
- Medium flex
- Thermo-moldable Level 2 liner
- Molded-EVA level 2 footbed
- Articulating cuff
- 3D-molded tongue
- Performance backstay
- High-density Evolution foam sole
Share your thoughts
I wear a 7.5 shoe. Would ordering an 8.5 in this boot be too big? I'm trying to take in to count that I will be wearing thick socks.
Stick with your shoe size. The fit of snowboarding boots takes into account layer. But going up a full size will give you way too much play around your foot. Either jamming toes or heel lift.
I've done it and the slappy loose feeling held my ability back. I actually size down half sizes and get the boots fitted.
Backcountry can send you 2 pairs so you can figure out your size. Hit the "Live Chat" button on the very top of the screen.