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Scott Stevens makes the word creative seem grossly inadequate, so Thirty Two gave him his own signature version of the TM-Two boot to handle all of his jibberish. This team favorite features a mid-stiff flex, that's got plenty of support for one-footed freestyle, and just enough flex to get wild in the park. The articulated cuff gives it more freedom than you'd expect from a boot this responsive. It runs on Thirty Two's top-of-the-line Level 3 liner. That means they're heat-moldable, they use dual density foam for a perfect fit, and they get molded footbeds that cradle your feet. The STI foam outsole saves tons of weight over an old school rubber sole, and they've proven to be super durable. They include a heel hold kit, to make sure your feet stay put when you're flying all over the hill. Rad boots backed by a rad dude, what's not to like?

  • Traditional laces
  • Medium-stiff flex
  • Articulated cuff
  • 3D molded tongue
  • STI Evolution foam outsole

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5 5

Ooooohhh....

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Wow. These boots feel like heaven on my feet. They come with intuition liners (which normally cost about $200 separately!) which, in my experience, are the best for molding/break-in time, heat retention, and resistance to packing out. Also, I've used these boots a few times now but the heel hold has been superb! I have a tough time getting good heel hold but these guys really clamp down on your heel without causing discomfort. They also come with a heel hold kit if it's needed but I haven't had to use it yet (maybe when the liners begin to pack out a bit). Additionally, they boast a nice roomy toe box which allows enough room to wiggle your toes and keep the blood flowing. I have been riding some really stiff boots in the past at the cost of giving up a bit comfort so I went down a bit stiffness with these guys but they have not disappointed. Plenty of stiffness for an aggressive, responsive, double-diamond ride yet they have just enough flex to be forgiving on hard landings and be an all-around comfortable boot. One more thing: super light weight! Walking around in these is so easy and it doesn't feel like you're wearing ankle weights when trying to walk around the lodge/resort. Overall: a very well thought out and well rounded boot that won't disappoint!

5 5

3rd pair, 3 years strong

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I will never buy another boot unless given one for free...I love these boots, perfect flex and perfect stiffness. The boots are proper for freestyle/big mountain riding and are also playful enough for the park...You cant buy a better boot for this price. The heat molding is a big plus on these. The break-in period lasted about 3-4 days? then after that they fit like a glove! My feet never get cold and never get too hot. The boots are also incredibly light and the grip is pretty suburb as well.

5 5

I have last seasons Scott Stevens.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is an awesome boot. I spent the last several seasons riding Burton Ions and SLX. Burton makes a nice boot but they are expensive. 32 was the first boot I ever owned so I decided to go back. I am a very experienced all mountain rider. Going on 18 years. Ride anywhere from 40 to 100 days in a season. I like a stiff boot and love to lay down an edge and carve a hard turn. Scott Stevens boot is super comfy, stiff but not over stiff. I ride so many days that I usually buy a new boot every season. Boot breaks down and I hate when it gets sloppy feeling. Boot has been holding up well but starting to have to really tie the laces as tight as I can and crank down the binding. When my feet start to hurt I know it is time to buy a new boot. Not there yet but I will buy another Scott Stevens when that time comes. Also checking out the 32 Prime.

I have never had a pair of Thirty Two...

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I have never had a pair of Thirty Two boots, so I am trying to figure out what size I would need in these. I have a pair of Burton Motos in an 8 1/2 though. Anyone know if the two are comparable or if I would need to go up/down a half size?

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Hey Landon,

I just got a pair of ThirtyTwos for the first time and got the exact my exact shoe size I would normally wear. With thermo-molding the liner they fit about perfectly. If you like a little extra room go up a half size but for that custom fit stay with what you normally wear.

5 5

Perfect Combination of Response and Flex

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

You can take these boots anywhere on the mountain. I was looking for a boot with enough response for deep days and enough flex for park laps. This is that boot. These boots are very light weight, and do not form any pressure points during a full day on the mountain. The traditional lacing on this boot is very solid from the liner pull, to the laces. You can't go wrong with the CTT collab, either.

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I just got these boots. Does anyone use...

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I just got these boots. Does anyone use the stackable heel pads? I think I'm going to ride them until they pack in a little before sticking them on. Kinda depends on whether I get any heel lift. They are pretty snug and I didn't do the heat mold yet either. Still debating that too.
Any advice?

How stiff is this boot?

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How stiff is this boot?

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Hey Tanner,

This boot is 7 out of 10 on ThirtyTwo's Scale, I wouldn't want these in the park, but I have a pair or Burton Driver-X's and these are nowhere near as stiff as those.