Trust in Scotty Steves.
Scott Stevens relies on the Thirty Two Men's TM-Two Stevens Snowboard Boot when he straps in (or doesn't) to perform his skate-influenced boarding wizardry. It has a medium-stiff flex to balance his soft bindings so he gets the right balance of support and flexibility for taking on everything from backcountry jumps to street spots. The Intuition liner is also heat-moldable to provide a custom fit, and a molded Evolution foam insole ensures all-day comfort. System G2 gel cushioning protects your heels from harsh impacts and smooths out the ride. The high-density Evolution Foam outsole also improves cushioning, and it's much lighter than rubber to reduce weight without sacrificing grip so you can still bootpack up icy stairs and rocky ridges.
- Traditional lacing
- Level 3 heat-moldable Intuition liner
- Medium-stiff flex
- Internal lacing system
- High-density Evolution Foam outsole
- System G2 gel cushioning
- Molded Evolution insole
- Articulated cuff and performance backstay
- Tongue tension system
Share your thoughts
I'm wondering if I should get the thirty two lash or tm two. I'm a all mountain rider but I mostly ride park.
The TM Two is going to be stiffer (Medium/Stiff) and more performance oriented. It's their team's number one choice for its superior durability, secure fit and supportive flex. The Lashed is less stiff (Medium Flex) and is built to be just super comfy right out of the box. I think a more advanced rider would do better in a more performance oriented boot like the TM Two.
Hopefully that helps!