ThirtyTwo Ultralight Snowboard Boot - Men's - 2009
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February 12, 2011
This boot blows. No support, horribly uncomfortable due to crap material and padding. I read previously that the optional heat molded pads weren't worth adding due to the fact that the footbed is hard as a rock. I got mine in Breckenridge when my other boots wore through mid-week and made a little bit of a hasty decision. Don't waste your money.
I plan to throw these in the first fire of the summer and dance.
February 1, 2010
yeah the lightest..amazing.. at first felt a bit plastic but after 30 days riding super comf and enough flex..laces are starting to fray on back foot from resting board on lifts - expected though..
super grippy and snug to walk or board 8 hrs straight..
i got the photo size 11 US..they fit the Rome 390 L/XL perfect..binding have started to stain the boot but doesn't bother me any..
March 16, 2010
these are the worst boots I have ever worn, felt like hell for 2 weeks of breaking them in[riding everyday], then after a month of riding everything started to fall apart, almost all the lace loops tore making it impossible to tie your boots, and they are not waterproof at all
October 15, 2009
These boots are LIGHT. They really don't compare to anything else I found out there in the weight category. I was riding Burton Ions, and these boots shaved over a pound off of each foot, which makes a very noticeable difference by the middle / end of the day (I have big feet, which means gear weight is always a battle). They offer a bit less stiffness than I'm used to, but then I'm an all-mountain freestyle rider. For anyone looking for a killer, flyweight freestyle boot, this is it.