ThirtyTwo Boots


ThirtyTwo boots TM-Two's women's snowboard boot mttheory mittens at Steven's Pass, Washington

Photo credits: Misty Braden

Want to get the scoop on ThirtyTwo’s top of the line women’s boot, the TM-Two’s? Well you have come to the right place. We snagged up a pair this season and have put them through the gauntlet with all sorts of various conditions and terrain. Everyone has different things they look for in a quality boot, but for most, fit, comfort and durability are standard requirements. Although we have yet to customize our pair for that perfect tailored fit, these boots do offer heat moldable liners and footbeds. Even without heat molding, this boot has proved it can still conform to your foot comfortably. It’s inner lacing system is designed to lock your ankle into place, which for women, ankle slippage can be common. We recommend after first lacing them up, take a few laps and then re-tighten them for that perfect, all-day snug fit.

For the park crew digger ladies, this boot holds up to the continuous stomping on shovels and rakes and has seemed to withstand the varying elements while keeping our feet warm and dry. We prefer a nice Merino Wool sock, if your feet are prone to getting cold. One thing to note for the diggers and terrain park hikers, the traction on this boot is a bit slick so in icier conditions, beware of slipping (icy hiking conditions suck for any boot though).

ThirtyTwo boots TM-Two's women's snowboard boot mttheory mittens at Steven's Pass, Washington

Lastly, this boot is a stiffer one so know your riding preferences. Some women prefer a softer boot for rails, but for some of us at the Mag, we prefer a stiffer one for added stability. The TM-Two’s rate as a 7 on the flex scale. If a softer boot is more your style, try their Lashed boot, which is a 4 on the flex scale. These boots do run on the more expensive side, somewhere around $250-$275 pending on where you buy them, but you get what you pay for. We have even seen Olympian Jessika Jensen sport a pair of these boots this season, so if you do not take our word, ask an Olympian!

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About Brittany Roper

Brittany Roper has a B.A. degree in History from Boise State University. She is passionate about women’s issues and sports. She is an avid snowboarder and outdoor enthusiast, who has worked to build a strong female snow community through events centered on women riding and competing together in order to develop healthy relationships. She believes women are NOT a problem but a solution.