The entire mountain is its domain.
Designed with the premise that one boot should be versatile enough to transition from heavy park jumps to slashing pow without skipping a beat, the ThirtyTwo Women's TM-Two slays the entire mountain with a highly responsive, super-lightweight feel. As the team choice for ThirtyTwo's female riders, the TM-Two is the stiffest boot in its women's-specific line for seamless energy transfer when you're blasting turns faster than anyone else on the mountain.
The TM-Two features a traditional lace closure for the fine-tuned fit and precise power we've all come to love from regular laces. Its tongue tension system improves heel hold by preventing the lower zone from loosening as you ride. Enhancing flexibility, the articulated cuff helps you perfect those tweaked-out grabs and stylish presses in the park. And to keep the boot's heel nice and stiff, the performance backstay improves energy transfer for tearing up steeps and dropping into the pipe.
Truly customizing the boot's fit and feel, the Level 3 liner comfortably wraps around your foot without pressure points, thanks to its heat-moldable Intuition foam. The Level 3 footbed features a dual-density heel pod to prevent painful heel bruising, should you knuckle the jump landing. Offering even more heel cushioning, System G2 Gel soaks up nasty impacts in the park and vibrations from hard, choppy snow. Moreover, its Evolution Foam sole not only offers an insanely light feel, but it's also aggressively lugged for sure-footed traction when you're hiking for freshies.
- Hard-charging boot for big jumps and steep terrain
- Stiff flex provides support for high-speed riding
- Traditional lacing is simple and reliable
- Top-of-the-line heat-moldable Level 3 liner
- Level 3 footbed provides excellent cushioning and support
- System G2 Gel dissipates harsh impacts
- STI Evolution foam outsole is lightweight yet grippy
- ThirtyTwo is committed to rider-driven design
- Q & A
Tight, in both ways!!
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
Picked up a pair of these for my sister, brought them home, and she slapped them on and boy were they tight!
If you are looking for a stiffer female boot to rip with, then this is the boot for you. Straight out of the box, trying to compress these boots was almost next to impossible. The amount of response she got from the boot was bar none better than her other boots.
When she tried them on, she said her front big toe was on the edge of the liner, which is perfect since snowboard boots are going to pack out. It may take some time to pack these boots in, and it may be a painful break in period but in the end she is going to have the best performing boot. Just ask any aggressive skier how the break in period on their boots were, ouch.
Also if you are experiencing any play in the heel, thirtytwo does this cool thing where they give you discs to put into your liner to prevent lift. No excuses, get out and send with a super responsive and stiff boot.
Black toenails, extreme disappointment
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Bought these boots at the beginning of the season for use in bounds but primarily for back country. They are great for in bounds, absolute garbage for skinning and boot packing. The toe box lacks adequate padding. I've never had black toe nails from snowboard boots and now I have 6 of them. No, these boots are not too small. I have plenty of wiggle room and a little play in the heel cup. I've also always worn the same size. In addition, these boots are soft and not as stiff as I'd anticipated. I've only had one 12 + mile day in them and I can now feel a few pressure points from my bindings. I'm really surprised that they packed out like that so quickly and that the construction is so minimal.
I've worn 32 boots for the past 6 seasons and after these heart breakers, I don't think I'll ride another season in any of their boots.