ThirtyTwoTM-Two XLT Snowboard Boot - Men's

Hike the line, and charge hard.

Reinforced with a Vibram sole and rubber toe cap, the ThirtyTwo Men's TM-Two XLT Snowboard Boot delivers the highly responsive feel and aggressive traction desired by riders charging pro-sized parks and big-mountain lines. Its classic lace-up design gives riders the control to cinch down the boot tightly, with a tongue tension system preventing unwanted heel lift on high-speed carves.

The boot's articulated cuff preserves its shape over time, preventing shell distortion by fluidly flexing, making it extra supportive for charging hard. The rubber toe cap prevents excess wear, especially when you're ratcheting down your binding's toe strap. Blissfully conforming to your feet, the Level 3 Intuition Foam liner offers a precise fit with an internal harness that cinches tightly to prevent excess foot movement. There's a Dual Power Wrap closure atop the liner, which tightens down for maximum security. And because it's meant for icy walks across the resort lot and demanding boot-packs above treeline, the rugged Vibram sole has hiking-specific traction, alongside a heel welt for use with crampons on backcountry missions.

  • A burly snowboard boot for park and big-mountain lines
  • Stiff flex is great for going fast and charging steep terrain
  • Vibram sole + toe cap is light and rugged for bootpacking
  • Lace-up design is optimal for keeping heel locked down
  • Articulating cuff and backstay increases lifetime of boot
  • Pressure pad minimizes internal lace biting
  • Level 3 Intuition liner is thermo-moldable for custom fit
  • Evolution Foam performance footbed offers support and heel cushioning
  • Reviews
  • Q & A


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got these boots to work in bounds and our of bounds. both of my big toes are black and blue. one worse than the other which will probably be falling off soon enough. I like the boot and the performance of them. its not a terrible feel on the toes but there is a pressure there that does cause some damage. i am not the only one as i have hear the same from many. I love ThirtyTwo boots but something probably needs to change.


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought these as a gift. Here is what he said, "I love these boots! I have been doing a lot of hiking up and riding down. I ride almost every day and they fit me perfectly. They are heat moldable, but even before you get them molded to your feet, they just fit. Snug and comfortable. Exactly what you need your snowboard boots to be."

Super duty!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are some super duty boots. I ride 3 to 4 times a weeks and these have held up great! I ride my resort as well as split and these boots have taken a real beating but through it all seem to have held up really well. I love Thirtytwo boots but the problem i had was they always seemed to pack out too much and by the end of the season I always felt like I was swimming in them and not to mention the intuition foam seemed to eventually pack down and that made it seem really hard. This boot i have not had that probably or even remotely start to see that happen with these. If I get another flawless season with these they will be the best boots i have ever owned.

Sick boot, not that durable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

On day 20 of riding the Vibram sole started peeling on the heel of the boot. In which I repaired with some shoe goo. This may have been a bad batch of boots, who knows. Outside of that, I loved this boot everywhere I went Including the park. Good all mountain boot with a good sole tread for hiking that can handle the park( for the most part).

Sick boot, not that durable

Initial impressions

    These seem pretty legit, but I have yet to use them . The fit is true to size, they are super duper stiff and at first almost seem too stiff, but I think they will break in very well, and the vibram sole should help keep them stiff for multiple seasons.

    I like the heel hug feature that cups around your ankle to prevent your heal from lifting, I think it'll really help while touring and getting pitted.