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Triple BOA 2015

Hello all, i'm looking for triple BOA boots.

I love boa and i already experimented this system on double boa.
No, i don't want laces

I only foubd thd K2 Thraxis boots.

Do you now other models ?

I look for confortable and stiff boots, i love carving.

Thanks a lot for your advices

Ziel
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Hello all, i'm looking for triple BOA boots.

I love boa and i already experimented this system on double boa.
No, i don't want laces

I only foubd thd K2 Thraxis boots.

Do you now other models ?

I look for confortable and stiff boots, i love carving.

Thanks a lot for your advices

Ziel
32 Focus Boas have triple zone boa lacing. They are on the stiffer side iirc.
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Thank you Radiomuse210.
But I didn't found a review of this boots, with an explanation about the third boa.
Do you know where I can find a good review ?
Thank you for your help
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Yeah they seem good....!
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I bought the Ride Tridents last year.
Very happy with them so far!
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Hello all, i'm looking for triple BOA boots.

I love boa and i already experimented this system on double boa.
No, i don't want laces

I only foubd thd K2 Thraxis boots.

Do you now other models ?

I look for confortable and stiff boots, i love carving.

Thanks a lot for your advices

Ziel
Holding out for Quin-BOA...
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Holding out for Quin-BOA...
Ah, the ultimate in customization!
Tighten each cross lace to your desired tightness for each.
Sweet!
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In Case of BOA malfunction.

Zipper in the rear of boot....
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Thank you Radiomuse210.
But I didn't found a review of this boots, with an explanation about the third boa.
Do you know where I can find a good review ?
Thank you for your help
Ah damn you know what? I think I'm mistaken. It's a triple zonal lacing system, which I took to mean triple boa. It's dual boa with a separate lacing system for the liner, which I don't believe is boa, but like pull laces. I think this is what it means. Sorry about that.


Edit: I'm very confused. This is taken from the description of the 2011 model, but on other models it says dual boa. "Unbelievably customizable fit and improved ankle support make the Thirty Two Men's Focus Boa Snowboard Boots a perfect fit for performance minded riders wanting a comfortable versatile boot. The Triple Zone Boa lacing system uses two adjustment reels and will hold your foot with firm even pressure that doesn't pinch and allows separate forefoot, ankle and cuff tightening in seconds. An inner ankle harness will insure you stay locked in place when torqueing through turns and landing big airs."

So I don't know. How does two reels equal triple zone boa? I guess it means one tightens the cuff and the other tightens the forefoot and ankle?

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