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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-27-2010, 03:54 PM Thread Starter
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Thirtytwo boots?

Have any guys wore any of Thirtytwo's boots?
At my local shop there's a pair that are on sale in my boyfriends size that were originally about $500 and are reduced to $240 since they are last years and last pair left in size 13 or 14.
Apparently they have that tracking system in them incase of emergencies, which is very practical.

So basically I was just looking for opinions on fit and comfort ect...

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I tried a pair of the 32 boa boots. They felt good in the store, but I rode them for one day and returned them. They were very uncomfortable and my feet were cramping all day, but everyone has different feet so it may be totally different for someone else.
Which model are they?
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damn i forgot the model.... they have them set aside for me at the store lol.


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boots u have to try on to know if they're right.. i love my 32s. in general, i think they're for wider feet though
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For sure have him try them on, and other pairs before buying. Everyone's feet are different so ultimately brand/price doesn't mean much if they don't fit properly. As someone who has flat/wide feet and big calfs, my 32 Prions worked rather well for me.

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depends on the model of the boot really but overall thirty two makes awesome boots
personally ,i love everything about my 32's...super light,super comfortable,durable, all around great boots
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I tried a pair of the 32 boa boots. They felt good in the store, but I rode them for one day and returned them. They were very uncomfortable and my feet were cramping all day, but everyone has different feet so it may be totally different for someone else.
Which model are they?
These boots are always uncomfortable at first. They mold to your feet after a couple rides then they are the most comfortable boots you can find. I wont ride anything but thirtytwo. Best boots out there, easy.
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Last year got new focus boas, took 6-7 full days of riding before fitting like a glove.


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I rocked 32's all last year and loved them. Light, comfy, and they heat molded them at the shop for me... dunno if other companies do that too though?
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I didn't really like the boa system either, oh well. I ended up with some salomon's and I love them.
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