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What Chronos said.

I've had the same problems as you do. 6 pairs of boots and none really held down my heels. What did it for me are Nitro Team TLS. I tried them out after four unrelated boot fitters told me about how they have changed their boots in the last two years. They have an incredibly articulated heel cuff and are the first that don't make my heel slip one bit. Try the Nitro line. It has improved snowboarding for me by a huge margin.
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What Chronos said.

I've had the same problems as you do. 6 pairs of boots and none really held down my heels. What did it for me are Nitro Team TLS. I tried them out after four unrelated boot fitters told me about how they have changed their boots in the last two years. They have an incredibly articulated heel cuff and are the first that don't make my heel slip one bit. Try the Nitro line. It has improved snowboarding for me by a huge margin.
I tried a couple boots and so far the Nitros have been doing it for me... the independent upper and lower lacing is amazing.. heel hold is epic.. they are GREAT boots...

thanks to all that recommended them!

now starting to think a new board might be in my future..
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so what I am hearing is...

articulated cuff...
dual zone lacing/boa...
better footbed...

those as some of the important things... I am pretty sure my current boots have none of those..
There is nothing like the old school lacing system. Everything thse guys said is correct. But if you really want true adjustability( which will help tweak the areas your foot is more difficult) then nothing beats the lace. I just got the 32 Tm-Two's and holy crap man. Its like night and day..

And your right, I never realized how much of a hindrance my boots were for my riding. Just having that extra confidence is doing wonders for me in the park. I could always carve well so the park is really where i saw a real difference.

I would definitely look at the 32 line as well bro.
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