Been on these boots 140+ this season so far. Starting out they were not comfortable, but after the break in period superb feel. The hard toe box is just as firm as day one- no foot smoosh from the toe cap, ever! They ride responsive without being over stiff and I felt more locked into this boot than I ever did with wearing the XLTs for 2 full winters. The durability is a solid one thumbs up! They have a few splits seams from bindings, and the ankle support is not unreasonably diminished. The Elite liner is dope! Especially since there are no seams on the Elite liner, there aren't the nasty pressure points like the old liners. It also holds way less moisture than the old liners, my previous over-sweaty foot problem was mostly solved from this liner. The liner is pain in ass to remove and put back in though. The sole is meh, now that the boot totally broken in and worn down, the foam X part of the sole bulges out past the rubber. IMO- a virbram sole like on the XLTs would be a great addition. The extra foot arch support thingys, and recoil ankle stick thingys are also dope. On my back foot outside recoil ankle stick thingy started to form a blister on my ankle and i changed the stick location from the designated sleeve to bout an inch over and problem solved but was easy to lose when taking the boots off. The boot as a whole seems less volume than other 32s i've had which helps give that tighter feel. I've been very happy with the boot thanks team 32!!
The pinnacle in comfort and customizability the TM3 is the most versatile boot in the line. Tackle any terrain with ease. With superior durability and support ride all winter long with consistent fit and flex.Canada: $565.99 CAD
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Coming out of Tm2, this is worlds better. More supportive, adjustable stiffness, and the adaptive arch support is incredible.
I ride park city twice a week whatever the conditions may be. I stick mainly to blues and blacks and love catching a decent amount of air. Every boot has a break-in period and these boots are no exception however, the heat molding tech has greatly expedited that process. After heat molding and about 4 snowboarding sessions, these boots fit perfectly. I usually wear a 10(one foot is 9.5 and one is 10.0) but decided a little apprehensively to go for the 9.5. I can say with confidence that even though I was a little nervous sizing down, I am completely satisfied with the fit now. The first few days were a bit rough. At some points, my feet hurt and my toes fell asleep but I had faith that they would eventually conform to my feet and I am so glad I got them. I am excited to test the longevity of the foam liner because it has become very comfortable while still remaining responsive. I have a slightly higher arch than average but the customizable insole was able to really help reduce arch strain. Seriously one of the most convenient and forward thinking insoles I have seen. Props to thirtytwo for making such a simple and effective design for dealing with variable arches. The only negative thing I have noticed is that my feet seem to get colder with the foam liner in comparison to others. Not a big deal but something to note if that is of particular concern. I am very satisfied with these boots so far and look forward to seeing where they take me.
Good stiff. Top product
Tanks. Very burly toe box ready to kick anything in its path. Did not heat mold and felt very tight first day, second day they broke in nice. I took all the gadgets/support pieces out besides the footbed arches and then will add them in later as I go. 32 did these babies right.