Thirty Two Prion FT 12/13
I bought these to replace my 11/12 Burton Hails as I felt these where too tighter fit making long runs uncomfortable. In the store the Prions felt very comfortable, I had them on for a good while to make sure and compared them to the more expensive TM-Two Scott Stevens but opted for the Prions. Although they didn't have the build quality or higher grade materials of the TM-Two's I was adamant to go with the most comfortable.
I was wrong.
When taking my foot out the liner would almost always follow my foot out which I wasn't that fond of, and immediately once on the slope I noticed as soon as I shifted any weight onto my toe edge my heal would lift out of the boot no matter how tight I tied them. In sort I didn't feel confident riding in these boots, I felt less connected due to the heal lift.
After an hour I took them back and exchanged for the Thirtytwo TM-Two Scott Stevens, which are awesome!
24 June 2013
The prion boots feel great!
The thirty two prion boot is amazing. They fit great especially as you can customise to a certain extent such as blowing the toes out. They have a great design plain in colour but with a sutle thirtytwo logo in same colour stitching. Very durable had absolutely no problems with them. The lacing system on them make it so quick and easy to put on. Overal a great boot and would deffinitely recommend especially as you get a lot fit your money .
03 June 2013
just a brilliant boot
Bought this boot from snow and rock online in the sale. First impressions out the box was wow!
I'm a beginner but I'm 5 11 and 15 stone so this slightly stiffer boot worked in my favour.
I used these all day at chill factor on the beginner snowboard day course and never had an issue with compfortability. I even went in the shop at lunch time to get the liners moulded.
Brilliant purchase and would definitely recommend to a friend
27 May 2013
Great value comfy boot
Great value really comfy well designed boot recommend highly
09 May 2013
Excellent product comfortable and durable
This is an excellent product and along with the extensive information the sales staff (Ross) at the snow and rock princess park way made the experience a pleasure. I've found it difficult to find snowboard boots that fit me perfectly until I went to snow and rock the patience and overall customer service and product knowledge was second to none I received impeccable individual care with custom made footbeds and the best boots for me, can't speak highly enough thanks alot.
29 April 2013
These boots were made for walking(and snowboarding, and dancing).
ThirtyTwo snowboarding boots made my feet as happy as a hedonist in a hareem. The biggest bonus for me was not having to factor in the compelling need to change footwear immediately after a hard day at the slopes, which subsequently meant that I had the unfettered freedom to engorge myself in the obligatory apres. Were it not for my over exuberance in the lubricants, I would almost certainly have woken up each morning with a skip in my step.
26 March 2013
Great beginner to intermediate boot
These are a great beginner boot. The quick lacing system is great and can get the boot extremely tight. Works well with a freestyle board and gives very nice control. Only thing to remember is that it is a rather soft boot so lends more to park riding rather then speed. Overall very happy with the boots!
18 March 2013
Great first boot to progress your snowboarding
These boots are a great first boot for anyone wanting something to progress their skills. It has a good flex and offers comfort and fit that make wearing them for a few hours no trouble at all. I would suggest making sure you have a staff member size you up first as i usual wear size 10 but to get the best out of the boots i had to come down a half size. They also fit well for anyone with wider feet like myself so if you have thinner feet you may want to try another boot. The Fast Track lace system is good but be sure to fasten they up tight due to the flexible nature of the boot. Overall a great boot for a good price for beginners.
15 November 2012