Enter to Win ThirtyTwo Binary Boa Snowboard Boots
Wednesday November 27th 2013, 10:20 am
Filed under: Snowboarding

Share your first turns pics for a chance to win

In celebration of opening weekends occurring at resorts across the west, Boa Technology is offering riders a chance to win a pair ThirtyTwo Binary Boa boots. Visit Facebook.com/boalacingsystem to enter Boa Technology’s “First Turns” photo contest. Simply upload a photo from your day of first turns of the season and you name and email address, or cast a vote for your favorite photo already uploaded to the contest page

ThirtyTwobootsThe ThirtyTwo Binary Boa boots feature a dual H3 Boa dials, Boa’s most powerful and secure dial platform, designed to cinch down the fit using highly durable aircraft-grade stainless steel laces that provide a uniform closure. Snowboarders reply to Boa for its micro-adjustability and on-the-fly turnability offered by no other closure system. Backed by an ironclad lifetime guarantee, Boa provides that high performance and superb comfort can co-exist.

VIDEO: How the Boa High Power Platform Works

Other key features of this boot include ThirtyTwo’s Level 2 liner, which is a heat-moldable Intuition liner employing a Lace Lock lacing system for improved heel hold and fit. The boot has a “Team Fit” medium flex (rated 5 on a scale of 1 through 10) to offers a perfect blend of support and tweakability.

Learn more about the ThirtyTwo Binary Boa boot here: http://thirtytwo.com/boots/binary-boa-2/navy-brown-white/

Find out more about snowboard boots with the Boa Closure System here: http://boatechnology.com/products/snowboarding






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Hey, unrelated to this specific post, but wanted you to know that I have a new post about my prosthetic leg with a BOA dial incorporated (Revolimb). I finally had Joe make me one and wore it for six months before writing my review. Thought you might want to share it on your blog too. Here’s the link:
From a HAPPY customer!

Comment by Judy Berna 12.30.13 @ 6:50 am

Hi Judy, thanks so much for reaching out and telling us how you’re doing with your Boa-powered Revolimb prosthetic. We’re very glad to hear you’re doing well.

Happy holidays and all the best for the New Year from everyone at Boa Technology!

Comment by daxkelm 12.30.13 @ 11:21 am

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