5 / 5
Less is better with this skate inspired, rail riding, park lapping Joe Sexton exclusive.
Item code: 8105000154/200
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Check The Fit & Flex
The new standard in out-of-box fit.View all Comfort Fit Boots
Medium to soft flex range.
Tailored to the needs of our riders around the globe.View all Team Fit Boots
Medium flex range.
All of the features and none of the BS.View all Performance Fit Boots
Stiff to medium flex range.
- 1: These basically feel like skate shoes
- 2: Buttery feel, buttery support
- 3: Loose but not in that way
- 4: Stiffening up, but still kind of soft-ish
- 5: Perfect blend of support and tweakability
- 6: The support you need for any terrain.
- 7: Control and board feel are paramount
- 8: Feel the mountain come to life under your feet
- 9: Almost as stiff as you can get
- 10: Like an athletic supporter for your feet
Footbed & Liner
Level 1F Footbed
- Molded Ortholite Footbed provides spring-back technology, retaining 95% of its thickness over time and won't flatten out
- Lightweight providing optimum performance
- Foam contains recycled rubber powder to TR32D LIGHTLY
- Fuzzy topsheet for warmth & comfort
Level 2 Liner
- 100% Heat Moldable Intuition Ultralon Liners
- Single Density Intuition Ultralon foam for comfort, warmth & support
- Lacing System with Lace Lock for improved heel hold & fit
- Internal anatomical EVA overlays in heel for optimal heel hold
- Aegis anti-microbial coating to eliminate odor
Check The Tech
3D Molded Tongue
Our 3-D Molded Tongues wrap your foot for easier lacing, improved fit and heel hold. This design also gives us the ability to vary the stiffness of each model for customized flex and improved responsiveness.
Developed in the streets by Joe Sexton, the Shorty Cut is a lower profile upper which allows you to tweak more in every direction. If a boot is claiming a true “skate feel” and doesn’t have the Shorty Cut, it is just claiming.
Rubber outsole with EVA cushioning
This dual density outsole has the durability and toughness of rubber at the corners where it matters combined with the cushioning of EVA across your entire foot. Like a shock absorber for your feet.
- The Maven
Been riding your boots for the past 10 years.
The Maven is just as solid as all your boot with even less bulk. On the street I wear a size 11 size (vans) sneaker, but with 32 I can rock a size 9.5.
*Important: Try them on before you buy on-line, but once you know your "32 size" it should be safe to say "that size" is "your size" across the line. Also the area around the ankle of the boot is much slimmer than standard boots, so make sure you can adjust your binding straps to accommodate a smaller fit.
The Maven is more than a park and rail boot. It's soft and cruzie, so easy to move around in, but holds up well all over the hill. Liner is warm, easy to remove, drys quickly and doesn't start to stink.
All up, you get a fun and comfy boot at a good price.
Don't believe the hype. Believe in good design:)
I've been riding the Lashed boot for about 5 years now and finally decided to switch it up. After some long thought, I decided to try out the Maven. What appealed to me most was the overall smaller cut of the boot. And man, does it make a difference. They feel like just a normal pair of shoes you'd wear everyday. I was worried that this smaller cut would downgrade the overall responsiveness of the boot, but once I put it on, I realized the boot is just as stiff as the Lashed boot. Pair that with the level two liner that offers the Velcro tongue, and you've got a solid, comfortable boot.
The only downside is that the rubber sole makes it a heavier boot than my Lashed boots with the foam sole. But I'll gladly live with that when compared with all the other upsides of the boot.
The classic black sneaker style means it will go with any pants/outfit you decide to wear. Plus, with the boot's overall compactness, I had to shorten my binding straps down a notch, which I'm not complaining about, with my size 13 feet. I'm able to ride a normal width board without any toe/heel drag with these bad boys!
Thank you 32 for making a solid, comfortable, bad-ass looking snowboard boot. You have yourself a dedicated wearer.
Sickest boot for riding park and rails