Whether it's at the Bone Zone or SLC Rail Gardens, Chris Grenier is out there stacking footy. Now it's your time to get out there with the 32 Chris Grenier Signature 86 FT Snowboard Boots. With 32 s Fast Track Lacing System and 100% Heat Moldable Intuition liner, you can hit the jib line at your local resort in comfort. Decked out with a fly LRG camo, the 32 Chris Grenier Signature 86 FT Snowboard Boots are ready for the prowl.
Flex Rating: 4 (1 Soft - 10 Stiff) A little more on the soft and flexy side for easy bending and turning
Comfort Fit The fit that is comfortable right out of the box.
3-D Molded Tongue 32's 3-D Molded Tongues wrap around your foot for easier lacing, improved fit and heel hold. The design also gives 32 the ability to vary the stiffness of each model for customized flex and improved responsiveness.
Level 1 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
Fast Track Lacing System Delivers a fast, easier way to get in and out of your boots // Featuring 32's Patent Pending Four Zone Lacing, Handle Storage and One Piece Lock // One pull handle controls the Upper Zone and the other handle controls the Lower Zone. // Flip the lock up and you're secure for the rest of the day.
Internal Liner Lacing System
Level 1 Footbed Fuzzy topsheet for warmth and comfort // EVA cushioning under the foot // Lightweight providing optimum performance
Skate inspired rubber sole with EVA cushioning
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Comments about 32 Chris Grenier Signature 86 FT Snowboard Boots 2014:
Only rode with these for 8 days in the powder and groomed runs in Hakuba Japan and perhaps i have received a faulty pair of boots and if this is the case then this is a rare review and doesn't reflect the entire product in question but if i am not the only one then i would be Extremely disappointed that Chris Greiner put his name to these boots. They have come apart at the stitching and let in snow so unless you want frost bitten toes and soggy socks then be aware. I have attached a video and photo of the fault as stated above but it wont let me upload the video for some reason. It is clear in the second and third photo the "cotton" is still in place but the boot has still come apart