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Thirty Two JONES MTB 18/19 - Boots - black yellow

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Use: snowboard - all mountain - freestyle


  • Flexibility: rigid (rating 10/10)
  • Fit: Elite Fit
  • Full zip
  • Light and comfortable
  • Rigidity and comfort
  • Articulated upper for more natural flex
  • Keep your feet warm and dry
  • 3D Moulded tongue
  • Storm Shield
  • Side support reinforcement
  • Walking mode
  • Reinforced rear part to resist fastener friction
  • Abrasion resistant


  • 3D Moulded
  • Vibram
  • Articulated Cuff
  • Performance Backstay
  • BOA Coiler


  • Heat formed interior footbed for a customised fit
  • Comfort, warmth and support
  • Anatomical internal foam
  • Elite internal harness
  • Excellent heel support
  • Malleoli protected by EVA side reinforcements
  • BOA quick, precise lacing system
  • Antibacterial and anti-odour treatment


  • Moulded EVA
  • Warm and comfortable


  • Vibram
  • Premium sole
  • Provides superior grip and durability

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Boa® Coiler: Based on the famous Boa lacing system with urethane laces and the Boa dial, the Coiler automatically takes up the slack of the lace for an optimal fit. This system is always quick and easy to adjust without removing your gloves. The boot lace tension is evenly distributed for optimal foot support.

Vibram®: The benchmark for abrasion-resistant rubber soles. Exclusive compositions are created according to the specific requirements of each activity. For hiking and trekking, shoes with Vibram technology have a sole that ensures optimal traction, support and cushioning, even on uneven terrain.

3D Moulded: 3D moulded tongue that hugs the foot for easier lacing, a better fit and optimal heel support. This conception controls each boot's rigidity.

Articulated Cuff: This shell construction creates boots that have smoother flex, perform better and are more durable. There is equally less distortion resulting in greater heel support throughout the flex zone.

Performance Backstay: Reinforced heel and achilles tendon support for maximum protection and optimal foot hold.


ThirtyTwo Jones MTB


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‘Rider Driven Snowboarding’ is Thirty Two&#;s motto, and nowhere is that better demonstrated than in this, the boot designed (and extensively tested) by Jeremy Jones.

A labour of love, the Thirty Two Jones MTB boot promised to completely change the backcountry game when it first appeared last year. How? Well, let’s start with the most obvious feature; ‘Walk Mode’. The Boa coiler on the side is connected to a small panel at the back of the cuff; release it, and you can pull the top of the boot’s backstay away from your leg. This increases the length of your stride when splitboarding (by as much as 30%, according to Jezza), speeding up the process so you can get to the fun part quicker.

&#;Underneath Jeremy’s signature flourishes is a top performance boot in every sense&#;

It’s also ideal for more extreme mountaineering, as the sole has been tweaked a little to make it more suitable for crampons. A lip at the back of the sole provides a bit of extra purchase, so when things gets serious you don’t need to worry about your spikes slipping off.

When camping out in the backcountry, laces can tend to freeze up and cause problems – and once they get that way, it’s not an easy process to reverse. That’s why the Thirty Two Jones MTB features a sturdy lace cover that keeps them out of harm’s way at all times.

Underneath Jeremy’s signature flourishes is a top performance boot in every sense. The sole features Vibram, embraced by the industry as the gold standard for making durable soles that cancel out chatter like nothing else. The rubber toe cap is extra tough, and the liner is Thirty Two’s high-end version with an emphasis on support and heel-hold.

Like everything that’s this specialist, there’s a premium to be paid. However, when you find yourself able to venture deeper, further and higher than ever before, the Thirty Two Jones MTB will be worth every penny.

Trade Secrets

Jeremy Jones &#; Team Rider, Thirty Two

One of the things I wanted when I designed this boot was to have something that not only worked with crampons and splitboards, but had to ride like a normal snowboard boot at the resort.

We really achieved that- I&#;m no longer swapping between boots from climbing Mount Denali to spring shredding at my home resort of Squaw Valley. It&#;s a really versatile boot, and the ideal backcountry boot as well.

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The New, Improved ThirtyTwo Jones MTB Splitboard Boot

The new version of the ThirtyTwo Jones MTB splitboard boot is here.  And it is red.  And awesome in so many ways!  Let&#;s dig in and see how they made this boot better.

ThirtyTwo Jones MTB splitboard boot &#; improved

I have been using and reviewing the Jones MTB boots every year since they first came out.  They have always been great boots, with really great features.  But sometimes they fell short in other areas. I have spoken to the designer (Jame Kim) each year about what all they went through to make improvements.  It is always a great talk and I can feel the passion they put into making these splitboard boots.

Thirty Two Jones MTB Boot - the new one -

Thirty Two Jones MTB Boot &#; Red

No more yellow, all about the Red!

First things first, the boots are now red, instead of yellow.  Not sure why, but I dig it! I know, the color does not matter all that much.  But it is kind of nice to mix it up.  There is still the iconic line on the zipper path.  One that we can all relate too.  The classic &#; &#;The Journey Is The Reward&#;

Thirty Two Jones MTB Boot - the new one -

&#;The Journey is the Reward&#; lest you forget!

Walk Mode Collar

This is one of the best upgrades in my opinion.  For years, I have been wondering why the walk mode lacked a protective cover to keep snow out of the boot. I chalked it up to using the pant&#;s own gaiter to cover the hinging mechanism.  But this had a tendency to fail if the pants get loosed and the gaiter&#;s seal is compromised.  These things do happen, and when they do, snow is getting in your boot.

Thirty Two Jones MTB Boot - the new one -

Walk Mode Collar &#; Yes!

While the collar pictured above might look a little different than what is being sold now (these are prototypes I have been testing!) they still function the same.  Meaning, they work and they work damn well.  Major improvement!











Other areas of improvement for the

ThirtyTwo Jones MTB splitboard boot,

from people other than me 🙂

I love collaborating with others to get their point of view on gear.  I reached out to my good friends Russel Cunningham (The Sulton of Stoke at Karakoram) and my Chilean brother, Rafael Pease.  They both have extensive experience with the Jones MTB boot and had these observations on previous models.  Take note, as many of these issues have been addressed in the new red Jones MTB splitboard boot!

From Russell

Russell Cunningham &#; The man, the myth, the legend

I&#;ve ridden and owned the prototype MTB&#;s, as well as the and now the models. I did not get a chance to use the iteration, but my wife owns the women&#;s version and I&#;m well acquainted with it. For the purposes of staying current, I&#;ll focus on this year&#;s iteration of the Jones MTB.

Hands down, this is the best boot in the industry for general splitboarding, hybrid snowboard alpinism, as well as just pure big mountain shredding.

Russell Cunningham

the mountains are over THERE!

Russell Cunningham

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Russell Cunningham

Sultan of Stoke

  • Areas of Improvement:

    • The boot is too damn heavy. My Men&#;s US MTB&#;s weigh in at 1, grams per boot. This is about grams heavier per foot than they should be. This feedback has been sent to 32, and I think they are working on putting the boot on a diet. For comparison, Fitwell in the same size weighs 1, grams, a far more competitive weight.
    • Walk mode needs to be closed up. As much as I like the open air on my calf for hot spring touring, I do find it drafty on freezing cold winter tours.
    • Materials could be better. Compared to the latest mountaineering boots from La Sportiva, Scarpa, etc., I do still feel that the materials and build quality could be made to match those companies. On that note, they should just make this boot in the USA, make it lighter and with higher-end materials, and just charge a thousand bucks for them. But hell, we take what we can get!

From Rafa

Real World opinion from professional splitboarder Rafael Pease

Rafael Pease and Lynsey Dyer pic Nils Schlebusch

Rafael Pease and Lynsey Dyer pic Nils Schlebusch

Rafael Pease

Rafa and his posse

Rafael has been using the MTB boot for the last few years while filming his movie Yugen.  He is one of my favorite people and a fascinating human.  I had a chance to pick his brain regarding the splitboarding boots.  As he has spent hundreds of days in them, often in remote parts of the world, he can attest to the pros and cons of the boots.

Rafael has days on the Jones MTB boots (over 3 years and 3 versions of them).  From the Yukon to Patagonia, Japan to Kyrgyzstan &#; Rafael has put the MTB through the wringer.  Initially, he was a big fan.  The articulation and durability came in handy on long tours and winter camping.

Rafael Pease pic credit Jasper Gibson

Rafael Pease pic credit Jasper Gibson

Rafael Pease touring

Rafael Pease touring

A few years in&#;

However, he noticed foot pain from pressure points and felt that the break-in time was too long. After recently touring with Eric Layton and others in the PNW, he noticed how much lighter and quicker the other splitboarders were, using hard boot setups.  He also noticed how much less foot pain they were experiencing. His conclusion was to either 1) go hard boot for bigger tours or 2) go softer boot for quick laps.

Rafa is not one to compromise his integrity and stands by his word. So there you have it from Mr. Pease.  He may be a little harder on gear than some of us riders, as he spends weeks at a time using them in remote areas.

You can read the entire write up here.

Lots to work on, did they fix the

ThirtyTwo Jones MTB splitboard boot?

Lighter weight &#; Finally!

One of the gripes I hear from users of the Jones MTB splitboard boot is the weight.  I agree they are heavy boots!  Just look above for some extra backing on this topic.  So, I am happy to announce that ThirtyTwo did in fact, reduce the weight of the boots.  My Jones MTB boots came in at grams.  The &#; Jones boots came in at grams.  Not a lot less, but that is over an ounce.  I will take it, given the other improvements to the boots.

Thirty Two Jones MTB Boot - the new one - Lighter Weight

Lighter Weight

More comfortable, right out of the box

This is my favorite thing about the new Jones MTB boots.  They are super comfortable, right out of the box.  In the previous reviews, I kind of laid into them as being super stiff.  Heck, I even named the review title &#;ThirtyTwo Jones MTB Splitboard boot &#; Stiffest Boot Ever!&#;.  I think that summarized pretty well, how stiff they were.

I was pleasantly surprised by the comfort of the new version.  No more days and weeks of breaking in the Jones boots.  I had joked with many people that we should either hire interns to break them in or just get drunk and wear them around the house for a few days.  I don&#;t recommend either, but it seems funny (and accurate).

Thirty Two Jones MTB Boot - the new one -

Finally, the gaiter is refined and very useful.  You still get all the extras that the previous version came with.  The various arch supports, ankle donuts and stiffening rods.

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the extras that come with the MTB Boots

Final review of ThirtyTwo Jones MTB Splitboard Boot

Of all the versions of the Jones snowboarding boot, this new MTB is my favorite.  From the way it feels to the way it operates in the mountains.  This is the best version yet.  ThirtyTwo made the boots lighter, more comfortable and sealed out the elements with the walk mode collar.  I have been using these for every splitboard tour since January and have never regretted choosing them.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

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ThirtyTwo Jones MTB Snowboard Boot - Women's

Product Description

Jones MTB Snowboard Boot - Women's by ThirtyTwo

The pinnacle of splitboard boot design, the Jones MTB pushes the boundaries of what's possible in the mountains with a bevy of groundbreaking features. Constructed from the bottom up for the needs of touring, the Walk Mode collar allows for longer strides when you're skinning to save your knees from the stress found in traditional boots. The waterproof-stretch lace gaiter prevents laces from freezing solid when you're out in the backcountry all day or even camping to get the goods. The aggressively lugged Vibram sole, complete with a heel welt for use with both strap and clip crampons, delivers confident traction in no-fall zones, while the Recoil Flex control adjusts how stiff you'd like this boot to be. A combination of energy foam and traditional Intuition foam make for a boot that's less likely to pack out after days or more of riding. The Elite liner provides a custom fit to the unique contours of your feet. Plus, the liner's equipped with a reinforced harness that's more supportive for locked-down heel hold.



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