A backcountry ski boot made from full grain leather for moderate to challenging skiing in the mountains and alpine environments. Developed with a focus on the highest comfort and the ability to withstand cold temperatures. The boot has a winter lining with GORE-TEX®, a thermal insulating midsole, as well as an anatomical insole. Extra toe reinforcements protect the leather from sharp edges. Available in a women’s specific last and sizing (to size 40).
Certain snow/crust conditions are an extreme strain on the shoes materials, and with use under such conditions increased wear is expected.
Used in winter models for added insulation in low temperatures. Water and snow are blocked out while the sweat easily evaporates from the inside of the boot. The insulating lining protects against low temperatures and provides a dry, warm and comfortable climate for your feet. The membrane is 100% waterproof, durable and has good breathability with insulating properties for use in cold weather conditions.
Water repellant leather with high breathability and a brushed finish.
Rottefella BC sole provides optimum stability, which contributes to good control in rough terrain and in variable snow conditions. The sole has good insulation properties.
A moisture absorbing insole with insulating properties to keep your feet dry and warm.
An anatomically designed insole made of EVA. The foam construction has shock absorbing properties that counteract tired feet and provide comfort. The sole has an antibacterial surface that prevent odors.
More volume in the forefoot guarantees comfortable and warm feet.The round heel grip helps to minimize the risk of blisters.
A classic lacing system with webbing. Provides optimal adaptation to the foot.
Heel reinforcements made of plastic that provide better support. An ergonomic and stable heel cap locks the foot in the boot, anchors it to the midsole and reduces the risk of blisters.
A rubber-coated reinforcement that protects the boot from abrasion.
Place a paper close to the wall and with bare feet place the foot on the paper, with your heel to the wall. Since it is important to stand up straight, preferably have someone help you draw a line in front of the longest toe. Remember to measure both feet as they might not be identical. With a ruler, confirm the measurement in centimeters and add additional space according to the list below.
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Note that this method is purely intended as a guideline.