Ski boots with GORE-TEX® will revolution your ski experience
How does GORE-TEX® work in a ski booth?
A very comfortable and warm touring boot for long tours on groomed trails. The boot is manufactured with GORE-TEX® that is laminated to fleece in order to keep the feet warm on cold days. The boot features an insulating midsole as well as a insulating mid layer between the outer sock and liner. Together this provides added protection from the cold. The higher shaft prevents snow from getting inside the boot and the outer fabric is specially treated to resist dirt and snow.
100% waterproof, durable and breathable with insulating properties for use in cold weather conditions. Water and snow is blocked, while sweat evaporates from the inside. The insulated lining retains warmth in low temperatures and ensures a dry, warm and comfortable climate for your feet.
Highly insulating and breathable, allowing sweat to evaporate, while keeping the feet dry and warm. Protects against snow and water.
Rottefella T4 touring sole provides good stability, and contributes to increased control on groomed ski trails. The sole also provides good grip on the ground when walking.
A midsole with extra air ducts for additional insulation against the cold as well as moisture absorbency. Keeps 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.
A tight and supportive fit that provides full control over your movements. The round heel grip helps to minimize the risk of blisters. Good support and comfort for races or long ski tours.
A classic lacing system with webbing. Provides optimal adaptation to the foot.
Elastic cuffs at the top of the boot that help keep out snow.
Easy entry loops make the boots easy to take on and off.
Alfa uses YKK zippers, the world's best. YKK zippers are lightweight and very durable.
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.