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Kids’ Ski Boots KID 100
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Kids’ Ski Boots KID 100

WEDZE

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Kids’ Ski Boots KID 100

€50.00
VAT included
  • Kids’ Ski Boots KID 100
  • Kids’ Ski Boots KID 100
  • Kids’ Ski Boots KID 100
  • Kids’ Ski Boots KID 100
  • Kids’ Ski Boots KID 100
  • Kids’ Ski Boots KID 100
  • Kids’ Ski Boots KID 100
  • Kids’ Ski Boots KID 100
  • Kids’ Ski Boots KID 100
Kids’ Ski Boots KID 100
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Our team, parents of young skiers, has developed these boots for learning to ski. Perfect for comfortably taking on those first glides.

Ski boots that are easy to get on/off for thanks to the rear-entry system designed for kids. For starters, there is 1 buckle for quick and efficient tightening.

BENEFITS

Adjustable

Ratchet buckle at the back, with a wide adjustment range.

Ease of use

Wide opening thanks to the rear-entry system. A real plus in kids’ footwear.

Rigidity

Flex 30 junior for a soft and comfortable boot.

Anatomic design

The asymmetric spoiler (rear section) improves calf comfort.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

A word from the product manager

A smart product that is extremely easy to use for youngsters.

Opening/closing mechanism

This boot is a rear-entry boot with a ratchet buckle, making it extremely easy to adjust and above all easy to get on/off. Tip: if you release the hook, it will make walking much easier!

Environment

Our liners are made with phthalate-free plastics.

How to try on ski boots?

Once your foot is in the boot, fasten the hook to the midpoint. If your kid can go further, this means that the boot size is not right for them. Once the boot is fastened, lean forward so that the heel moves to the back of the boot. Standing upright, they should be able to brush the front of the shell. When you flex, your foot should move backwards so you can no longer feel the end.