Men's Freeride Ski Boots FR900 LT Flex100 - Blue

€ 250.00
SKU: S302278 / 2482233 / 8504431
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Product benefits
  1. Rigidity
    The 100 flex and 3 buckles design transmit and cushion.
  2. Cushioning
    The 3 hook design with a wide strap enables good cushioning of the shin
  3. Freedom of movement
    Skiwalk: 42° front/back rotation in Hike position, facilitating ascent.
  4. Fit
    3 light and strong metal hooks. Wide strap offering very good support.
  5. Fitting comfort
    Sockliner with an ergonomic tongue covering the shin. Heat moulding liner.
  6. Easy dressing
    Lycra lining for easily getting the boots off.
  7. Warmth
    Foam that traps air in order to provide good insulation.
  8. Flexibility
    Fitted with touring heel pads with inserts (+ downhill skiing heel pads)
Product feature
  1. Fit
    Fine foot (last 100mm), light liner: Light and comfortable liner without thermoforming. Preformed foam on the malleolus. Liners are designed to optimise ski sensations and optimise the weight and freedom of movement when descending. Heat-moulding liner for superior comfort. Shock Absorber Area system in the tail for cushioning the shocks on bumps or jumps.
  2. What is the flex?
    To provide an indication of rigidity, brands assign a flex rating to every boot. This figure determines the rigidity of the whole boot: the higher its value, the stiffer the shell. It is generally considered that a flex of 70 is for average to intermediate level skiers. A flex from 70 to 90 is for intermediate skiers. Beyond this value, the products are aimed at advanced skiers. Well-built skiers can go up one level.
  3. How do you try on ski boots?
    Once your foot is in the boot, fasten the buckles to the midpoint. Can you go further? This means the volume of the boot isn't right for you. Once you've fastened your boots, you need to flex 3 times while pushing your calves forward (put your hands on your knees), which will push your heel back into the boot. Stand up: your foot should touch the end of the shell. When you flex, your foot should move backwards so you can no longer feel the end.
  4. How to get your ski boots on easily
    Pull the tongue forwards and towards the outside of the feet: this allows you to fully open up the shell and facilitates foot entry.
  5. Suitable for freestyle
    When you fit the Alpine standard soles (sold with the boots), these boots can also be used for Freestyle skiing.
  6. How to change my back country soles for Alpine soles?
    Duration: 15 minutes 1/ Unscrew the heel pad insert screw. 2 /Unscrew the 3 screws on the heel pad and remove it by pulling it back. Warning, do not loose the little black spacer. 3/ Remember to screw the heel pad insert to not loose it. 4/ Fit the Alpine heel pad and screw it on. 5/ Unscrew the 4 screws on the front toe piece. 6/Remove the toe piece by pushing it forwards. Warning: do not lose the little black spacer. 7/ Fit the Alpine tor piece and screw it on.
  7. Weight
    Weight of a boot with the "'low tec" inserts: 22/22.5 - 1564g 23/23.5 - 1627g 24/24.5 - 1690g 25/25.5 - 1785g 26/26.5 - 1848g 27/27.5 - 1915g 28/28.5 - 2064g 29/29.5 - 2124g 30/30.5 - 2187g
  8. How to make a ski boot more comfortable
    There are many options for making your foot more comfortable in a ski boot. A ski boot must be tight fitting. To improve the support, you can get soles that are tailored to the shape of your foot arch, volume reducers and heel boosters.
  9. How to avoid cold feet
    Although it is often forgotten, drying the liner is the most effective way to avoid having cold feet. Even at -10°C, the foot sweats and the liner cannot dry by itself in its plastic shell, even over several days. Ideally, it should be removed every day. There is the option to use boot dryers that are more convenient because there is no need to remove the liner, you just plug them in!
Product testing
  1. Composition
    Upper of : 100.0% Polypropylene Lining and sock of : 100.0% Polyester Outer sole of : 100.0% Polypropylene Warm lining : 100.0% Polyester
  2. Storage advice
    Dry your boots before storing them. Store them with the buckles closed in a ski boot bag and in a warm room.
  3. Product information
    If Freeride cross-country appeals to you, this boot is for short climbs (500m elevation gain) so that you can complete a nice descent without compromising on ski handling.