X Access 70 Women's Downhill Skiing Boots - Black

    € 179.99

    Designed for for skiers from beginner to intermediate level seeking a large boot

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    SKU: SX8399374 (2365089)
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    Product benefits
    1. Rigidity
      The flex 70 is highly flexible to allow movement forward.
    2. Easy dressing
      the intuitive overlap casing eases putting them on
    3. Warmth
      Good insulation from the boot insert to keep your feet warm
    4. Adjustable
      4 micro aluminium 3D buckles. Cuff adjuster, adjustable piece on the calf.
    Product feature
    1. Buckle adjustment
      4 micro aluminium 3D buckles. 3 top positions on the 2 top buckles.
    2. Sizing
      Large sizing. The Flex Linner Sport from Salomon is a highly comfortable and large boot which is, however, close-fitted to the foot. It is equipped with an adjustable bracket specific to women (calf adjuster).
    3. What is flex?
      To provide an indication of rigidity, brands assign a flex rating to every boot. This figure determines the rigidity of the boot; the higher the figure, the stiffer the shell. A flex of 60 is considered appropriate for skiers from intermediary to advanced levels. A flex level of 65 to 75 is intended for advanced skiers. Upwards of this, products are intended for experts. The large sizes can be increased by one level.
    4. How do you try on ski boots?
      Once your foot is in the boot, you need to fasten the buckles up half-way. If you need to fasten the buckles any tighter, this means that the boot is the wrong size. Once you've fastened the boot, you need to flex 3 times, pushing your calves forward hard (put your hands on your knees to help you) which will push your heel back into the boot. When you stand upright, your foot should touch the end of the shell; when you flex, your foot moves backwards so you can no longer feel the end.
    5. How do I easily put on ski boots?
      Usually, to put on ski boots, we pull the tongue forward. In reality, it is better to pull the tongue forwards AND away from the foot, allowing the case to open more widely and greatly easing entry.
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    1. Product catchline
      The X Access 70 is a generously-sized boot, but well designed around the ankles and calves in order to offer support and comfort.
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