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Adult Ski Boots Back Country Skiing Freeride FIT 900

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Adult Ski Boots Back Country Skiing Freeride FIT 900 is designed for advanced skiers seeking comfortable boots, progressive flex with interchangeable insert.

If back country Freeriding appeals to you, this shoe will enable you to do short ascents (500 m altitude difference) to get to a great slope without compromising on ski sensations.

A photo of the Adult Ski Boots Back Country Skiing Freeride FIT 900 in use

Rigidity

The 100 flex and 3 buckles design transmit and cushion.

Easy to rotate

30° front/back rotation in Hike position, facilitating ascent.

Cushioning

The 3-hook design with a wide strap enables good cushioning of the shin

Comfortable fit

Thermoformed liner with ergonomic tibia tongue.

Easy to put on

Lycra lining to facilitate removal.

Warmth

Closed cell foam that imprison air and enable good insulation.

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BON PRIX BONNES PERFS POINT DOULOUREUX

Prix de vente très bien placé. Bonne qualité de fabrication, utilisation agréable, très bon contrôle en descente mais point de compression à l'intérieur des deux talons qui conduit à des ampoules à chaque utilisation malgré le port de chaussettes anti-ampoules. Que faut-il faire pour faire disparaitre ce point? Quelle solution propose DECATHLON?

PIERRE-CHARLES
4/28/2019

Bonjour,
je suis désolé que vous ayez des ampoules.

Avez vous essayer le thermoformage?

Voici un tutoriel vidéo pour le faire chez vous:

http://https//www.youtube.com/watch?v=GW722A9yucg

8 minutes suffisent pour ce modèle.

Le thermoformage permet de comprimer la mousse là où il y a un point douloureux.

J'espère que cela permettra de résoudre votre problème.

Pensez aussi ouvrir uniquement la boucle du tibia lorsque vous basculez en mode montée (marche) afin de limiter les mouvement verticaux de votre talon.

Cordialement,
JAMES
4/30/2019
bon compromis rapport qualité prix

pas la chaussure la plus légère du marché mais a un prix raisonnable tester 4 jour en raid avec dénivelé moyen de 1300m par sortie échauffement au pied mais après un thermoformage au four nickel des pantoufles

Hugues
2/25/2019
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La combinación perfecta

Perfecta bota con compatibilidad para fijaciones de alpino y travesía con pines.

Javier
12/18/2018
Más info sobre la bota

Buenas. Quería saber qué peso tiene la bota no lo pone en ningún sitio.

11/21/2018
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Composition

Upper of

  • 100% Polypropylene

Lining and sock of

  • 100% Polyester cationic

Outer sole of

  • 100% Polypropylene

Warm lining

  • 100% Polyester cationic

Why thermoform a liner in ski boots?

Some liners use so-called thermoforming foams. This means that the liner foam heats up to take the shape of your feet and the shoe shell. This increases the compatibility between the liner and the shell and gives your feet more space for better comfort. I recommend that you ski with your shoes at least 2 days before deciding if you need to thermoform them, sometimes the foot just needs to get used to skiing again

How to thermoform your liners?

1- Preheat the over to 175°F on fan mode. 2- Remove the liners from the shells. 3- Remove the insoles from your liners. 4- Place the liners in the oven for 8 minutes only. 5- Remove the liners from the oven. 6- Place the soles inside the liners. 7- Place the liners back in the shoes. 8- Put your shoes on and lock each buckle on the middle hook. 9- Wait for 8 minutes at room temperature before removing them. You are ready to ski!

Sizing

Fine foot (last 100 mm), light liner: Light and comfortable liner without thermoforming. Preformed foam on the malleolus. Liners are designed to optimize ski sensations and optimize the weight and freedom of movement when descending. In the event of discomfort after several days of skiing, you can thermoform your liner to make more space and remove uncomfortable areas.

What is flex?

To provide an indication of rigidity, brands assign a flex rating to every boot. This number determines the rigidity of the ensemble: the higher the value the straighter the casing. A flex of 70 is considered best for skiers of intermediate to intermediate level. A flex level of 70 to 90 is intended for intermediate skiers. Beyond that, the products are geared to advanced skiers. The strong gauges can, however, increase by a level.

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.

How to get your ski boots on/off easily?

Pull the tongue toward the front and outside the feet: That allows you to generously open the shell and easily facilitate the fitting.

Suitable for freestyle

When you fit the Alpine standard soles (sold with the boots), these boots can also be used for Freestyle skiing.

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 lose the little black spacer. 3/ Remember to screw the heel pad insert in order not to lose it. Ad 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.

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Imported

 

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