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Women's Downhill Skiing Ski Boots Fit 900

Flex 85 = good compromise between comfort and precision.

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Women's Downhill Skiing Ski Boots Fit 900 Features:

Average-rigidity ski boots (Flex 85) that are forgiving and precise.

Flex 85 = good compromise between comfort and precision.

Easy to put on

Instep: Flexible material + detachable toothplate. Liner with wide opening.


Insulating liner + sole at the bottom of the shell.


4 micrometric loops + wide tightening strap with powerful tightening.

Buckle adjustment

4 very strong micro-metric aluminum hooks. You can adjust the length of the buckle by tightening or loosening the hook. The top hook has 3 positions for every calf size. Wide adjustment strap at the top of the upper for effective, easy tightening of the top of the shell.


Average volume shoe (width: 100 mm) for precision and comfort. The EvoFit liner is 100% thermoformable. It can be heated (comply with conditions of use) so that it can take the shape of your foot and reduce uncomfortable spots. Special "wraparound" liner shape makes it easier to put on and better spreading of load.

What is 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 the value the more rigid the shell is. A flex of 60-70 is considered best for skiers of beginner level. A flex level of 70 to 100 is intended for advanced skiers. Beyond that, the products are geared to experts. The strong gauges can, however, increase by a level.

What is the point of heat-molding a boot liner in a ski boot??

Some liners use so-called thermoforming foams. This means that the boot liner foam can be heated to take on the shape of your foot and the shell. This helps strengthen the liner shell accountability and give more room to your foot for better comfort. I advise you to ski your boots for at least 2 days before deciding if you need to thermoform them, as sometimes the foot just needs to get used to the constraints of skiing

How to thermoform your liners?

1- Preheat oven to 175°F with rotating heat. 2- Remove liners from shells. 3- Remove the insoles from your liners. 4- Put the liner in the oven for just 8 minutes. 5- Remove the liner from the oven. 6- Put the insoles back inside the liners. 7- Put the liners back in the boots. 8- Put on your boots and lock each hook in the middle notch. 9- Wait 8 minutes at room temperature before taking off. You're ready to ski!

Evofit liner = thermoformable liner

Because of the Evofit design, your ski boots mold to the shape of your foot without compromising on support. The original design provides good coverage, allowing you to adapt the boots to numerous calf/tibia shapes. We play with different foam thickness, all thermoformable to protect areas of the malleolus and metatarsus at risk. Owing to the shape of the liner, you no longer need to fasten your boots tightly for good support.

How to get your ski boots on/off easily with an EVOFIT liner?

You can also widen the top of the liner pulling the two loops (in and out) to obtain a wide opening. Ensure you place the tongue correctly, as there is an inside and an outside part.

What can I do in the case of foot pain?

1- Choose a technical ski sock that is thin to avoid pressure points and promote blood circulation in the foot. 2- Choose an insole suitable for the shape of your foot to prevent your toes getting crushed and pressing against the front of the shell. Ask for advice in store. 3- Thermoform your liner if it is thermoformable.

Product Testing

Wed'ze ski boots are tested by professionals at the Mont-Blanc ski resorts.


Upper of : 100.0% Polypropylene Lining and sock of : 100.0% Polyester cationic Outer sole of : 100.0% Polypropylene Warm lining : 100.0% Polyester cationic

Storage Instructions

Dry your boots before putting them away. Store them with the hooks closed in a ski boot bag and in a warm room.



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