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Salomon X Pro 100 Ski Boot Mens Black Anthracite Grey

Everyone's spent a day at the resort with numb toes or sloshing boots ruining an otherwise good time.

Everyone's spent a day at the resort with numb toes or sloshing boots ruining an otherwise good time. Don't let another ill-fitting boot send you into the lodge early on your next ski getaway; instead, invest in a customizable boot like Salomon's X Pro 100 Ski Boot. The X Pro 100 gives you a fully customizable fit, from the shell to the liner to the buckles, so you can ski your best turns all over the map without pain.
Heat-moldable liners are as standard on the mountain as overpriced French fries, but moldable shells are still as rare as snagging first tracks through the trees on a powder day. The X Pro has both, so take advantage of the ability to shape not only the liner around your ankle bones, but the shell as well, without having to punch or grind right away. While the shell easily adapts to fit all of your bones and bumps, the Twinframe construction and beefy oversized pivot ensure you don't lose stiffness in key zones and easy flex in others. Tip your wide skis edge-to-edge without losing any energy or stiffness in transition.
Salomon also designed the X Pro with Articulated Sensifit design, which employs stiffer material in key zones and more flexible material in others, so you can ski hard without struggling to pull your boots off at the end of the day. Micro-adjustrable buckles provide one more way to nail a precise and comfortable fit, and a flex adjustment mechanism located on the shell allows you make slight changes to the feel of the boot to account for energy level, skiing style, snow conditions, and temperature.


Features



  • Fully customizable boot rips on any conditions at the resort

  • 100 flex ideal for intermediate to advanced skiers

  • Heat-moldable shell and liner completely adapts to your foot

  • Oversized Pivot helps drive wide skis

  • Micro-adjustable buckles further customize fit

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