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The all-new Atomic Men's Overload 120 Ski Boot takes the stiff freeski boot and adds crazy adjustments to the flex, shock absorption in the heel, and lightweight strength of a carbon high back. And yet this burly boot keeps things simple with two three-prong stabilizer buckles, a super-wide power strap, and a low stand height. 

The ASY Pro T2 liner features Velvet Max lining for luxuriously soft comfort next to skin, four-way stretch in the toe box, and a Sidas Comfort footbed. It thermo-molds to your foot for optimal transmission of power and enduring comfort. The 101-millimeter last allows room for comfort but holds foot securely for energy efficiency.

The Flip Chip system gives you interchangeable inserts on the carbon back for custom tuning of flex and geometry plus or minus 10 points―stiffer on hardpack days, softer on pow. 
No-slip grip pads are key when hiking hardpack in the park or building that backcountry kicker. The Overload 120 is the stiffest in its freeski/flip-chip class.

  • Single-component shell with carbon high back
  • ASY Pro T2 Shockilla liner
  • 120 flex
  • Hard and soft Flip Chips installed
  • Medium 101-millimeter last
  • 50-millimeter strap
  • Two stabilizer buckles
  • One-millimeter offset shell
  • Three-degree shell rotation
  • 13-17-degree forward lean
  • Flat bottom chassis
  • No-slip grip pads
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What is the sole length on the 26.5 boot?

Would these boots also be a good All Mountain boot, as well as Park & Pipe?

Thanks Dan Be. Any experience with the ease of putting on and taking off at the end of the day?? Found two brief reviews which loved the boot except for the ease of putting on/taking off.

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Hey Dr.J,

The boot sole length for these boots in the 26.5 is 309. This boot will feel at home in the park as well as skiing all mountain. It has an adjustable flex pattern so you can stiffen them up for all mountain riding and soften them up for park riding. They will also absorb impacts well if you go too large.