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Enjoy comfortable feet when you Nordic ski.

From laps around an urban park to cruising along a logging road in the mountains, the Atomic X-Cruise 40 Boot offers exceptional comfort so your Nordic workout can last longer. The dual-lace system lets you get a secure fit on your forefoot and around your heel. A heel counter on the back of the X-Cruise 40 gives you enhanced control when going downhill.

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i did not see any review - anybody out...

i did not see any review - anybody out there who used these and has any comments? I am intending to skate with these boots.

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Not recommended for skating! This is a touring boot and has a sole that flexes for kick & glide skiing, not skating. Also there is no cuff/upper ankle support. Imagine riding a bike with a pedal crank that flexed every pedal stroke! That said, these are an excellent touring boot. Warm, comfortable with the right flex and support for kick n glide skiing.

It show you have a size of 9.5 left, is...

It show you have a size of 9.5 left, is this mens or womans size?

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This boot has unisex (i.e. men's) sizing. 9.5 would be approx. a 10.5 women's size.

My husband has an extremely wide foot -...

My husband has an extremely wide foot - 4E. How do I go about findings XC boots that will fit him?

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Typically, Alpina has the widest lasts and Salomon the narrowest, but the best thing to do is try on as many as you can.

Can I use a SNS Pilot x-country boot in...

Can I use a SNS Pilot x-country boot in place of a SNS Profil x-country boot? And if so, who the heck sells them?

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This boot is compatible with the pilot system and the profil system. I have successfully used my pilot boots with some skis that had profil bindings, you just can't use profil boots with pilot bindings. Hopefully that makes sense.Before you decide on a pair of boots check the manufacturer's website to see if they are compatible with the binding system you are using.The pilot boot (and binding system) uses two pins in the boot and two axes on the binding instead of one, like the profil system.