Get out and kick it...comfortably.
- The T3 sole provides a great mix of flex and support while enabling efficient energy transfer during your kicking and gliding
- A lightweight but effective layer of Thinsulate insulation holds your foot's necessary heat inside, without trapping and absorbing sweat
- A zip-up, water-resistant softshell gaiter keeps out new snow and covers the laces
- An ergonomic, inner boot liner secures your foot where it won't move around
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Great for a sneaker like fit with suppor
Just came back from 4 hours with these on and they fit me just fine. They don't have the stronger ankle support from the pair of Rossignol's I have used, but then again, my feet stayed warm and my high arches didn't bother me once. Put it this way, if you are touring in sub-$200 skis, like me, then this boot should suit you just fine.
This boot gets the job done. I am not incredibly impressed with the footbed of this shoe, but then again I only got it because I left my other touring boots at home on a trip and it was the only 10.5 they had in a touring that fit my bindings. From here the boots lace up nice and I like the built in gaiter it works well. The footbed is just rigid, I like a softer footbed than this provided. My captain (big toe) gets a little numb a couple of hours into every tour with these do to the rigidity of the footbed. Other than that complaint they do get the job done, but I have designated them as my backup, backup, backup pair which I leave under my seat during the winter months. I wear a 10.5 for the norm and these fit me fine in the 10.5. I guess I really would not recommend them unless you are desperate like I was and there is no other choice.