Description

Search and destroy.

First Degree (Icelantic's boot division) only debuted their Stormtrooper ST 1 Ski Boot last year, but it's been gathering steam ever since. This medium-flex (110), three-piece boot is easily switched from walk to ski mode and allows you to choose between five different forward lean angles so you always have the right setting for the terrain—crush pow, send backcountry booters, or attack some spring corn. There's an included Booster Strap to give you some extra oomph when you need it, and a new Vibram sole for sticky-footed confidence when you run into slick rocks on your way to the goods.

With the comfort of the fully moldable World Cup Zero liner, you can search and destroy premium lines 'til the cows come home—its three layers of padding won't pack out, and the high-rebound design gives a super-energetic feel that'll have you loading up your turns like a maniac. There's even a biomechanically correct insole, so your feet will feel more like they're dangling in a hot tub than packing away the vert and powering through refrozen chunder.

  • 110 flex
  • 99mm last
  • Ski/walk mode
  • 5 forward lean options
  • Heat-moldable three-layer World Cup Zero liner
  • High-rebound liner
  • Biomechanically correct insole
  • Booster Strap
  • Vibram sole

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2 5

Worse tongue than Miley..

First of all I love Icelantic skis. I really wanted to love these boots but just not gonna happen. For me at least. The good: really liked the adjustable forward lean and walk mode, heel hold was pretty good and foot bed was awesome. The bad: and then the TONGUE! Wow. Thin and stiff with next to no padding. Big knot on both sides were it was stitched and a hard rolled top. With my size calves it just dug in like an ice pick with any forward pressure. Compared to my current freeride boot with a cushy gel tongue they never stood a chance.

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this is moldable liner, did you try to cook it?

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I felt no need to cook the liner. If the boot is too uncomfortable for me to wear without extensive work/cooking it's not for me. Molding the liner should make a good fitting boot a perfect fitting boot. Plus I was pretty sure it wasn't going to remove the hard knots of stitching on the sides or inject padding into the tongue.

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Are these boots true to size? I wear a...

Are these boots true to size? I wear a 28.5 for my current ski boots, but since these liners don't pack out should I go with a 29?

manufacturer's website says they come stock...

manufacturer's website says they come stock with a booster strap, last year's model has it on the boot in the picture... does this year's boot also come with the booster strap?

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According to the specs listed by all distributors of this boot that I found, these boots do in fact come with a booster strap.