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Lange Exclusive RX 100 Pro Ski Boot - Women's

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Plush-lined performance.

At 97mm the Lange Women's Exclusive RX 100 PRO Ski Boot is 3mm more narrow than it's little sister the RX 100. Along with women's specific fit features this boot reduces boot volume for a more precise, performance fit. Lange adapted their liner to a woman's smaller foot and lower calf muscles so you're not just riding in a watered down men's last. Ultimately the RX delivers a smooth, stable ride whether you're smoking the boys to the bottom or cruising with your girlfriends.
  • Ultra Grip Soles uses grippy rubber for secure traction on slippery tram decks or burly boot packs
  • 100 flex gives an increased control and feel
  • Lange's mono-injected shell offers more toe-box room and the easiest modifiable construction for boot fitters
  • Item #DYN0373

Tech Specs

Buckle Material
extruded aluminum
Thermo-moldable
yes
Liner
Control Fit
Binding Compatibility
alpine
Lean Angle
12 deg, (w/spoiler) 16 deg
Number of Buckles
4
Flex Index
100
Shell Material
polyether
Micro-Adjustable
yes
Sole Type
ultra grip (rubber)
Walk Mode
no
Recommended Use
all-mountain, freeride
Last Width
97mm
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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Love them, but difficult to slip on

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

So far I have really enjoyed skiing in these boots. I have narrow feet and long toes, and these seem to fit my feet well with enough room in the toe box for warmers on cold days. My feet/shins only get sore if I tighten the buckles all the way, which really isn't necessary as I still feel like I get good control with them on a less tight setting. My only complaint (and I hear this is common with Lange boots) is that they are really hard to get on and off. I am always the last of my friends to be ready to go, and it is a tiny bit painful trying to put them on. I've found that keeping the boots warm helps some as the plastic doesn't get as stiff, and I might have to start putting them on in the car in the future. Aside from this difficulty I love the boot and just try to avoid taking them off and on.