Lange's XT 110 LV Freetour Ski Boot doesn't discriminate when it comes to terrain—it thrives on steep frontside runs, techy lines in the resort, and aesthetic backountry lines. Combining the power of Lange with a convenient walk mode, this boot comes with a respectable 110 flex to drive big skis down bigger lines and a race-inspired fit for a snug and responsive feel. To ensure that classic Lange feel, the XT 110 has a race-inspired 97mm last to ensure quick response and efficient energy transfer to the ski.
Lange's patented Power V-Lock walk mode consists of a secure and sturdy metal-on-metal interface to reduce play between the cuff and shell once locked into ski mode. When paired with four aluminum buckles and a power strap, this boot delivers rock-solid downhill performance once it's locked into place. When you do take a hike or venture into the backcountry, 40-degree cuff rotation and Thinsulate insulation means your feet will stay warm and comfortable whether you're boot packing or skinning to the top of your line. Lange gave the XT Ultra Grip WTR soles for solid traction on icy resort parking lots and steep bootpacks in the backcountry.
- An aggressive all-mountain boot with walk mode
- 110 flex is stiff for hard-charging ladies
- Narrow 97mm last gives a low-volume fit
- Liners are heat-moldable for a customized fit
- Custom tongue padding enhances warmth and comfort
- Metal-on-metal system locks cuff into ski mode
- Low-profile buckles ensure a snug closure
- Ultra Grip WTR soles provide serious traction
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- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Full disclosure- I'm a Lange girl and have narrow feet! I was in the market for a new alpine boot, but I also do a lot of hiking and short skin tracks in the side country. So I wanted something that could work in a tech or frame binding to skin, and I liked the idea of something a little lighter for hiking under an hour. I've skied this boot three days in bounds with three different ski setups and it's great in all of them! I have a very light weight touring boot I use for long tours, but this will definitely be my boot for when I use the lift to get up, skin out A bit, go downhill and then skin out! As well as my inbounds boot for every day!! I will write an update later on the longevity of the boot later!