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Stuff your tongue back in your mouth, and start your shred-heavy workout.

You're meeting your buddies at the lifts at nine, but you and your touring partner are up early and the avy report is clear. Might as well spin a couple backcountry laps before hitting the resort. The Lange Men's XT 120 Ski Boots have a ski/walk mode that transitions at the flick of a switch, and the ultra-grip rubber sole and arches make certain you won't be slipping around on any rocks, no matter how dark it is when you start your trek. Lange's stiff 120 flex lends control and stability at high speeds, without taking it as stiff as the XT 130s. The generous 100mm last lets your feet stay comfy on the hike back up, and then, when it's time to descend, you can crank down the 50mm powerstrap for a secure feel that lets you shred as hard as you possibly can.

  • Polyether shell, Polyolefin cuff
  • 120 flex
  • 100mm last
  • Control fit liner (laced)
  • 12 or 14 degree lean angle
  • 0 to 3.5 degree canting
  • Ski/walk mode
  • Ultra-grip rubber sole and arch
  • 50mm powerstrap

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5 5

Not willing to give up the flex??

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

But still want to stomp and crush in the backcountry? These puppies are awesome! I had the opportunity to try these boots for a bit and they ski like the race boots of my yesteryear.

These boots seem perfect for those who want to spend some time in the sidecountry/backcountry but do not want to give up the stiffness of their boot in place for the softer AT boots out there. I had these matched up with a Marker Duke binding and Volkl Mantra and was able to do decently well on the uphill - thanks to the walk mode lever - not as fast as my buddy on his dynafits and scarpas - but where I lost style points on the uphill I made up on the downhill. They ski a lot more confidently than the softer 100 flex AT boots I've got in my quiver.

I grew up ski racing on Lange's and now that I've moved into the backcountry realm, these seem to be the perfect transitional boot.

1 5

They Leak

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

What more needs to be said. A ski boot that leaks can be a great fit, but they are useless for skiing.