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Take charge of your downhill destiny once you slip into the Nordica Enforcer Ski Boot and use its stiff flex to command your ski to take no sh*t from any part of the mountain. The Pro Freeride Shell Construction provides the pow-slaying, cliff-stomping stiffness and stability you need to satisfy your insane skiing style that makes most friends and relatives think something is wrong with you.

  • With a fairly stiff flex level of 100, you're able to push your skis hard for incredibly fast pow-slaying in big mountain terrain
  • The 98mm-wide last keeps you snug in the boot without cutting off circulation and leading to numbness
  • A Performance Fit liner provides warmth and a comfortable interface between the shell and your foot
  • Full Shock Eraser cushions your heel during big cliff drops or bumpy days at the resort
  • Dual-density rubber sole allows sure steps on the bootpack up to the gnarliest terrain around

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Hey there! Just found these online for a...

Hey there! Just found these online for a good price. Unfortunately no where to test. I know i'm in a size 27 or 27.5 boot, but I have a narrow last (98-99 mm) narrow ankle and low instep. Will these work for me? I tested The Atomic Redster Pro / Burner for reference, and they fit ok. Had to crank the mid buckles a bit for the instep. Otherwise skinny calf and skinny ankle worked fine. They were twice as expensive though..
Cheers, and I appreciate the reply!

Anyone else having a problem getting them...

Anyone else having a problem getting them off? I have resorted to using a bowl scrapper from the kitchen to avoid damage to the top of my foot from the shell raking across it. See picture.

Anyone else having a problem getting them...

I used to have issues getting into them also. They do ease up after a while. First 20 days skiing on them they were a pain to get into. I found pulling open the orange part of the shell worked quite well.

I have the same pair of boots. I found the best way to get in and out was to pull the tongue waaaaay forward. It also helps if you undo that bottom buckle (smiley face).