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The Nordica Men's Speedmachine 14 Ski Boot's stiff 130-120 flex helps you drive and turn your skis with precise control, so you're aggressive ski style won't land you in a tree well. The Speedmachine flex adjuster has two modes—the hard mode handles tight turns on ice and hard-pack, and the soft option gives you more flexibility for off-piste descents. The thermo-moldable liner and bi-injected design gives your feet total support throughout your turns and keeps your feet comfy, so they don't feel like they've been squeezed in a vise all day.

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what is the best way to clean the boot...

what is the best way to clean the boot liners

Does anyone know how to fix this problem...

Does anyone know how to fix this problem with the Nordica Speedmachine flex selector?

Responded on

i have the same problem with the hard/soft setting..and it bottoms out on me when flexing hard which hurts my ankles. great boot except for that problem..gonna try and warranty them.

3 5

Speedmachine 14

Great boot in the beginning. Had to punch them out to accommodate my wide foot. They had the stiffness I needed. At the end the flex selector wouldn't stay in hard flex 130 and put it in 120 flex. The 120 flex makes this put feel like shit. I think if I use this boot this year I am going to fill the selector with petex to keep the selector in the hard setting. I would like to try out the Salomon x3 rs which can accommadate my foot better and doesn't have that stupid selector switch. What a stupid idea Nordica? You see, I am not looking at a Nordica this year. You lost another customer

Unanswered Question

Can you wash the PFP liners?OK never mind,...

Can you wash the PFP liners?OK never mind, I just chatted with gear expert who says yep they're washable but only by hand with warm soapy H2O.Man is this ever a cool site.

5 5

The go to boot if you weigh over 200 lbs.

I skied this boot for about 4 years, and loved it. Incredibly responsive. I tried the BD Factor for A.T. and inbounds. I'm going back to the Nordica. With the great flex, soft and hard mode, it's ideal for on/off piste, and short skins.
Big thumbs up.

5 5

Great fit for my feet!

I've used these boots for about half the season now and I have no major complaints. They are MUCH better than my old boots because they actually fit my narrow feet! The width is perfect if you have narrow feet. It probably helps that this is only the 2nd ski boot I have ever owned and I did some research regarding proper boot fit this time. I also got the Inuition heat-moldable liners and custom foot-beds which really helps. They don't seem that stiff too me which I actually prefer, but again, I don't have much experience with other boots. I also mostly ski in 'soft' mode rather than 'hard' mode, which makes a difference. I got a fantastic deal which made it even that much better.

what is thermomoldable liner

what is thermomoldable liner

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A thermomoldable liner is heated up, then you insert your foot. As it cools it shapes its self to fit your foot.

I tried on the Nordica Speedmachine 14,...

I tried on the Nordica Speedmachine 14, but it was way too narrow for my food. Is there another boot you could suggest that will provide the same performance, but wider?

Best Answer Responded on

Yes, the Dalbello Proton 12. It is about the same in flex, but wider and has great performance for wider, higher volume feet.

Unanswered Question

What changes have been made from last years...

What changes have been made from last years boot besides cosmetic changes?