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It cut the fat and beefed up at the same time.

Long gone are the heavy, hulking backcountry touring boots of yesteryear: the Rossignol BC X12 75mm Touring Ski Boot boasts a highfalutin' skeletal carbon-fiber cuff and super-durable Cordura upper cover. And a foot-hugging thermomoldable liner, Thinsulate, and gaiter loop protect you from a fun-stopping freeze. The cuff and two ratchet buckles give you loads of support for a stellar performance in pursuit of pow.

  • Featherweight carbon-fiber cuff provides superior stability, energy-efficient power transfer, and a free-moving heel pivot for comfy, unrestricted mobility
  • Cordura upper lace cover provides long-use durability and protective coverage and reduces wear and tear
  • Soft and cozy Thinsulate lining keeps your foot toasty-warm
  • Thermo Adjustable Fit is a thermomoldable liner that conforms to the foot for optimal comfort, control, and energy-efficiency
  • Lock Down system keeps heel and instep from lifting and wraps the foot with precision fit for ultimate control and support
  • Compatible 75mm 3-pin binding
  • Ankle gaiter adds weather protection against the snow and cold

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The description is vague, suggesting a...

The description is vague, suggesting a thermo moldable liner. Is this like the other Rossi nordic products and non-removable, or is it an actual removable liner?

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Hey Bradley K,

Thanks for the question. Most liners are actually somewhat moldable through adding heat, but I did some checking on the Rossignol BC X12 75mm Touring Ski Boot and the liner from this boot has a different material which will provide a bit more of a custom fit. Getting the custom fit can come from adding heat from a convection oven (trained professional only), a boot dryer or by natural body heat.