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The Salomon SPK Pro Model Boot is all about the cush. Built to absorb the impacts of park, pipe, and urban skiing, it flaunts comfort technology (and tight design) like no other boot on the mountain. To start, Salomon's surprisingly secure two-buckle system locks you in without crushing your foot. Then the dual-density gel heel padding takes the sting out of hard, flat transitions, while an EVA spoiler prevents pinching and bruising of the calf muscle. And finally, an all-new SCS soft toe insert flexes to prevent black-toe disease when you inevitably land in the backseat.

  • 110-Flex: enough flex for big days in the park, but plenty of support and stability for fun around the rest of the mountain
  • My Custom Fit Pro thermo-moldable liners allow for custom fitting
  • 104mm last width offers a big, smearable underfoot-great for stomping rails and park features
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    I bought these boots with salomon rocker 2 108s and STH14 binding. the first time i tired them i was amazed how reactive the boots where to every change i did , especially after upgrading from my previous boots (70 flex) to these ones (110 flex). Never again will i go go down to comfy boots. I just love them whether if you want to just carve or trying new tricks, you'll feel the skis no matter how heavy they are are so light and responsive and the landings with these are pretty acceptable and wont cause you any pain at the end of the day. All in all phenomenal product. Oh and to add to that everybody that seees me wearing them just says they looking awesome.

    Best boot in the world

      I started with the first SPK Pro in about 2006, the white one with brown leather patches.
      A fantastic boot, fits like a sneeker and still gives you far engouh hold for perfect skiing.
      We do mogul-skiing wherever we can and even there, that boot rocks.
      I have already two of them and will buy a third one as the first slowly gets old and starts hurting (after 6 years) and skiing almost every weekend in winter.
      And clearly, not only for Freestyle and Moguls but anyone who enjoys skiing without blue feet in the evening.

      hey should your toe be pressing against...

      hey should your toe be pressing against the rubber toe at all? or should there be space between your toe and the front of the boot?

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      Hey guys, Sorry but I see you don't have...

      Hey guys,
      Sorry but I see you don't have 27.5, thats the size i need is there any way you guys could get a hold of a pair or have any recommendations on what I should do?