Why We Like The BCX Tour Ski Boot
When the backcountry gets blanketed in snow and we feel a sense of adventure we pull on the Fischer BCX Tour Ski Boot and head to the wilderness. These hiking style boots provide ankle support and effortless control that allows us to explore the beautiful backcountry.
- Backcountry nordic boots that balance support and comfort
- Synthetic leather upper offers coverage and all day comfort
- Comfort Guard insulation adds warmth on the coldest days
- Tall hiking boot style adds ample ankle support
- D-rings allow you to easily attach gaiters when snow is deep
- NNN BC soles offer power for control and turning every time out
- Item #FISH053
- Upper Material
- synthetic leather
- Comfort Guard
- Binding Compatibility
- Claimed Weight
- 1lb 6.4oz
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
- nordic touring
3.5 based on 2 ratings
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March 19, 2022
Solid Boots, Great entry level BC boot.
- I've put it through the wringer
- Size Bought:
- 5' 11"
These are great entry level boots. Solid for the beginner/ beginnermediate nordic skier. The boots break in well and did not cause me any hot spots or soreness. As you break the boots in you will be able to get the laces tighter each time you wear them. The boots are warm and cozy on my feet. I also wear a thicker more classic/ old school style wool ski sock when nordic skiing versus downhill skiing. The only issue I found was that they are a bit voluminous, a small shim under the foot bed fixed this volume issue. Length-wise I found them to be true to size.
December 29, 2021
Supportive boots, difficult break-in
- I've used it several times
- Size Bought:
- 5' 8"
To be fair, this is my first pair of back country boots. I normally make my laces pretty snug. After a few uses (short ski trips 30 -60 min) started to really hurt at the base of my toes where they fold across the top of my foot. I almost returned them. Tried loosening the laces a lot in that area, and that helped quite a bit. I will probably wear tape across my foot for longer trips. Hopefully they will break in and I won't need the tape forever!
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