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Fischer My Ranger Free 90 Alpine Touring Boot - Women's

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My Ranger Free 90 Alpine Touring Boot

The Fischer Women's My Ranger Free 90 Alpine Touring Boot is designed for anything from enjoying groomed runs all season, exploring in-bounds bootpacks to get some fresh turns, or getting into the backcountry before work. Its forgiving 90 flex is soft enough for lighter or intermediate to advanced lady shredders, and the 99-millimeter last provides comfort without sacrificing a performance-oriented fit. The walk mode delivers efficiency on steep skintracks or when you're walking across the parking lot at the resort to the chairlift, and the high-traction GripWalk soles give you confidence-inspiring grip on icy bootpacks. Complete with a Primaloft liner for all-day warmth and comfort, there's no place on the mountain that you can't go.

  • Versatile boot for exploring the resort or the backcountry
  • Forgiving 90 flex is perfect for intermediate to advanced skiers
  • 99mm last blends comfort and performance
  • Walk mode makes in-bounds bootpacks or morning tours efficient
  • Plush Primaloft liner keeps toes warm and comfortable
  • GripWalk soles offer reliable traction on slick, icy surfaces
  • Item #FIS007Q

Shell Material
thermoplastic polyurethane
Flex
90
Last Width
99mm
Buckles
4
Buckle Material
aluminum
Walk Mode
yes
Liner
Primaloft
Thermo-moldable Liner
yes
Binding Compatibility
alpine, alpine touring
Sole
GripWalk
Claimed Weight
[pair] 7lb 7.2oz
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, freeride/powder skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
4 years

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I don't see a Tech toe on these boots,yet it says you can use for alpine touring. Am I missing something?