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Fischer Ranger Free 130 Alpine Ski Boot

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    Ranger Free 130 Alpine Ski Boot

    The Fischer Men's Ranger Free 130 Alpine Ski Boot is an ultralight, freeride-oriented boot for quick, efficient ascents and performance-oriented descents. Its powerful 130 flex and Grilamid shell with carbon reinforcement in the cuff ensures a stiff, responsive, secure feel, whether you're taking powder laps in the backcountry or enjoying an afternoon ripping groomers in the resort. A narrow 99-millimeter last keeps your foot snugly in place as you make wide wiggles down steep, untouched bowls, and a simple flick of the Hike Ski lever into walk mode grants you with an impressive 55-degree range of motion so you can charge up the skin track with ease for another lap.

    Inside the Ranger Free's sleek yet robust shell is a supportive, comfortable liner that can be easily thermo-molded for a customized fit, and features a moisture-wicking layer to transport sweat away from your foot when you're setting the skinner to get some fresh turns before work. On the bottom of the boot, a high-traction, rockered Vibram Gripwalk sole promotes a natural, comfortable gait, and provide reliable traction on icy bootpacks or adventures across the slick parking lot to the trailhead.

    • Ultralight freeride boot for the backcountry and the resort
    • Stiff 130 flex for hard-charging skiers
    • 99-millimeter last for a precise, performance-oriented fit
    • 55-degree range of motion in walk mode delivers uphill efficiency
    • Grilamid and carbon shell provide powerful power transfer
    • Vibram GripWalk soles add reliable grip on icy bootpacks
    • Item #FIS007K

    Tech Specs

    Shell Material
    Grilamid
    Flex
    130
    Last Width
    99mm
    Buckles
    4
    Walk Mode
    55-degree range of motion
    Liner
    3D Pre Shaped, Motion Support
    Thermo-moldable Liner
    yes
    Liner Closure
    50mm power strap
    Binding Compatibility
    tech, alpine touring, alpine
    Sole
    Vibram Grip Walk
    Claimed Weight
    [pair, size 26.5] 6lb 12.8oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry skiing, freeride/powder skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    4 years

    Tech Specs

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    Perfect Flex, Pretty light

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The flex on these are not only the perfect amount, but it is super progressive and made the skis extremely easy to drive. When touring up, you'd never know you had 130 flex freeride boots on, and on the way down, you'll never know you have lightweight touring boots on.

    Perfect Flex, Pretty light

    Hard Charging Freeride Touring Boot

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This boot really is a game changer. Until the last couple years, you really couldn't find boots that were 130 flex, truly skied like a quality freeride boot, had a great walk mode with 55 degrees of motion, are lightweight, and still have the durability to ski hard at the resort all season without having issues.



    Well, this boot is all those things.



    I have a narrow foot and struggle to find boots that can really lock in my heel. The 99 last and liner on this boot were comfortable from day one and keep me locked in so I can charge hard. The 130 flex is great for pushing the limits of your skiing ability, Walk mode is super easy to switch to and lends great mobility. I wear a size 9 shoe and ski in the 25.5 for a tight performance fit, although a 26.5 would be fine as well and a little more comfortable.



    I am really liking this boot and look forward to many more days in them.

    Hard Charging Freeride Touring Boot

    Light as a feather

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Best ski boots I have ever worn. Put them on then forget that they are on your feet. The support is stiff as a board in ski mode and will keep you from looking goofy in walk mode. The insulation liker does its job and keeps those pig-toes nice and warm even in some hefty wind on the lifts. it is AMAZING HOW LIGHT THESE BOOTS ARE!!! No seriously, these boots felt like they were about half the weight of a normal pair. Would highly recommend if you are looking to have locked in ankles and would also need a light boot for touring.

    Peromance + Comfort

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    The hubby loves stiff boots, cause he goes fast like a bat out of heck. However, he finds most boots very painful. But, not these! He loved them out of the box, which is nothing shy of a miracle.

    130 flex is responsive, without killing the calves. He has a wider fore-foot, but the 99 last is somehow okay for him. So, I think the pre-molded liners must have been thought out to perfection.

    The powder was heavy and slow things down, this day. So, he didn't get a chance to catch much air. But, I feel confident the boots will handle that just and drops just fine, as well.

    These boots do fit in a normal alpine binding, without having to change the soles for backcountry skiing. So, yet another feature that makes these an easy sell. Get the Switch Bindings and you have a one quiver set up for resort, side and backcountry.

    So, now I have to figure how to afford these, because he's got his heart set on them. Hahah

    Peromance + Comfort

    The new Baseline

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This Ranger Free 130 from Fischer is a new standard for all hybrid boots. If you need a boot to perform at the resort, but also get you up hill touring then look no further.

    Fischer has designed an internal ski/touring mechanism that gives you the performance of a 130 flex alpine boot, but the 55 degree motion of a touring boot. Simply switch over from walk to tour with the very discreet level below the top buckle. They are incredibly light so you are able to get multiple laps in the Backcountry, but super durable so you don't worry about blowing up your boots after dropping multiple cliffs.

    Take this perfect hybrid boot and pair it with the best hybrid binding in the game - The Salomon Shift, now you have the ultimate resort/touring set up. A binding that is changing the game, and a boot that is the new standard. With this combination you'll never want to leave the mountain.

    Right out of the box comfort is just the cherry on top. Get these boots so you can go another 5+years until you need new boots.

    Ski Incognito

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    One of my favorite, and truly the perfect hybrid, free-tour boot for 2019 season. These boots are not only the perfect boot for anyone who is looking for a "walk" mode in an alpine boot, but also a stiff, burly, touring boot for those wanting a do it all one boot quiver.

    The tour mode on this boot is pretty unique in that the entire mechanism is internal. From the outside, looking at this boot, you'd have no idea that it is indeed a touring boot. The tour mode lever is located right below the top buckle and is pretty discreet. When the lever is flipped you enjoy 55 degrees range of motion, and when it's in ski mode - this boot is full value 130 flex!

    I put a bunch of days on these inbounds last year and can say they are the a great inbounds boot, with the added ability to do a couple of touring laps when the snow is all tracked out at the resort.

    I think these would be the perfect pair up with the new Shift binding from Salomon/Atomic - the perfect combination of inbounds and backcountry.

    Also - they are super comfortable right out of the box, not in a sloppy way, but they are tight, comfortable liner/boot.