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    Travers CC Ski Boot

    Weighing in at just over four pounds per pair, the Travers CC Ski Boot is officially Fischer's lightest backcountry boot built for longer tours with significant uphill and traversing in mind. It's designed similarly to previous Travers models, except updated with a carbon cuff for greater stiffness and a lighter weight. It still has carbon in the sole to ensure torsional rigidity, and the Boa dial quickens on-and-off. The Travers has a walk mode latch that employs a massive 80-degree cuff rotation for easy striding on the uphill.
    • Light backcountry ski boot built for long tours and mountaineering
    • Carbon cuff and Kevlar midsole accommodate stiffness without weight
    • 100mm last balances comfort with a secure, precise feel
    • Boa closure system ensures a snug fit without weighty buckles
    • Walk mode allows a massive 80-degree cuff rotation for easy hiking
    • Thermo-moldable liner and lower shell provide customized comfort
    • Item #FISH010

    Tech Specs

    Shell Material
    Grilamid, carbon
    Last Width
    Lean Angle
    Walk Mode
    80° cuff rotation
    Thermo-moldable Liner
    Palau Lite
    Liner Closure
    power strap, Boa
    Binding Compatibility
    Claimed Weight
    4lb 6oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry skiing, ski mountaineering
    Manufacturer Warranty
    4 years

    Tech Specs

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    Downhill was pretty terrible

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I skied this boot for a month or so and really wanted to love it but it just wasn't for me...

    The only pro I would say it is light and it walks pretty well given low resistance cuff rotation and range of motion. Although, the range of motion is far greater than I ever needed. Maybe for the yoga class, I would use a full range of motion with this boot.

    The skiing was pretty terrible. The boot is stiff but it feels more like a bear trap crunching your shins rather than a supportive platform. The heel plastics seem so fragile if anyone was to take a jump it could easily crack. The boa strings are cool but they tighten the whole foot at once. Meaning that by the time they tighten the upper foot near ankle your midfoot will be crunched (I have wider feet).

    Exchanged this boot to a different one and it ended up being a far greater experience.