Hike. Ski. Charge.
When you need a boot that will wrangle the burliest lines in the resort and will give you the ability to access the best hike-to terrain out of the backcountry gates, look no further than the Lange Men's XT 100 Ski Boot. If you thought getting a boot with a walk mode meant you'd have to sacrifice downhill performance, then you might want to take a look at Lange's line of XT freeride boots, because these boots maintain all of the hard-charging performance of a pair of Langes with the added convenience of a walk mode. This medium stiff option in the line is more forgiving than the XT 120 and 130 with a flex index of 100, and it has a roomy 100mm last for skiers looking for more comfort-forward fit.
Being a Lange, the XT 100 comes from a long line of high performance race boots, as can be seen in its top-shelf construction. A stiff polyether cuff delivers the drive you want when you're angles get aggressive, while the softer shell material offers a progressive flex that give the boots that classic Lange fit and feel. The actual walk mode is burly with a metal-on-metal connection to ensure a solid lock down when you're ready to point and send. Four sturdy aluminum buckles and a 35mm power strap work together to lock the boot down when it's time descend, while the heat-moldable liners ensure a precise and comfortable fit that matches the exact shape of your foot. When you are hiking, an adequate 20-degree cuff rotation gives you some wiggle room to walk, and the Max Grip sole with grippy arch pad made sure you have the traction you need when navigating rocky ridge lines and icy bootpacks.
- 100 flex
- 100mm last
- RL1 Thermofit liner (heat-moldable)
- Adjustable canting +/-
- Ski/Hike System 2.0
- Interchangeable Max Grip sole (WTR sole sold separate)
- Item #DYN002I