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Salomon RS8 Prolink Skate Boot

$229.95

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  • One Color, US 7.5/UK 7.0
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RS8 Prolink Skate Boot

Salomon's RS8 Prolink Skate Boot is a comfier option than the Nordic boots in Salomon's Race Series, making it an ideal option for training and everyday performance. It still provides a race-specific flex like S/Race models, except there's more SensiFit around the upper to conform to your foot more comfortably. Features specific to the RS8 include an Energyzer collar that provides progressive lateral support for better energy at each step, and the 3D Advanced Chassis drastically increases stiffness without adding weight. This boot is compatible with any NNN or Prolink cross country ski bindings.
  • Nordic ski boot balances comfort with a progressive performance
  • Race-specific flex optimizes power and control
  • 3D carbon chassis keeps the boot stiff and light
  • Second Skin upper conforms to your foot shape comfortably
  • Energyzer collar offers ankle support and reduced muscle fatigue
  • Sole compatible with NNN Prolink bindings
  • Item #SAL01SP

Upper Material
3D Advanced Chassis, SensiFit
Binding Compatibility
Prolink, NNN, Turnamic
Closure
Quicklace, adjustable heel strap, lace cover with cross zip
Liner
3D mesh
Footbed
soft (5mm)
Sole Material
Sport Prolink
Claimed Weight
1lb 4oz
Recommended Use
nordic skate
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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Do Salomon Pro-Link ski boots fit the older SNS Pilot bindings? I need new skate boots, but I would rather not change current SNS Pilot bindings until I have to/they fail. But I'd like new boots to be compatible w. currently more common NNN bindings for when I do get new bindings...I use gear a long time and wear it out if it's working for me.