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T1 Boot - Kids'

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Color:Copen Blue/White/Spearmint


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Why We Like The Salomon T1 Boot

The Salomon T1 Boot thrives on the feet of groms who have graduated from the high chair but still reside comfortably at the kids table. These boots handle a pizza and a french fry thanks to a soft and easily manipulated flex, a comfortable width, and the warmth of a junior liner.


  • Jr flex is easy for novice skiers to flex and control
  • Polyolefin construction is lightweight and rigid
  • Fleece-lined liner traps heat and locks heel in place
  • Single plastic buckle allows you to get ready quickly
  • Alpine soles work with the majority of youth bindings
  • Item #SALZAC2
Shell Material
Buckle Material
My ThermicFit Jr
Binding Compatibility
alpine (ISO 5355)
Claimed Weight
562 grams
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 2 year

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

March 21, 2022

Ratchet loosens while skiing

We purchased this boot for our son in December 2019 but he did not start skiing regularly until November 2020. As a comfortable and cozy boot for a never-ever preschooler it ticks all the boxes. Beware of wet-weather skiing because they can get quite damp inside - they are not super waterproof. However, as our 3-year-old son has progressed, the boot definitely has it’s limitations. The primary issue being that the ratchet loosens significantly while he skis meaning that he begins to lose control and we have to keep stopping to retighten them. This is a little disappointing. Otherwise they have held up okay and meet the basic needs for a good price point.


Originally reviewed on salomon.com