Ski boot

Ski boot

  1. Inner lining may be warmed up with hot air to fit the shape of your leg.
  2. Strap to tighten your calf.
  3. Clips made of aluminum.
  4. Canting adjuster.
  5. Flex adjuster to make your boot softer or firmer.

Well adjusted boots have strong impact on the steering ability and convenient skiing. Solid and firm clips made of aluminum are very significant in terms of supporting and tightening your leg.

Flex index is adjusted regarding the skier level and particular discipline:

60-85: Convenient for beginners and intermediates. Blood can easily circulate.

90-110: Suitable for advanced skiers and experts. Boot can influence circulation, if tightened too firm.

120-140: Intended for racers. Circulation is affected if clips remain tightened after the run.

Take a try

Parallel long turns

At the end of a turn use the centrifugal force to raise the posture slightly and lean inside the opposite arc shape your skis are starting to make and switch edges at the same time. Starting the turn lower your posture...

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Short turns

When applying this technique, you perform rapid rhythmic turns close to the fall line. Your skis should be hip width apart. At the end of a turn plant a pole, raise the posture and rotate skis around tips to start the opposite turn....

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It’s all about killing kickers, half pipes and other stuff located within snow parks. Before you manage advanced tricks it’s nice to start with 20m long flights, when you have an opportunity to learn how to maintain stable posture...

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