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A high-performance boot for advanced skiers with narrow feet
Scarpa's new 4-Quattro is made for skiers who want one boot for the uphill, downhill, and everything in between.
The new Zero G Peak boot might be just the ticket for weight-conscious backcountry skiers who still care about downhill performance.
Nordica’s unapologetic redesign of the classic promises the all-day comfort you want and the performance you need. Go ahead, pursue your passion.
Sven Coomer is the man who made plastic boots comfortable and skiable, and revolutionized the way we ski.
The third generation of Nordica's classic medium-volume boot sheds grams without sacrificing performance.
The newest generation of this iconic backcountry ski boot is still as stiff as can be, but still gets up a skin track well.
An all-new ski boot from Fischer that reimagines how lightweight your everyday backcountry ski boot should be.
Lange took the award-winning XT3 concept and made it even more backcountry-friendly, but didn't sacrifice an ounce of downhill performance in the process.
Do your research before you pull the trigger on that killer online deal.
Building off the success of the 2021 Gear of the Year XT3, the XT3 Tour promises strong downhill performance at an uphill-friendly weight.
The all-new TransAlp backcountry ski boot options from Fischer combine sustainable materials with a simple and effective design, making it a win-win for backcountry purists.
The latest version of the Tecnica Cochise also pays tribute to the vision of Arne Backstrom and his original 150-flex "Frankenboot."
The Hoji Lock system simultaneously puts the boot in walk mode and loosens the top buckle and cuff strap in one step
2021 Comfort Boot Review
Shaped for a woman's without any performance comprise, these are the stiffest, burliest, tightest-fitting boots available for strong skiers who demand the best.
Time to buzz the tower, Maverick? Note: SKI takes no responsibility for anyone who rides into The Danger Zone in these boots, no matter how many times Kenny Loggins insists on taking you there.