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October 7, 2010
If basic black isn’t your style, meet the Jah—an all-mountain adaptation of the Dobermann 130 Pro with more youthful graphics. It gets extra shock absorption and a fur liner, and the boot board isn’t bolted down, as in the Pro 130, so it’s a little less touchy.
October 7, 2010
The Quest line sacrifices some hard-snow precision and power, but the alpine/AT hybrid design offers a nice blend of alpine skiability with AT lightness, comfort, and hike/tour ease. It’s cool, adventuresome, and easy on the feet. Are we ready for quiver boots?
September 29, 2010
A hand-activated pump mounted on the cuff of the Phoenix 80 inflates bladders attached to the shell in the forefoot and ankle areas. Pump them full of air for a snug, customized fit in these key areas. It’s a new technology from Tecnica (available in stiffer, more expensive boots, too). Fit customization doesn’t get any easier.
September 29, 2010
Warm, lightweight and roomy, the RS 8 gives intermediate women a comfortable home base from which to master new skills. Salomon’s new V-shape last provides a snug fit at the heel and a wide fit at the forefoot and toes—a nice combination of comfort and performance. The inner boot is “fur”-lined, and the cuff adjusts to fit a wide variety of troublesome calf shapes.
September 29, 2010
Usually, a ski/walk feature compromises performance by weakening the rearward support the spine provides. Not so with the Delight Pro. The cuff releases to vertical, making it easy to get around between runs, but there’s little loss of rearward integrity. The low cuff is designed to accommodate a woman’s calf. The liner is cushy and warm. And it skis with reasonable accuracy.
September 29, 2010
Boots this wide aren’t meant to ski this well. To be sure, the Edge Plus series puts comfort before performance, but it’s nice to see a boot with such a voluminous fit that still sets a woman up to succeed with reasonably secure foot-hold. The shell plastic and the aluminum buckles are of relatively high quality for the category, and the flex provides just enough support.
September 29, 2010
If you’ve never been comfortable in a ski boot, don’t give up. Full Tilt’s new wider forefoot makes the already comfortable three-piece design even more plush. Add a thickly padded, extremely well-insulated liner, and it’s also the warmest boot available. High performance isn’t its forte, but it skis with reasonable competence. * Note: The Mary Jane is a 4 on Full Tilt’s 1–10 flex scale.
July 8, 2010
From the park to groomers the Full Tilt Hot Dogger can take on anything.
July 22, 2009
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