Fischer Soma Vacuum Trinity 110 (2013)
This year's test of the new Vacuum Trinity 110 was the perfect proving ground for Fischer's claims that its proprietary process permits shell adaptation to a skier's desired stance angles: fore/aft, lateral, and torsional. Well, the morph magic works. After the molding, every tester reported the boot was well balanced for her stance and style of skiing. And with a perfect fit. While solid enough, it was quickness and accuracy that sealed the deal for testers-a top pick. "Snug, comfortable, quick, and confidence-inspiring." Notes: In addition to Vacuum properties the boot's simple set-up offers "Racing Canting" upper cuff adjustment shims for a solid lateral connection between upper and lower, replaceable toe and heel plates, and the HIPE (high insulation polyethylene) liner with pull loops at rear and tongue.
|Level||Advanced, Expert, Hi-Expert|
|Last Width||93, 103mm|