Alpina T10 Touring Boot

Alpina T10 Touring Boot
Alpina T10 Touring Boot
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T10 Touring Boot by Alpina
No one ever said treadmills were fun--in fact, they're damn close to torture. Want to know what is fun' Cross country skiing. So, whether you're headed down to your favorite trail or putting in a trail of your own through the woods, count on the Alpina T10 Touring Boot to keep your feet warm and comfortable as you keep your fitness level up and the fun meter pinned.The Alpina T10 is a soft boot ideal for the recreational skier that enjoys taking cruisers around the classic track or exploring the rolling terrain that surrounds it. They're insulated with Thinsulate for an added dose of heat and have a supportive plastic cuff for increased lateral stability as you glide around the track. Its quick-lace closure reduces the amount of time you spend fiddling with your boots in the cold parking lot and work to ensure a snug and secure fit once you're ready to the hit the track. Like all Alpina boots, the T10 is NNN compatible and will work with NNN T3 Auto Nordic bindings.

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SKU: ALP003D
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