Salomon Prolink Vitane 8 Skate Ski Boot - Women's

Salomon Prolink Vitane 8 Skate Ski Boot - Women's
$229.95
Prolink Vitane 8 Skate Ski Boot - Women's by Salomon
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Salomon Prolink Vitane 8 Skate Ski Boot - Women's

This is it: the year you're finally feeling ready to step into a few local skate skiing races. Far from the flailing, uncoordinated novice you were just a few short seasons ago, you've honed your technique and expanded your lungs, so make sure you have the gear befitting your transformation. If a customizable fit and lightweight, supportive boot have eluded you in your skate skiing career thus far, turn to the Salomon Women's Prolink Vitane 8 Skate Ski Boot and never look back. While stiffness and lateral stability are the hallmark concerns for any skate skiing boot, Salomon didn't want to neglect comfort when creating the Prolink Vitane. Using a plush arrangement of foam and Lycra, as well as its Hyper Soft 5mm insole, Salomon created a supportive, but adaptable fit. It then built the Prolink Vitane on the platform of its Performance Women last. Ladies with medium-volume feet will feel at home in this shape, which narrows around the heel and instep to provide a secure, slip-free fit. While you're working hard in tempo workouts and races, the Softshell and 3D mesh uppers will continuously usher moisture away from your feet to prevent overheating. Finally, the Prolink Sport outsole uses a low-profile design to give you grip and control on the snow, without sacrificing torsional strength and stability.

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