Alpina BC 1550 Backcountry Boot

Alpina BC 1550 Backcountry Boot
Alpina BC 1550 Backcountry Boot
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BC 1550 Backcountry Boot by Alpina
Setting your own trail through untracked snow can take you through some wild, pristine winter landscapes, but you'll need the right boot to get your there. The Alpina BC 1550 Backcountry Boot protects from the deep snow and cold temps you'll encounter deep in the backcountry thanks to a rugged, reinforced upper and insulated design that retains heat in cold, damp snow. The medium flex offers a smooth forward flex as you glide across open meadows, and the plastic heel counter and CMB cuff delivers just enough stability to keep you in control of your metal-edged touring skis when you need to make a few quick turns down rolling hills. Alpina made the BC 1550 compatible with NNN BC bindings for a more secure, solid connection to the ski in variable snow conditions and the ever-changing backcountry terrain.

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SKU: ALP004D
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