When you feel the need to get away from civilization and make some of your own tracks, lace up the Women's Alpina T10 Eve Touring Boot. The women-specific last wraps around your foot for a snug fit, while the anatomic footbed follows the curves of your feet for comfortable support. Thinsulate insulation provides enough warmth to keep you going for miles, and the heel counter helps keep your heel in place for increased comfort and better control over your skis. A zippered lace cover keeps snow from getting in through the speed lacing system when you venture off the beaten path and into soft snow.
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Alpina T 10 Eve Touring Boot
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