Alpina T 30 Classic Boot

Alpina T 30 Classic Boot
Alpina T 30 Classic Boot
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T 30 Classic Boot by Alpina
The Alpina T 30 Classic Boot features a fairly soft flex for all-day off-trail comfort, but it's not a pushover. The plastic cuff, heel counter and power strap provide enough support for those pristine mornings spent out making your own tracks, and the anatomic footbed supports your arch so you can cover the kilometers in comfort. A speed lacing system helps you dial up a snug and secure fit, and the zippered lace cover helps keep your socks dry when you're cruising through sun-dappled snowdrifts. Thinsulate insulation provides low-bulk warmth on even the coldest days, while the NNN T3 sole makes it easy to step into your NNN T3 Auto bindings without bending over or scraping out caked-on snow.

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