Explore new terrain, fresh lines, and complete freedom with the Fischer Women's My Ranger Free 110 Alpine Touring Boot. An easy-to-use lever puts you from ski to hike mode, offering up a generous 55-degree range of motion so you can charge up steep skin tracks or boot up couloirs, and the roomy 99-millimeter last and plush Primaloft-insulated liner provides a performance fit while still maintaining comfort and warmth. When it comes time to ski your line, you'll appreciate the boot's hard-charging, descent-oriented nature in the form of a lightweight Grilamid shell that's carbon-reinforced to maintain stiffness and power, giving you the aggressive performance you need to drive your skis. Complete with a grippy Vibram rubber sole to give you confidence when you're bootpacking up a steep, icy ridge--or simply walking across the parking lot to the trailhead--no terrain is off-limits in this go-anywhere boot.
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