Offtrack 3 Backcountry My Style Boot - Women's by Fischer
The Nordic track is all well and good for getting a workout in, but what you really love is exploring. Leave the track behind with the Fischer Offtrack 3 Backcountry My Style Boot. Designed for performance in rugged and untracked terrain, this boot has the support and comfort you need for long excursions into the backcountry. An anatomically-designed ankle support system allows for a stable power transfer, while a shaped internal molded heel cap naturally cups your heel to keep things comfortable. When you venture off into untouched terrain, an integrated gaiter with a sealed zipper keeps snow out. Water resistant Comfort Guard insulation keeps your foot warm, especially the more susceptible areas of the forefoot, so your adventures won't be cut short by frozen toes. A backcountry-specific outsole is designed to give you optimum support in the most difficult terrain, and has a non-slip profile for reliable walking in case you need to unclip and do some scrambling. Fischer Fresh anti-odor technology ensures long-lasting freshness, so taking off those boots when you get back to the fireplace won't be a harrowing experience.
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