Fischer Range 120 Alpine Touring Boot

Fischer Range 120 Alpine Touring Boot
Fischer Range 120 Alpine Touring Boot
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Range 120 Alpine Touring Boot by Fischer
Fischer's Ranger Series consists of ski boots built light enough for touring and fully capable for all-mountain resort skiing. The Ranger 120 Ski Boot is the second-stiffest in that series, and it best-serves most skiers with average builds and moderate skills. Fischer fitted it with a narrow last to provide a tight, precise feel. A Grilamid shell keeps weight at a minimum for an easier time on the skin track, and the walk mode initiates a comfortable range of motion for hiking. The 3D-preshaped liner includes compact padding in key areas for greater comfort. Vibram rubber gives traction when you're bootpacking a rocky summit, and it's compatible with tech and GripWalk bindings.

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