One day you're lapping groomers front side with your buddies, the next you're in knee-deep backside powder, and on another day you're touring in untouched backcountry snow. It doesn't matter what kind of terrain you're in the mood for, the versatile, ultra-light Fischer Ranger Free 120 Alpine Ski Boot can handle it all. Low weight means you have more energy to take on those long uphills or technical descents, so Fischer constructed the Ranger Free with its Grilamid shell that also offers you a high energy transfer. Even the liner is as minimalistic as possible while still being supportive and comfortable. It can also be thermoshaped so you can create a perfect fit for each of your feet. When your day calls for some fresh, untouched backcountry powder, switch the integrated cuff lever to Walk mode for 55 degrees of motion while you're on the move. The Ranger Free is equipped with motion support in the form of a pivot point fixed liner cuff that enables less drag during the walk for more durability throughout your touring day. For traversing on exposed rock or slick ice, Vibram GripWalk allows you to confidently charge onward and upward without having to worry so much about slipping. All of this backcountry travel is possible with original Dynafit inserts that provide guaranteed compatibility to all tech-bindings. So no matter what the conditions or your mood has you seeking out, the Ranger Free 120 is ready to take you there.
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