Fischer RCS Skate Boot

Fischer RCS Skate Boot
Fischer RCS Skate Boot
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RCS Skate Boot by Fischer
Competing locally or abroad, the Fischer RCS Skate Boot is rearing to come along for the ride. From the moment you step into your NNN bindings with a satisfying click to the instant you cross the finish line, you appreciate the stability and efficient power transfer of this podium-worthy boot. A waterproof membrane and sealed zipper keep your feet dry as you skate through sparkling snow, while the lightweight insulation keeps your toes warm without slowing you down. The RCS wants you to succeed. Lightweight polymer at the cuff provides robust torsional resistance for powerful control kicking off, while the easy to adjust instep strap secures the foot and enable better power transfer as you skate. Combine these features with a performance race fit and Turnamic Race Skate sole and you hold on your foot all the power you need to leave your competition skating in your spindrift.

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SKU: FIS004R
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