Fischer Travers CS Alpine Touring Boot

Fischer Travers CS Alpine Touring Boot
Fischer Travers CS Alpine Touring Boot
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Travers CS Alpine Touring Boot by Fischer
Designed for rando-spirited backcountry skiers, the Fischer Travers CS Alpine Touring Boot encourages a fast pace on the ascent. At two pounds, it's remarkably light for how stiff it feels on the downhill, and a massive 80 range of motion maximizes mobility up the mountain. Fischer outfitted the shell with a Boa dial for quick-and-easy entry, and the slider buckle secures the power strap for a locked in feel. Just like every ultralight ski boot, the Travers CS has some carbon in it, but while the shell is mostly Grilamid, the carbon is found in a plate within the rubber sole for maximum torsional stiffness and direct power transfer. Fischer also designed the boot with Somatec to put your foot in a natural V-position that enables a precise performance.

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