The Men's Element 120 Ski Boot is Roxa's stiffest freestyle boot for aggressive riders looking to dominate the park. Its 120 flex is the second-stiffest flex on the market, giving just enough forgiveness to attenuate shock on the landing. This professional-level flex deserves a design focused on precision-driven performance, so Roxa designed it with a moderately narrow 99mm last to help you line up rail shots with ease, and despite its narrow last, Roxa's BioFit technology pre-forms the shell with relief spots in areas that usually pinch your foot for skiing from first chair to last. The Element 120 doesn't only provide a precise, aggressive performance; it's also remarkably comfortable with a thermo-moldable liner and three-piece construction. After ten minutes at a bootfitter's shop, the Element's thermo-moldable Intuition liner customizes your foot's contours for a fit that feels like Roxa designed the boot specifically for your foot. Cabrio's three-piece construction not only optimizes the boot's fit, but also ensures a progressive forward flex for the boot's life. Instead of the standard two-piece construction, Cabrio inserts a third piece at the tongue to easy on-and-off and attenuate shock for smooth lateral control whether you're edging corduroy or sticking a sketchy landing.
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