The Men's R3 100 Ski Boot is Roxa's softest option in the R3 freeride series, making it ideal for intermediate or lighter riders looking at big mountains and technical lines. A 100 flex grants this boot plenty of forgiveness when you drop a cliff, explore body-deep powder, or attempt a face shot for the first time. Roxa built the R3 130 out of an innovative Cabrio construction that uses three pieces instead of the standard two. Cabrio provides an easier entry, a higher range of hiking, a tenacious lateral power and downhill control. The buckles, even the walk mode latch, are metal to ensure solid security. The GripWalk sole uses rubber lugs to allow traction on rocks, ice, and steep boot packs. Roxa designed the R3 100 to be surprisingly comfortable, with a moderately narrow 99mm last and BioFit technology. Biofit pre-forms the shell to provide relief in common "issue" areas for all-day comfort. The boot's liner is 75% thermo-moldable to customize the contours of your foot's ankle, arch, heel, and toes for a precise fit where it counts most. The GripWalk sole is compatible with most alpine bindings, and the walk mode should assist on bootpacks as well as the commute from parking lot to chairlift.
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