Roxa R3 130 Ti IR Wrap Alpine Touring Boot

Roxa R3 130 Ti IR Wrap Alpine Touring Boot
Roxa R3 130 Ti IR Wrap Alpine Touring Boot
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R3 130 Ti IR Wrap Alpine Touring Boot by Roxa
When you've got a hunger for early mornings, fresh lines, and steep descents, the R3 130 Ti IR Wrap Alpine Touring Boots are the sausage and egg breakfast sammy to satisfying your backcountry cravings. This lean, mean, touring machine has an extra stiff flex for maximum carving prowess on the downhill, and a lightweight, 3-piece design catered to keep you comfortable during the uphill slog. Fully thermomoldable with an adjustable last, you don't have to worry about numb feet cramping your style, and their GripWalk-equipped soles give you the confidence you need if you encounter bootpacks on your way to the top.

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