Look to the Roxa RX 1. 0 Alpine Touring Boot for solid downhill performance after a long ascent. Its Grilamind Tech construction keeps this boot's weight to a mere 2lb 9oz per boot, but it still offers a respectable 95 flex for control. A moderate last and light EVA boot board make the RX comfortable enough for long days in the backcountry and hut-to-hut traverses in the alpine. Gone are the days when touring boots struggled to switch from ski to walk mode, because the RX 1. 0's Quick, carbon-fiber switch easily transitions from ski to walk without a problem. In walk mode, the RX 1. 0 offers a staggering 62 degrees of cuff rotation for an easier hike. Roxa's Ultralight Tour liner is completely thermo-moldable for custom-fitted comfort. Skywalk rubber gives this boot's sole reliable traction for conquering rocky summits, icy bootpacks, and snowy trails.
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