You're looking to ski all over the resort this year: bumps, trees, chutes, and wide open groomers. Even though you're planning on taking your skiing up a level, you don't need to cram your foot into a boot that's stiffer than your great-uncle Joe's knees to get there. Trust the Salomon QST Pro 100 Ski Boot to keep you skiing comfortably and in-control, with a mid-range 100 flex and fully customizable shell and liner ideal for upping the gnar. Salomon's QST Pro line was made to be used all over the resort, off-piste and on, with plenty of above-the-lift hiking in mind. Shoulder your skis and throw your boots into walk mode when you head up the bootpack for a more comfortable hike, then lock them back up to surf through the deep turns you earned. Sitting between the cuff and shell, the beefy Oversized Pivot maintains lateral stiffness as you tip edge-to-edge on harder snow, adapting the boot to command control over the inflated waistlines of modern skis. The fully customizable shell comes with the ability to yield to the unique shape of your feet without the need to punch or grind right off the bat, and the customizable liner follows suit, giving you the luxury of a secure, responsive fit without numb toes. On especially deep days, you'll appreciate the waterproof gusset along the Endofit tongue as it prevents cold toes from sending you home early. Once you're ready to call it, the Endofit design makes slipping your boots off at the car a refreshingly easy task; you can leave the sighs and grunts to the rest of your crew while you slip on comfier shoes in the time it takes them to unbuckle.
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