Step into the Salomon RS Prolink Vitane Carbon Skate Boot and be rewarded with performance and comfort for your long training session. This low-volume, narrow heel boot was engineered for skiers with slightly narrower feet who still demand top performance from their gear. The Proline Vitane delivers with its lightweight, high-stretch carbon skating plate in the sole that stores energy and releases it when unweighted, driving energy into the ski to keep you flying down the track. Its carbon 3D Energyzer cuff is designed to provide better muscle relaxation and faster ski return giving you better edge control and easier kick with less fatigue so you can extend your training sessions. Comfort is equally as important as performance in the design of the Prolink Vitane and as such, it features a super-customizable fit. A thermo-moldable foam liner allows you to have a completely custom fit for each of your feet and with an adjustable heel strap, you are able to dial in your fit for maximum comfort and performance. Its SensiFit Overlap construction has semi-soft wings that enclose the foot from both sides, locking in place with a precise one-pull Quicklace system that is protected by a zippered lace cover. Topping it all off is a thermoformed racing insole that provides custom foot support for hard-charging skiing.
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Salomon RS Vitane Prolink Skate Boot - Women's
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