Salomon Shift Pro 120 Alpine Touring Boot

Salomon Shift Pro 120 Alpine Touring Boot
Salomon Shift Pro 120 Alpine Touring Boot
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Shift Pro 120 Alpine Touring Boot by Salomon
Salomon designed the Shift Pro 120 Alpine Touring Boot to clip into the revolutionary Shift MNC Bindings seamlessly for both uphill touring and rowdy downhill riding. The Shift Bindings require ski boots that can clip into tech and AT bindings, and the Shift Pro does more than just fit the bill. It's the second-stiffest and one of the lightest options from Salomon, and just like the binding, it performs well on both backcountry and resort terrain. Salomon's Coreframe insert improves terrain feedback for a surprisingly powerful downhill performance. Combine that with Salomon's legendary, seamless Sensift design for greater comfort, and you're in for full days ascending by foot or chairlift.

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SKU: SALZ9IP
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