S/Lab MTN Ski Boot
Salomon's S/Lab MTN Ski Boot is lightweight option for aggressive skiers who are looking to crush the climbs and ski steep, technical lines. With a stiff 120 flex to drive big planks down powder-filled bowls and tight chutes, and narrow, performance-first last, this boot can certainly charge, but its low weight and impressive 47-degree range of motion in walk mode means you'll be setting the skinner after every storm, and heading back up for more after every descent.
A Grilamid shell maintains the boot's stiffness without weighing you down, and a carbon spine and Pebax cuff provide rebound, stability, and impressive power transfer for a boot that's so light on the uphill. Salomon's signature Custom Shell HD and foam liner are both easy to thermo-mold for a precise, custom fit that's comfortable on all-days tours and keeps your foot secure for control on the descents. A rubber, rockered sole ensures a natural stride and reliable grip on those inevitable, icy bootpacks up steep ridges to access that line you've had your eye on all season long.
- Lightweight touring boot for crushing ascents
- Stiff 120 flex provides strong downhill performance
- Narrow 98-millimeter last offers a performance-first fit
- Walk mode offers a 47-degree range of motion for uphill efficiency
- Grilamid shell maintains stiffness without adding weight
- Shell and liner are easily thermo-moldable for a customized fit
- Carbon spine and Pebax cuff ensure stability and power transfer
- Rockered rubber sole offers reliable traction on icy boot packs
Best touring boots yet
These are easily the best touring boots Iâve owned. I previously had the zero g guide boots and use dobermans for inbounds use. These come very close to race boot performance but with all day hike ability. It does have a narrow last but I didnât mold the liner and have been quite comfortable since day one.
Walk Uphill with Ease
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Comfortable, lightweight, with a solid range of motion for walking uphill. Realizing this is a full-on touring boot, I realize its' 120 flex will not be nearly as stiff as a traditional 120 flex, but I was hoping for a slightly stiffer shell. The boot itself is also a bit short in stature, but it has skied well in-bounds and out. The ability to cook the shell and the liner creates an impeccable fit. This boot does feature a narrow last, though it will expand when heated up. However, if you have a wider foot, this is probably not the boot for you.
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