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Alpina TR 25 Cross Country Boots

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Specs

Type: Classic
System: NNN
Lacing: Speed Lace
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Alpina TR 25 Cross Country Boots

For a ski boot that fits and performs like a quality athletic shoe, it''s hard to beat the Alpina TR 25 Cross Country Boots. Not only are you dealing with a lot of style, but the TR 25 Cross Country boots offer the type of comfort usually not found in boots, period. This is all due to the soft-flex sole and the Thinsulate insulation, which means your feet will stay warm without becoming hot. The synthetic upper is also very durable while acting as a shield for the elements, keeping your feet nice and dry. This touring boot is NNN compatible and is a great pick up for those who desire quality.

Key Features of the Alpina TR 25 Cross Country Boots:
  • Water-resistant synthetic uppers, padded collars and tongue
  • Thinsulate insulation
  • Speed lacing system
  • NNN touring soles

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Good price and excellent value......
Tom H on Feb 9, 2014
Stylish designed
Nathaniel O on Nov 27, 2013
Previous experience with Alpina boots. Good boot for a recreational skier.
Steven C on Dec 24, 2013
What does the bottom of the boot look like? Trying to replace 20 yr old Alpina boots.
Mr. Swieter on Feb 10, 2014
Best Answer: From the clip in the front there are two grooves that run down the length of the boot even with the outside edges of the clip. The grooves disappear for about two or three inches over the arch but then resume over the heel. Then over the front portion (sole) and the heel grooves angle in from both sides and cross the two long grooves. Along the outside edges in the front each side has three dimpled surfaces. This same dimpling effect appears on the edges of the heel's surface.
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