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Lange Comp Ski Boots

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  • Freeride
  • All Mountain
Flex Index:
  • 110
  • Heat Moldable
Buckle Layout:
  • 4 Buckle
Buckle Material: Metal
Last Width:
  • 97
Walk Mode: No
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Lange Comp Ski Boots

The Lange Comp Ski Boots are slick ski boots. They look amazing and will feel amazing on your feet. Anyone who get these will be the envy of the slopes during that day. They look so nice that anyone who first looks at these will be in awe. These boots aren't only known for their looks, they are great performance skis and will allow any skier to put more power into their runs on the slopes. These ski boots are sold at an amazing price and should be bought by those who have had experience skiing and are looking to upgrade.

Key Features of the Lange Comp Ski Boots:
  • Color: Black
  • Flex: 110
  • Last: 97mm
  • Shell: RL 12
  • Size: Half Size Only 22.5-30.5
  • 4 Micro WC
  • 1 EZ Open Buckles
  • 40mm Power Strap
  • Custom Fit Liner
  • Polyurethane Material
  • Racing Tongue
  • Rigid Boot Board
  • Slalom Sensor Sole
  • T-nut Catch


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  • "Lange Comp"

    , new providence, NJ
    Pros: Comfortable, Cons: Hard to put on,

    I used the Lange Comp last season. My shoe size is 10 and I used a 27.5 Comp. The fit was secure but comfortable This boot is the softest in this line but I found it to be plenty stiff. It is hard to get into but not as bad coming off. It skis well and could be used all mountain but the design has it engaging quickly without a deep flex so It is a better boot for short turns on groomed firm snow. I do not ski in the park often but I do not feel this boot would be happy there.

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I skiid on lange comps yrs ago, yes hard to get on, big deal. I like responsive boots but dont NEED them anymore, will be skiing mostly groomed mm. Used to race and needed these to pull out of a tuck and have immediate control, but now will be just recreational skiing. I also now have a steel screw inleft inside ankly pretty sure i can accomodate/modify if need to but hoping not to. Also how is the warmth?
stuart on Mar 4, 2014
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