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Lange Comp Ski Boots

Lange Comp Ski Boots
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Description: Lange Comp Ski Boots

For a solid season of skiing the big stuff, grab your Lange Comp Ski Boots for men and hit the slopes hard. Created with the expert skier in mind, these boots will keep up with all of your needs, whether you are carving the steeps or maneuvering the back side trees. The custom fit liner promises comfort, while the short flex range helps you power through every turn aggressively and in control. Feel more energy with each turn you make, and enjoy the Neoprene toe box for added comfort and stability. Ski hard and optimize your performance with the Comp Boots and love winter even more.

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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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.
October 24, 2011

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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