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Nordica Blower Ski Boots

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Type: Freeride, All Mountain
Flex Index: 115
Liner: Heat Moldable
Buckle Layout: 4 Buckle
Buckle Material: Metal
Last Width: 98
Walk Mode: No
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 Year

Description: Nordica Blower Ski Boots

The Nordica Blower Ski Boots are well-worth every cent of the purchase because of their steadfast build and remarkably comfortable and mobile fit. This tough boot comes equipped with 4 micro-aluminum buckles and 2 additional server lock buckles on the cuff in order to ensure that your foot stays comfortably inside of the boot itself without feeling loose or cramped. The shell and cuff both consist of soft polyether in order to reinforce both the consistency and comfortably of the boot.

Key Features of the Nordica Blower Ski Boots:
  • Sizes: 4-10 UK
  • Shell and cuff material: Tr. Polyether- SOFT
  • Liner: Performance Fit FSE
  • Footbed: Performance Fit Pro
  • Flex index: 115
  • Buckles: 4 Micro Alu 2 Servolock on cuff
  • Velcro strap: TWIN ENERGY DRIVER (by BOOSTER), 45 mm
  • Wedge: Full Shock Eraser
  • Front spoiler: Direct Driver
  • Rear spoiler: Quick Set Spoiler FSE
  • Heel height: 43mm
  • Base color: transparent red-transparent black


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This boot is badass and my boyfriend loves them :)
Lauren H on Dec 14, 2013
Hi guys. If I wear a size 9 in men's shoes, what size would I be in these ski boots? Any advice would be great. Thank you!
Lauren H on Dec 14, 2013
Best Answer: There exist a sizing chart link next to the size selection box on every Ski Boot page. Click on this to find your size. Unfortunately we are sold out of the Blower. Click on this link to check out all of our rad ski boots:
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