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Nordica Cruise 60 Ski Boots 2015

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  • All Mountain
Flex Index:
  • 60
  • Sewn
Buckle Layout:
  • 4 Buckle
Buckle Material: Composite
Last Width:
  • 104
Walk Mode: No
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Nordica Cruise 60 Ski Boots

Get into the drift of things when you suit up in your new Nordica Cruise 60 Ski Boots! The Cruise 60s are sturdy, comfortable, and durable. These boots have a clear visual appeal that''s hard to miss. The boots come with a sewn liner for comfort and an easy to use four buckle layout. Let the rest of the day be a “cruise” as your coast by on your stylish kicks. Don’t limit your statement pieces to your regular life at home—bring your sense of style with you to the slopes with the Cruise 60s.

Key Features of the Nordica Cruise 60 Ski Boots:
  • LAST 104 MM
  • SIZE RANGE 24.0-31.0 MP

Cruise 60

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Bruce S on Jan 11, 2014
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Todd L on Nov 29, 2013
What does Flex Index and Last Width mean??????
A shopper on Dec 23, 2013
Best Answer: Flex width is how stiff or flexible a boot os. 120-130 is a incredible stiff boot, built for the expert looking for race precision. 100-120, advanced to expert boot the is powerful and precise. 80-100 is an Intermediate boot. 80 and below is a soft flex and built for a beginner, very comfortable.

Last Width is the measurement across the balls of your feet, the widest part of your foot. 97mm is very tight, built for a low volume foot - 105mm very comfortable, built for a wide, or high volume foot.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 23, 2013
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do i need to replace my bindins when replacing my boots ?
mike p on Dec 17, 2013
Best Answer: That's a very good question. Sometimes, it depends on the bindings and boots. If you are using DEMO or adjustable bindings you'll be just fine. If the boots you purchase have a drastically different Boot Sole Length than your bindings may have to be remounted on your skis. Though, you can micro-adjust to fit if not too drastic a difference.

Typically you will not need to replace your bindings. I need some more info to say for sure.

All adjustments to bindings should be done by a certified professional.
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