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Salomon Idol 8 Ski Boots - Womens

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Specs

Type: All Mountain
Flex Index: 80
Liner: Heat Moldable
Buckle Layout: 4 Buckle
Buckle Material: Metal
Last Width: 98
Walk Mode: No
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 Year

Description: Salomon Idol 8 Ski Boots - Womens

Snowboarding enthusiasts need an innovative boot that combines both durability and comfort into a stylish design that offers a variety of useful features. Luckily, the Salomon Idol 8 Ski Boots for women fit that description, with a customized shell that allows for precise on-snow transmission and perfect comfort. The boot also features custom shell technologies, faux fur, and a women's liner and heel wedge. With an anatomical shell with extra light plastic, a proper fit can be obtained. Whether racing, or skiing the bowls off summit, ski hard this winter and ride in the Idol 8 and you will never be let down.

Key Features of The Salomon Idol 8 Women's Ski Boots:
  • Instantly customizable shell for more precise on-snow transmission†and perfect comfort
  • Anatomical shell with extra light plastic for precise fit and transmission with an adjustable cuff
  • Sporty liner with thermoformable foam on ankle and tongue for precision and comfort
  • Custom Shell Technologies
  • Faux Fur
  • Women Liner
  • Women Heel Wedge
  • Women Calves Adjustment
  • Single Canting
  • My Custom Fit Sport

Idol 8


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does this boot accomadate a high arch, wide forefoot, and narrow to med heel? do I need my own orthotics?
A shopper on Oct 19, 2014
Best Answer: The Salomon Idol 8 Women's Ski Boot has a last width of 98 which is not super wide, but with the heat mold-able liner it can custom form to the contour of your foot. I always recommend you try the boot on in person to make sure they fit they way they should.
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