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Salomon SPK 100 Ski Boots


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Description: Salomon SPK 100 Ski Boots

The Salomon SPK 100 Ski Boots are perfect for any serious skier that needs a good pair of high quality boots. These Salomons feature a quick-lace design, along with two metal buckles for extra security, making them a snap to get in and out of quickly. The warm inner lining helps retain heat while maximizing comfort, and the flexible base allows greater precision control of your skis. These boots also have a hard, weatherproof exterior thanks to the injected shell construction. To top it all off, the Salomon SPK ski boots are covered under a one year limited warranty in the case of any defects.

Key Features of the Salomon SPK 100 Ski Boots:
  • Advanced Shell Technology
  • 2 densities heel cushioning system
  • SCS (Salomon Cushioning System)
  • Absorbing footboard
  • My Custom Fit Pro
  • Quicklace
  • Flex: 100
  • Last: 104
  • Strap: 55

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colton c on Dec 20, 2014
cause the house is where its at.
colton c on Dec 20, 2014
My son wants these
Victoria J on Dec 11, 2013
My son wants these
Victoria J on Dec 11, 2013
I am an advanced skier, but have not bought boots in a few years. I ski the moguls a little, but mostly cruse. What would be a good flex level for someone like me?
Paul H on Sep 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I think it also depends on your height and weight, along with ability level and terrain preference. For example I am 6'6" and 215 lbs, also advanced and like to ski all over the mountain. I only ski boots in the 120-130 flex range because I don't want the boot to collapse on me when I really lean on it. My son who is 5'7" and 150 lbs skis the same terrain but uses a boot with a 90-100 flex. The boot needs to be able to handle the leverage you will apply to it without folding like a wet noodle. In my experience comfort has little to do with the flex rating but everything to do with how the shell and liner fit your foot.


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