Salomon X Pro 90 W

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Salomon X Pro 90 W 2014

Availability: Out of stock

Regular Price: £290.00

Special Price £174.00

New 2014 stock pre-order available now!
Women's all mountain performance boots

New 2014 season stock available to pre-order now! Skis expected to arrive in store late September to mid October

Salomon says:
"All-mountain performance and all day comfort come together in the X-Pro 90 W, with women's specific fit and features, and the revolutionary 3D liner"

Tech spec:

  • 360 custom shell - Full custom shell for perfect wrapping, adaptation and comfort
  • 24mm oversized pivot - Because modern all mountain skis are wider, they require more torque to stay on the edge
  • Screw flex adjuster
  • Articulated sensifit Custom fit 3D performance
  • Women specific liner
  • Calve adjustment

Tech Spec

Brand Salomon
Ability Intermediate, Advanced
Foot shape Narrow
Where you like to ski All Mountain (mainly on piste)

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Posted by sue on Monday, 10 February 2014

Question:

I am a size 5 and fairly wide fitting should i buy a size 24 or 25?

Answers:

  • Posted by John Sturgess on Monday, 10 February 2014

    Hi Sue,

     

    Thanks for your enquiry about the ski boots  The 24.0 is theoretically the 5 with the 24.5 being both marginally wider and marginally longer in its standard format (the shell sizes are the same).  However, we would always recommend you have custom footbeds made which will both shorten and narrow your feet slightly.

    As regards overall fit, there really is no substitute for trying them on, you could find that although the 25.0 would be that little bit wider it could be too loose in most other ares of the foot and lower leg and as a result you would loose precision in your skiing.

    Hope this helps.

     

    John and Team

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