Salomon Pro Combi SC Prolink Boot

Salomon Pro Combi SC Prolink Boot

Code: 40943

$259.95 $220.96 NEW


Product Description

Salomon’s Pro Combi SC are the ideal Nordic boots for up-and-coming multi-discipline racers. Their progressive lateral support, ankle freedom and flexible sole make them perfect for both skating and classic. The boot is 100% PVC free construction.
  • ENVELOPMENT: Sensifit  Providing extremely precise and comfortable foothold to feet ranging from narrow to wide.
  • LACING: Quicklace  Salomon's well-known one-pull lacing system for precise and snug fit; kevlar laces that go through polygliding hooks.
  • CHASSIS  Flex Combi SC   3D Skate  Injected plastic chassis, allows heel support and good torsional rigidity to optimize power transfer.
  • CUFF: Racing Skate  Built to offer more lateral support and transmission, this cuff offers direct connection to the chassis.
  • INSOLE: Hyper Soft   Extra comfort layer.
  • LAST: 102 Performance Fit   Medium volume for maximum foothold, high comfort and precise fit.
  • LINING: Thinsulate™ R 78%   This highly isolating lining is made with at least 78% recycled materials, so your feet can enjoy great protection.
  • OUTSOLE: PROLINK Racing skate  This racing outsole with low profile offers abrasion resistance and rigidity, maximizes power transfer, and delivers exceptional snow feeling and torsional rigidity for skating.
  • FIT: Double Step-in Strap  Conveniently placed on the top of the tongue and cuff, these two small straps make it easier to open the boot and step in.
  • FIT: Custom Fit  Combination of comfort foam, thermo-moldable foam and lycra provide ultimate fit and comfort to every foot's morphology.
  • CLIMATE MANAGEMENT: Waterproof Zipper  Designed to better protect your feet from snow and water, this waterproof zipper covers the laces and ensures your feet stay dry longer.
  • CLIMATE MANAGEMENT: ClimaSalomon WP Membrane  Salomon’s highly waterproof ClimaSalomon™ WP Membrane tests at 100.000 mm on the Schmerber scale, where more than 30.000 mm is already considered suitable for extreme conditions.

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