Hottest Ski Boots for 2018

This video shows off the best ski boots coming to the 2018 season. The Ski Club headed back to the Slide trade show to check out all the latest developments from the top brands. It’s always important to do as much research as possible before you buy the best ski boots for you.

It seems that ski boots are again getting lighter, and lots of companies pushing into the touring market.

All the gear info you need is right here

0:20 Hawx Ultra – XTD boot. An adaptation of previous boots reengineered for touring and freeride. New liner, custom shell all round adaptable boot.

1:29 Full Tilt First Chair 10. Perfect for freeride all mountain skiers. arguably the most comfortable ski boots on the market thanks to the wrap intuition liner.

2:00 Lange RX. Dule core-shell giving you maximum flex and comfort in the parts you want it, and a responsive hard shell everywhere else. The new liner offers great heel hold and comfort allowing your toes to feel a bit more free on the hill.

3:03 Dalbello Lupo. A boot with one on the widest range of movement on the market when in walk mode. A nylon based plastic reduces weight and retains comfort and hold. Potentially a great boot for not only touring but for all mountain skiing as well.

4:16 Fischer RC4 CURVE. New shell with a range of flex depending on what you’re after. Can be moulded to your foot so perfect for a performance skier.

4:55 Rossignol Track. Brand new boot from Ross. Made for the touring market offering a huge range of movement. Alongside a super lightweight construction.

5:52 Scarpa RS-2. A really stiff but lightweight boot, offering a nice range of flex in the liner for touring. Spring loaded hike mechanism and top quality build all round.

7:04 Scott s1 Carbon. A brand new walk mode to hit the consumer market. Alongside a new sole construction offering super simple replacement and repairs free of charge.

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