In the Nordic world, the name Carbonlite is synonymous with excellence. Revisited last season with the Turnamic sole block, it seduced by its proximity to the ski. The sensations it provides in classic skiing are extraordinary in terms of the feel of the snow and the finesse of the support. It is a reference for skiers looking for a high-performance boot with a very attractive price tag.
What are the characteristics of the Fischer Carbonlite Classic cross-country ski boot?
More accessible technically and financially than the Speedmax model, this Carbonlite has many arguments to make. The first, which is of paramount importance is the remodelling of the chassis in the heel. It is intended to stabilise the foot laterally, but it is less restrictive in the heel than the old version and avoids the pain or blisters of the first few outings. The Turnamic sole, which has been fitted since last season, ensures high quality support transfers. Thin and supple, this sole provides a natural rolling of the foot for efficient strides. This frontal flexibility does not interfere with the lateral rigidity with a midfoot block worked in such a way as to preserve an optimal quality of guidance out of tracks. As for the fit of the liner, there is no need to change a concept that works, the easy entry loops allow for easy donning while the Speed Lock quick lacing system adjusts the fit evenly around the foot. The lacing system is equipped with the water-repellent and breathable Triple F membrane and is closed with a heat-sealed central zip. The Carbonlite Classic has a soft front and excellent lateral rigidity, and provides all the essential elements for a good boot, precise guidance in technical sections and an optimal foot roll that favours propulsion phases.
Who is the Fischer Carbonlite Classic cross country ski boot for?
It is the safest reference for long distance skiers or good classic skiers looking for a product that is technically accessible but also well priced. Its thin footbed is ideal for maintaining maximum precision on lateral support when changing tracks. It is a great model for long outings because it remains very comfortable for a high-end boot.
What are the main qualities of the Fischer Carbonlite Classic cross country ski boot?
- Roll of the foot
- Off-track guidance