The Strider 120 from Nordica 2019 lineup is a powerful free touring ski boot designed for charging the slopes with power and precision. 46Â° cuff travel.
This is a brand new free-touring boot released in Nordica's 2019 lineup. Inspired from the notorious Speedmachine, the Strider 120 features all the most advanced techs developed by the manufacturer. This includes a Tri Fit shell construction, fully customisable, new ultra light buckles and an innovative ski/walk system offering a symmetrical 23° cuff travel forward and backward coming to a 46° travel in total. You'll need to look under the boot for the bonus feature. The Gripwalk outsole, developed by the tyre manufacturer Michelin, delivers probably the best traction you've ever experienced on a boot.
What can the Strider 120 Dyn Vert Orange Noir ski boot do?
Precision and performance overcome lightweight on this boot. If the Strider is light, it's not the lightest boot ever and focuses on skiability more than on climbing performance. Its stiff shell and tight 100mm fit bring response and precision to their best. The powerful 120 flex allows skiers to charge as hard as they can and get the support they need on the most complex terrains. Of course you can still skin up the hill, the cuff mobility makes the walk motion pretty natural. You won't do day-long tours but you can definitely make short approaches to look for the untouched.
Who is the Strider 120 Dyn Vert Orange Noir ski boot designed for?
This boot is suitable for freetour skiers with an expert level. This performance-driven boot is ultra powerful and precise on the downhill.
What are the best assets of the Strider 120 Dyn Vert Orange Noir free tour boot?