Making something new out of something old, this is the challenge taken up by the Annecy-based brand, which is releasing its best-known boot in its new standard of bindings, the Prolink.
What are the characteristics of the Salomon RS Carbon Prolink cross country ski boot?
The big news is the appearance of the Prolink standard, a new sole equips this boot which is now compatible with Salomon Prolink bindings but also with NNN standard bindings. This sole, also equipped with a carbon plate, also has the advantage of providing exceptional gliding sensations and more direct support, thus increasing transmission. The chassis has been lightened compared to previous versions but still retains the same driving precision. An argument reinforced by the presence of the timeless Energyzer collar that perfectly maintains the ankle during lateral thrusts. The tightening is ensured by the detached Quicklace system which offers an optimal adjustment on all areas of the foot. Finally, the 3D mesh lace-up protects the foot from moisture and is closed with a cross zip. The wide fit makes it universal and the seamless construction prevents chafing.
Who is the Salomon RS Carbon Prolink cross-country ski boot for?
Regular skating skiers have been praising the comfort of this boot for many seasons and the fact that it is now available with the Prolink standard opens it up to new users. Wider than a pure racing boot, it offers a remarkable comfort for long outings. It is suitable for regular recreational skiers looking to combine comfort and performance.
What are the main qualities of the Salomon RS Carbon Prolink cross country ski?