The old S/Lab series makes room for a new range of boots called S/Race. They intend to make a difference with World Cup race boots worth a life savings. Featuring many techs borrowed to the S/Lab boots, the S/Race are going to make a lot of skiers happy.
What are the specifications of the Salomon S/Race Skate Pro Prolink cross country ski boots?
Stabilized by a carbon chassis that wraps the heel, you cannot make any lateral move even if you wanted to. This makes the boot more stable and provides more control to the skier. The cuff utilises the Energyzer system and a carbon reinforcement on the side. The neoprene liner is not the easiest liner to put on but it delivers an excellent hold once you’re in. To enhance control you get the Ratchet strap on the instep, designed to keep the foot in place. Inner closure is made with the Quicklace system which is probably the best quick lacing system available on the market. We picked this boot with the Prolink standard because it is compatible with other standards like NNN and Turnamic. Also, the thin sole offers a better contact with the ski and greater energy transmissions.
Who is the Salomon S/Race Skate Pro Prolink ski boot designed for?
The S/Race is the upper-range model, next is the S/Lab series designed for racers. This boot is on the edge meaning it’s suited for demanding skiers who practice regularly. The boot offers comfort and performance at a very good value for money. The Prolink system is compatible with Prolink, NNN and Turnamic bindings.
What are the main assets of the Salomon S/Race Skate Pro Prolink ski boot?
Compatibility: Prolink, NNN, Turnamic.
Value for money.