Tec Viva Phoenix 10'11/12

Regular Price: $399.99

Special Price $99.99

75% off

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Regular Price: $399.99

Special Price $99.99

75% off

Availability: In stock

Description

Tecnica Viva Phoenix 10 Women’s Ski Boots 2012

 The Tecnica Viva Phoenix 10 Women’s Ski Boots are specifically designed with the advanced women skier in mind. The Air Shell System found in this boot gives you a balance of performance, comfort, and warmth.

 The following Tecnica technology can be found in the boot:

 Tecnica’s 3 Density Technology places a softer shell material close to the foot for comfort and surrounds it with a firmer material that offers support and Power.

 Delta Force flex adjustment switch lets the flex be set at 90 or 80 allowing it to be supportive enough for advanced skiers but soft enough for athletic beginner.

Triple Position Cuff Catches easily adjust to fit varying leg shapes.

 Tongue Handle Pull Strap helps get in and out of the boot with ease.

 The Air Shel System has inflatable fit zones in the forefoot and the heel allowing for independent zone adjustment that gives you just the right fit. The zones also trap air next to the foot to providing better insulation and warmth

 Flared Scalloped Calf design fits various calf sizes.

 The Cuff Alignment can be shaped to your lower leg and provides the skier added comfort and maximum performance.

 Features

  • 80-90 Flex Rating
  • 98 - 102mm Forefoot Width
  • Viva Flared Scalloped Calf
  • Viva Calf Adapter Construction
  • Viva Velvet Fur Lining
  • Tongue Handle Pull Strap
  • Viva UltraFit Liner
  • Air Shell System
  • 3 Density Technology
  • Single Cuff Alignment
  • Delta Force System
  • 2012
  • Size 27.5

 These boots are new but may have some minor scuffs to the outer shells and soles from transport and storage. The original box is not included

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