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Salomon S Max 100 GW Mens

£255.00 £360.00

If you ski on-piste and at a high level, you should consider a range of boots that a have a fllex rating between 90 and 130, these boots will give you more control due to a narrower fit and a high cuff which is inclined towards your toes.

  • Men's On-Piste Ski Boots
    Designed with Salomon's Fast Collective, this GripWalk premounted boot revolutionizes how boots are built.
    Its Coreframe construction uses a thinner shell, making it lighter, more agile, and more sensitive, while the new Custom Shell HD makes the fit of the preshaped seamless liner customizable in under ten minutes.
    Season: 21/22
    Terrain: On-Piste
    Colour: Black / Red / White (pantone Bright White)
    Weight: 1780g, 1 boot size 26x
    Alpine Boot Last: 98/104, narrow with possible extra width customisation
    Flex: 100, Salomon stiffness rating 4/6
    Shell: Custom Shell HD, PU
    Cuff  PU
    Strap180° 35mm
    Liner: My Custom Fit 3D Seamless Performance, pre-shaped and seamless liner improves comfort
    Main Details
    The Carbon Coreframe reinforced construction with Sensitive Shell offers improved power transmission, while the Gripwalk premounted pads ensure safety grip and walking comfort.
    The preshaped seamless liner improves comfort, while the Custom Shell HD enables a completely customized fit in just 10 minutes.
    A super lightweight construction provides a natural snow feel while the Sense amplifier and 2-position strap offer ultimate rebound and adjustability for optimal performance
    Grip Walk
    Increased walking comfort and improved natural roll thanks to a curved rubber sole
    Sense Amplifier Cuff , a cuff design that promotes quicker rebound and better snow feel.
    Coreframe, that runs under the midfoot from maleolus to maleolus, that stiffens the shell where you drive the ski, delivers both improved terrain feedback and power transmission to the edges
    Polyurethane + fiberglass coreframe + Custom Shell HD, a material with consistent density that ensures perfect wrapping, progressivity and good power transmission.
    4 Micro-Adjusting Aluminum 3D Buckles
    The Flex Adjuster allows you to boost or smooth your flex.
    24mm riveted Oversized Pivot, ensures perfect power transmission between cuff and shell.
    Salomon Size Guide :
    Mondo UK    Foot Length mm    Boot Sole Length mm      Last Width mm    
      26.0 - 26.5       7.5 - 8.0     260 - 269 304 98 (+up to 104)
    27.0 - 27.5 8.5 - 9.0 270 - 279 314 98 (+up to 104)
    28.0 - 28.5  9.5 - 10.0  280 - 289 324 98 (+up to104)
    29.0 - 29.5 11.0 - 11.5 290 - 299 334 98 (+up to 104)
    30.0 - 30.5 12.0 - 12.5 300 - 309 344 98 (+up to 104)
    Have your ski boots fitted by a trained BAC Ski Boot Fitter!
    Ski boot sizing uses mondo sizing which is measured in centimeters and corresponds exactly to the longest part of your foot. 
    Unlike normal shoes, ski boots need to fit the skier's foot exactly.  
    Salomon website - "It is estimated that 75% of skiers choose boots that are two sizes too big" 
    The width of a ski boot is referred to as the 'LAST' (measured across the ball of your foot) which is also the widest part of your foot
    You should choose your ski boot width/last by taking into account the level of precision you need when skiing:
    Choose a boot that is the right width for you, is comfortable and also gives you control of your skis. 
    If precision is important to you, choose narrower ski boots. 
    Ski boots that are too wide won't support your foot and controlling your skis will be more difficult.
    Flex, the flex rating of a ski boot indicates its rigidity and responsiveness. 
    Another important factor to consider when choosing your ski boots is the flex or rigidity of your boot. 
    Flex index is measured on a scale of 60 to 150.  The choice of flex in a ski boot is linked to the skier’s ability and body shape.
    The higher the skier’s level, the more rigid the boot should be to allow for more efficient power transmission from the legs to the skis.
    Skiers of a bigger build will also need a stiffer flex.
    Flex index isn't an official standard, so differences in rigidity are found between different brands.
    You can adjust the rigidity of your ski boots by loosening the top strap if you want them to be more flexible.
    The flex of a ski boot can vary under different conditions :
    • Temperature : the plastics used to make ski boots are sensitive to temperature variations and become stiffer when cold.
    • So be careful when trying them on in the store where the boots are generally softer than they will be on the slopes.
    • Buckle tightness, especially those on the cuff and the strap, influence the rigidity of the boot.
    • Age of the boot : as plastics get older, they get softer which affects the flex of the boot.
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    Orders over £30 will be sent Tracked & Signed For.

    Please note that a different delivery method, e.g Courier, may be used depending on the size/weight of your order and if so we will try to inform you before dispatch.

    Next Day UK Delivery  £8.00
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    We do not deliver to countries not in the United Kingdom

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    If you're returning an item because it's unwanted or you need to exchange it, we ask that you pay for the cost of return carriage. Exchanges for non-sale items will be sent free of charge. Standard delivery charges will apply to sale-item / special offer exchanges.
    All unwanted items must be new and unused, and with original labels attached, along with all receipts / proof of purchase. Please ensure the item(s) are packaged securely and suitably for transit

    Return to: 
    After Sales,
    BAC Outdoor Leisure Ltd
    Central Hall,  Coronation Street, Elland, West Yorkshire, HX5 0DF 
    When you're arranging to return an item, we strongly recommend that you use a recorded / insured delivery service as we regret that we cannot be held responsible for goods lost in transit. If return conditions are met we will issue a refund within a maximum of 3 working days of the goods being returned to us
    For Health & Safety reasons we are unable to accept returns of climbing hardware, helmets or baselayer / underwear.