4 buckles, 6 positions on the collar (shin), and 4 positions on the shell.
Easy to use
The tongue strap makes it easier to insert the instep when putting them on.
Flex 50 for good transmission and rapid progress.
A word from the product manager
This 4-hook boot offers high-level precision and transmission to help your child move up a level. When it comes to making progress, the boot is often more important than the ski, because it is through the boot that you control the ski. Their natural angle helps your child to find the right pressure on the tongue of the boots for precise control of the skis.
With its 4 buckles, this children's boot is both precise and easy to adjust. 4 positions on the instep and 6 positions on the shin.
What is flex?
To provide an indication of rigidity, brands assign a flex rating to every boot. This number determines the rigidity of the whole boot: the higher the number, the stiffer the shell. A flex of 50 is considered ideal for helping children to improve.
How do you try on ski boots?
Once your foot is in the boot, fasten the buckles up to the midpoint. If you can fasten any more, it means the boot is the wrong size. Once you've fastened the boot, ask the child to flex 3 times while pushing their calves forward, which will push the heel back into the boot. When standing upright, the foot should just touch the tip of the shell. When flexing, the foot should move backwards and no longer touch the tip.
Tip for putting boots on.
To put boots on more easily, pull the tongue towards the exterior (not straight in front of you), so you open the shells as much as possible, making it easier to insert your foot.