Canting function on both sides, each with two settings. Enables medial and lateral adjustment to the lower leg axis. Height adjustable up to 4mm with special key provided.
World Cup Carbon Cuff
Perfect side stability and outstanding freedom of movement longitudinally. Shaped specially for the foot, light as a feather and embedded in soft EVA.
Fischer Speed Lock
New, revolutionary quick lock with minimum size and weight. Simply pull the laces tight â€“ that's it! The system is safe and reliable.
Additional outer fastener where the instep is (either with Velcro or ratchet strap). Makes the foot even more secure and enables better power transfer.
Easy Entry Loops
Practical entry loops and wide-opening designs guarantee that boots can be put on/taken off comfortably.
Fischer Fresh puts an end to unpleasant odours, giving you lasting freshness inside the cross country skiing boot with a pleasant smell and feeling inside.
Fastening element for cuffs and instep straps, easy to handle and adjust.
Ratchet Lock Buckle
Fastening element for cuffs and instep straps featuring fine ratchet adjustment and stretch-free power transfer.
Top racing sole for more direct power transfer through neutral foot position. Extremely light with optimised flex and torsional stiffness. Hardnesses for skating and classic.
Race Fit Concept
The right fit for all requirements. Whether it˜s shaped for the female foot with the comfort or race version, customised for the feet of young skiers, meeting the comfort requirements of all-rounders or for direct power transfer in racing: the Boot Fit Concept with special lasts is the answer to all the different needs and morphologies of the various consumer groups.
From the trainer and the coaches to the engineers at Fischer who make every effort to develop the perfect set-up. With technologies that are tuned to each other in the ski, boot, binding and pole. Because victory is a question of perfect details. Now featuring the new RACE CODE label of quality, guaranteeing the technological lead for professionals and other ambitious skiers, direct from Fischer's racing department.