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Atomic Tracker 130 Ski Boots

Sale: $399.00
Retail: $799.00

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The Tracker 130 is Atomic's stiffest offering in the Tracker series. They are essentially the same boot as the Burner 130, with some tweaks. First off, the hike/tour mechanism on the Tracker makes alpine touring and hiking much easier, just flip the switch and you are ready to go. It has a 98mm last with a nice, snug fit and a stiff 130 flex that will allow you to charge turns down ANY terrain at ANY speed. They are still essentially alpine boots but are suitable for hard charging on the resort and the occasional tour out of bounds, a combination that seems to be getting very popular. Basically, we recommend these to expert aggressive skiers who want more range of motion when not clipped into their bindings (whatever that may be).
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Atomic 98 Last98mm last: Forefoot width of 98mm offers an expertly performing low-volume fit. Boots of this last width can run the gamut from very tight fitting to reasonably comfortable, but they will all fit much much tighter than a rental or intermediate boot.

130 Flex Rating: Higher than average stiffness means you should be skiing pretty fast to warrant a boot of this flex.

Live Fit Blow Out Zone: Sections of the boot on the outside of the boot made of hard rubber allow the foot to naturally expand during harsh landings, maximizing comfort and shock absorption.

Twin Micro Excenter canting: Maximum canting adjustment is achieved with the Twin canting system. Both the inside and outside of the ankle can be adjusted to correct for an uneven skiing platform caused by crooked legs.

Height adjustable spoiler: A quick adjustment via velcro raises the rear top of the boot to give more support on the back of the leg, or when lowered, gives a little more room and comfort for the skier.

Recco DeviceRecco reflector: The Recco reflector system is a location device built into the back of the boot. This allows ski patrol a much greater chance of finding you if you get stuck in the well of a tree or buried in an avalanche. Its not as good as wearing an avalanche beacon, but its the next best thing.

35mm strap: Wider than average strap at the top of the boot to help keep the boot together and to give good performance while skiing.

Ski Boot Tongue PullTongue Pull: A loop of fabric at the top of the tongue helps in putting on and removing the boots. Pull it forward and to the side and your foot should slide right in.

Replaceable Toe and Heel Pads: This is a must-have for skiers that don't live in ski in/ski out condos. When your ski tech tells you that you have to buy new boots because the soles are worn down too much, just laugh at him and tell him to order you a new set of sole plates.

Double Velcro Powerstrap: This a powerstrap on steroids. Using a simple pulley, the double power strap can tightened significantly more than a regular shin strap, which effectively acts as an extra buckle, keeping your upper shin and calf locked right where they're supposed to be.

Micro-Adjustable Carabiner Buckles: These buckles are extra strong and curved so you won't break them regardless of what kind of force you're putting on 'em. And the micro-adjustability means you get an easy lockdown every time.

Skywalk Rubber Soles: The soles on the bottom of the boot are made of a hard rubber material, preventing wear and improving grip while walking in the parking lot or boot packing/hiking to your turns.

Alpine Touring Ready: These boots are equipped with a Hike/Ski switch on the back of the boot. Whether you need to bootpack (hiking up with your skis over your shoulder) or using skins and touring bindings (the bindings are designed to lift up at the heel, while using skins on the bases of your skis to provide traction while going uphill) these boots will provide much more range of motion in your legs, resulting in less pain and faster ascents!

Atomic ASY Elite T3 Liner: This is Atomic's highest end liner offered only in 130 flex boots. For starters, this is a lace-up liner to make it as tight as possible around the leg with added padding around the shin and upper calf. It is made from a moldable high-density foam that will form your foot and leg for increased performance and comfort. This is one of the best stock liners available.

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