Fischer Hybrid Vacuum 10 Ski Boots

Model 35524 / SKU
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  • Description
  • Vacuum Fit Not Required:This boot sports Fischer's Vacuum Fit Technology and there is the option of going through the molding process at a local Fischer dealer for a fee or we can mold the boots for $24 if you come to our SLC store. However, the boots can be skied right out of the box without hindering any performance or fit. Of course, the Vacuum fit is great, but if you slip the boot on and it feels good, then go ski it!

    100 Flex Rating:This boot is pretty stiff, but not insanely stiff. A boot of this level is pretty good for upper-intermediate to expert level weekend warrior that is looking for something stiff enough to provide high-end response, while being wearable for an entire day of skiing.

    Fischer Vacuum Fit System:This proprietary heat molding system from Fischer allows skiers to get a 100% guaranteed fit by molding the shell and liner in just 20 minutes at a certified Fischer Dealer. The process uses heat, cooling pads, air pressure and a special Vacuum Fit Stand that ensures a precise fit for the entire boot.

    98-108mm Last:Right out of the box, this boot has a 103mm last which offers a comfortable, high volume fit out of the box. Through the Vacuum Fit Process, the shell can mold between 98-108mm depending on your foot width. This mold-ability opens this boot up a much wider range of foot widths than ever before.

    Seamless Slider:Smooth material on the inside back of the liner to help the foot slide in and out of the boot with less effort.

    Tongue 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.

    Full Thermo Fit Liner:Body heat activates the material in this liner to shape to the skier's foot faster than a standard liner. The insulation also has heat reflective properties to keep the warm in, and the cold out.

    Micro-adjustable aluminum buckles:These aluminum buckles can be moved to adjust for size, so if the default position of the buckle and the teeth is too wide or too narrow, you can move it until it fits.

    Full Grip System: Textured toe and heel pads, as well as a rubberized piece under the boot that grips slippery stairs and uneven walkways.

    Adjustable rear spoiler: With the turn of an allen key, the height at the top rear of the boot can be adjusted. If you are taller than average for your boot size, or if you just want the extra support at the back of the leg, you can adjust the spoiler up about 1cm from standard. This will also pitch you forward slightly into a more aggressive stance.

    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.

    Hotronic Prepared:The liner is prepared to accept a Hotronic boot heating system. Just thread the heat cable through the liner and attach the battery pack. Hotronic not included, of course.

    45mm Strap:Super wide strap found on high performance boots. The extra width spreads out the force while skiing and reduces the pressure point on the upper shin.

    SOMA-Tec:The positioning of the feet in a SOMA boot is in a natural 'V' shape, with the toes pointed slightly outward, and the heels slightly inward. This positioning puts the skier's center of gravity over the middle of the ski for better control and edging power. This design also creates less stress on the knee and ankle joints.

    Hike/Ride Lock:A two lever switch located on the rear of the boot enables the skier to switch between three modes Hike, Ride and Lock. Hike offers maximum freedom of motion in the cuff for easy walking. "Ride" is the in between while "Lock" is downhill race performance.

    On/Off Piste Mode:The boot can be adapted according to the respective snow conditions. Removed spoiler for more forward lean and hard piste conditions (On Piste Mode). Lowered spoiler for less forward lean for deep snow and soft piste conditions.

    Full Custom Thermo Toebox:The elastic toebox in special neoprene and lycra offers better warmth insulation and ideal fitting for the individual forefoot width.

  • Specs
  • Bindings Boot Compatible:
    Ski Boot Flex Range:
    _Primary Category:
    Ski/Boots/Alpine Boots
    Model Year:
    Ski Boot Forefoot Width Range:
    Wide (103mm+)
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  • Reviews
  • Overall rating
    4/5 3 reviews
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    • 5.0 5
      Very good deal in the spring

      I bought these boots at the very end of the season to replace my Dalbello 75 boots which begun flexing to the point that made carving turn almost impossible. Right out of the box boots were not very comfortable with pressure points at ankles. I put new footbed in liner which gave some improvement and have done a thermal fitting as it is recommended online using long sock filled with dry rice (sock with rice is heated in microwave oven, stuffed tight inside the liner for 10 minutes, then leg is inserted and buckled for another 10 minutes). After that I went to Stevens Pass resort in WA and had skiing for good five hours without any discomfort and with much better control over ski edging. Too bad that season is over. I have a great expectations for the next season.

      - Vlad, Apr 4th 2017

    • 4.0 4
      Great Buy!

      I have not had these boots on the slopes yet since I bought them on a Labor Day deal bomb, so like another reviewer it'd be tough to give them 5 stars not fully tested.

      Fantastic price for all the features especially with the Deal Bomb LevelNine offered! Right out of the box they seem to fit great, snug but yet comfortable. I wore them around the house for awhile (with my wife wondering "why are you still wearing those?") and I'm confident they'll perform just fine on the slopes.The ski/walk mode is going to be a bonus even for just walking across the parking lot and around the lodge.

      - Bill, Sep 19th 2016

    • 2.0 2
      No pain, but little else to recommend them.

      I have bunions and other unusual bumps on my feet. I had these vacuum fitted and had custom footbed inserts made. Unlike my last pair of boots (Lange X9's), which took 5 years of pushing out the shell before they stopped being very painful, these don't hurt. Unfortunately, they don't ski very well. I am not sure if it is the soft flex (the Lange boots were also soft, but they did not have flex ratings in 1997 ) or too little canting, but I have spent 10 days on them and I literally have not skied this badly for 30 years. I have trouble holding an edge even on fairly soft snow. I am skidding my way down the mountain. To improve control I clamp down the buckles to the point that my feet freeze even when I open the buckles while on the lift. Also, the inner boot is breaking down. When I first bought the Lange boots 17 years ago I tried them with just liner socks, anticipating that the inner boot would compress and I could adjust for that with thicker socks. !7 years later I could still not fir in a thicker sock. After 10 days on these Fischer boots, I am wearing 2 pairs of liner socks.
      I intend to break out the old boots for my next trip, to be sure it's not age catching up with me. Some of the plastic on the old ones is falling apart, or I would have not tried to replace them.

      - LarsI, Dec 29th 2015

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