Kids' Ski Boots
Roces Idea Up Adjustable Kids Ski Boots 19.0-22.0 2023
Roces Idea Up Adjustable Kids Ski Boots 16-18.5 2023
Atomic HAWX JR R4 Ski Boots 2021
K2 Mindbender Team Jr Ski Boots 2022
Roxa Bliss 1 Gripwalk Ski Boots 2023
Dalbello DRS 50 Junior Ski Boots 2020
Roxa Lazer 4 Gripwalk Ski Boots 2023
Fischer RC4 60 Junior Ski Boots 2023
Dalbello Green Menace 2.0 Gw Jr Ski Boots Kid's 2023
Fischer One Kid's Ski Boots 2023
Fischer Ranger 60 Junior Thermoshape Ski Boots 2019
Roxa Lazer 1 Gripwalk Ski Boots 2023
Roxa Lazer 2 Gripwalk Ski Boots 2023
Roxa Bliss 4 Gripwalk Ski Boots 2023
Atomic Hawx J4 Junior Ski Boots
Fischer Two Kid's Ski Boots 2023
Roxa Bliss 2 Gripwalk Ski Boots 2023
Nordica Speedmachine J 1 Kid's Ski Boots 2022
Dalbello Cx 1.0 Jr Ski Boots Kid's 2023
Full Tilt Growth Spurt Kid's Ski Boots 2021
About at L9
Kids’ Salomon, Dalbello & Other Top Ski Boot Brands at L9
Ski Boots are widely considered the most important piece of equipment for any skier. This is because boots are the piece that directly connects to your body, where all the power comes from. There are a number of things to consider when purchasing ski boots, including the size, last and flex rating of the boot. As with all ski equipment, you must also consider what kind of skiing you are planning to do with your boots.
Ski boots are sized using Mondo sizing. Do not get confused when you see sizes like 27.5. These sizes roughly correspond to US shoe sizes, for example, a 27.5 men’s ski boot is similar to a size 9.5, a 26.5 is similar to a size 8.5, 25.5 is similar to a 7.5 and so on.
Ski Boot Last (Width)
The last (or forefoot width) of a ski boot gives you an idea of how much volume or room you will have in your boot. Remember, you want your boot to be tight, but not painful. Last is measured in mm, and is usually between 95mm and 105mm for adult boots, with most boots falling between 98 and 102mm. Narrow feet usually find a good fit in lasts less than 100mm, while wider feet need more space.
Ski Boot Flex Rating
The flex rating of a ski boot is measured using a number between 60 and 150 for most ski boot brands. The higher the number, the stiffer and more power it will take to flex the boot forward. Unfortunately, these numbers are not exact from brand to brand, but it is a good place to start when thinking about flex.
Like skis, most ski boots are made for a specific kind of skiing. If you aren’t sure, read the description of the boot and it will usually help you determine what that boot is made for. Remember, if you aren’t sure of any of this info, or what you need, you can always talk to the staff at L9 through our chat or email options.
Reference L9's ski boot size chart before purchasing.