Ski boots have to be firm and unyielding to protect your feet and allow you to maneuver appropriately for peak performance. However, they do tend to suffocate your feet and feel uncomfortable, especially when you’re not on the slopes. Swiss company DAHU created ski boots in 2013 that are rigid enough for the slopes, yet feel comfy on your soles. The snow sports company is entering the North American market later this year so we can enjoy their miracle ski boots too.
The lace-up liner boots are waterproof with rubber soles and feature PrimaLoft insulation, so you can walk around the snowy town or ski lodge in comfort. When it’s go-time, the Grilamid shell opens up wide so all you have to do is step in. The soles of the liner boots will lock into the grooves of the shell for superior stability, reducing weight and eradicating pressure points. DAHU plans to offer a variety of flex profiles from 90, 110, 120, and 130 this fall.
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