Most Recommended Ski Boots of 2020
This is a great intermediate flex boot for a skier who wants performance from their boot without sacrificing some comfort!! 4 buckle design for precise fit.
A heat-moldable liner makes these incredibly comfortable. Designed for average width feet. Four micro-adjustable buckles and a power strap to dial in fit. 80 flex is going to be a little bit stiffer so it will give you better power transfer and more performance on the ski hill.
This boot was designed to be light weight and forgiving. The shell construction is easy to take on and off. An adjustable cuff allow for a slightly customizable stance from forward to more neutral to reduce fatigue and keep you skiing all day long. The primaloft insulation in the liner will keep you warm and comfortable. Four buckles and a power strap help you dial in the fit. The 75 flex is great for intro and light weight skier.
A slightly higher end option. Designed for medium-wide feet. Zero heel lift, locked in feel, incredibly high performing boot with race heritage.
A comfort fit that feels like the boot is giving your foot a nice warm hug! Allows you to ski with more control with 4 low profile buckles and one super ratchet gives complete closure for maximum shielding from the elements. Never have to worry about damp socks again!
This is a fantastic uphill boot because it has a quick release tongue you can take out when you are walking to really get the most out of every step.
An excellent two-piece, four-buckle boot. 100 flex hits that sweet spot of performance and comfort. A heat-moldable liner gives you the option to customize your boot further to maximize performance and comfort. Primaloft in the liner will keep your feet warm and ready to go. A 102 boot last is good for average feet to slightly wider feet. Top it off with a 35mm power strap to dial in that snug performance fit to get every bit of the power down to the skis.
This just great for being a boot that will take you anywhere. They have a good flex where you will be in control and safer for when you're going moguls and steep runs where you need to be stable but they won't be too stiff for when you want to relax and enjoy the powder. And they will be a snug comfortable fit.
Fischer makes some really rad boots - their vacuum fit technology does wonders for any pressure points you have! Great fit, 99mm last, so slightly more performance based. These have a great range of motion, are pretty light, and will leave you feeling like you haven't really compromised performance in touring, or on the downhill!
99mm last for average/narrow feet! These are a workhorse of a boot - they'll perform great inbounds as alpine boots but are also lightweight and forgiving while you're hiking in the backcountry!