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Salomon S/Pro HV 90 Ski Boots · Women's · 2021

Salomon S/Pro HV 90 Ski Boots · Women's · 2021

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Official manufacturer description

Developed with women’s morphology in mind, this boot combines all the performance and fit of an S/PRO boot with an anatomic last of 102 mm. The wider shell construction offers more room and helps you experience uncompromised performance and reactivity at every turn, and it's Gripwalk premounted for more safety grip & walking comfort.

Age Group
Model year
Skill level
Intermediate, Advanced
Flex index
Forefoot width (mm)
Walk/tour mode (Y/N)
Liner type
Ski boot type
Alpine downhill
Liner description
My Custom Fit 3D Seamless Performance Liner – Those pesky seams you feel on your little toes? They're gone in the pre-shaped and seamless S/Max and S/Pro liners, and you'll be happy they're a thing of the past. Improves comfort, precision and ensures a warmer fit.
Number of buckles
Shell materials & design
Polyurethane with Fiberglass Coreframe
Type of buckles
4 Micro-Adjustable Aluminum 3D Buckles – Choose from 3 different positions of the instep buckle for optimum in-step comfort, full customization and personalized foot hold.
Boot sole type
Alpine DIN (ISO 5355)
Black/Belluga/Golden Glaw
Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
What does IC mean for ski boots?
IC in Salomon boots stands for "Instant Comfort". The Instant Fit liner utilizes dual Sensifit™ inserts that delivers comfort immediately to better accommodate different feet sizes. The liner conforms to the foot when stepped in instantly.
Ethan Rudyk
by Ethan Rudyk on July 11, 2022
What's the difference between Salomon S Max and S Pro?
Salomon uses the terms S/Max, S/Pro and S/Pro HV to differentiate between the lasts (widths) on its narrow (low volume), medium (mid volume) and wide (high) volume boots. S/max boots are the narrowest, with a stated last of 98mm. S/Pro are the medium-width boots with a stated last of 100mm and S/Pro HV are the widest. (102mm). In short, S/Max boots are ideal for skiers with narrower feet, S/Pro boots are best-suited for skiers with medium width feet, and S/Pro HV are for skiers with wider feet.
Ski Expert Rob G.Snowboard Expert Ethan RudykSki Expert Chloe Weeks
by Rob G. on July 7, 2022 · view 2 other answers
What does HV mean on Salomon boots?
HV is short for "High Volume" on Salomon boots. Ski boots are sold in a range of "lasts" (widths) -- usually narrow (or Low Volume or LV) , medium (Medium Volume or MV) and wide (High Volume or HV). Some boot companies, including Salomon designate their wider, higher volume boots with the "HV."
Ski Expert Rob G.Snowboard Expert Ethan RudykSki Expert Chris Waterbury
by Rob G. on July 7, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Salomon S/Pro HV 90 Ski Boots · Women's · 2021
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Clara McClure
Clara McClure
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Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Women's specific boot designed with HV (high volume) feet in mind! This means that the boot is made wider in all the right places to allow for a more comfortable fit all around. 90 flex is stiff enough to allow you to have plenty of control on the mountain without being overwhelming. Heat moldable shell allows for further adjustment to increase comfort if needed.