Fischer RC4 the Curv One 110 Vacuum Walk Ski Boots · 2022
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For those skiers who want reliable yet forgiving performance out of a boot while still enjoying a customizable fit, the RC4 the Curv One 110 delivers. The 110 flex is supported by a robust 4-buckle design that provides pressure in all the right places. Match that with the Vacuum fitting shell and thermoformable 3D pre-shaped liner to create the ultimate balance between performance and comfort.
- Binding Compatibility – Compatible with GripWalk, MNC, and WTR bindings, these boots are made to be used in a resort-oriented setup. Although, the boots are not compatible with traditional Alpine DIN bindings.
- Moldable Liners and Shell – The thermoformable shell and liners provide a precision fit for increased control and performance out of the boot.
- Classic Boot Design – The classic 2-piece, the 4-buckle design fits well for most riders and offers secure buckle retention in all the right places.
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Called the Vacuum Walk for a reason, these can be customized by a local ski shop to fit your feet EXACTLY, which is very cool. They have a 101mm forefoot width, so these are designed for pretty medium-width feet. At a 110 flex, these will be a touch stiffer/more aggressive than others. If you are confident that you have good form and control as an intermediate, this will grant more precision but will be less forgiving if you make mistakes.
Awesome boot for those with wider feet, that's fully customizable with a heat moldable liner and shell for the perfect fit to your foot. GripWalk soles make walking around the base or lodge area extra comfy too! The 110 flex here will be reliable and offer great performance without being overly stiff and I think is right in the sweet spot for you as an intermediate skier.