The SUPER BLASTER fits more feet well than any other boot in Lange's history. With a 102mm last and Lange's narrower, more articulate heel pocket; comfort and stability come stock. Lange's Climbmatic Cuff-Release System, a ski/hike feature, and replaceable Ultra Grip soles offer skiers increased comfort and traction on the ascent. But with a burly 120 flex and efficient neutral and upright stance skiers are insured exceptional alpine performance and lateral quickness on the descent as well. The Super Blaster employs Lange's Control Fit Technology to offer all-mountain skiers the most functional, comfortable and performance oriented boot on the market.
* Last: 102 mm
* Flex index: 120
Shell specification: Polyether
Cuff specification: Polyether
Buckles - material: 4 micro Aluminium
Buckles - features: 2 extenders
Macro adjustment: 1 Quickset catch + 1x3 positions screwed catch
- Canting: +/- 1,5°
- Power strap: 40 mm
- Soles: Ultra Grip
- CONTROL FIT TECHNOLOGY
The process of shells engineering, powered by the data generated throughout the foot scanning system, allows for a more accurate and precise fit of the Lange boots.
- SOLES ULTRA GRIP
New vulcanized rubber sole, to get the best grip on every kind of surface. Designed for enhanced grip during short up hill hikes.
- CLIMB MATIC SYSTEM
A new mechanism activated by the use of the first cuff buckle, as follow: A) The "Walk" mode is enabled by opening the buckle, releasing the upper cuff allowing the upper cuff to move easily front and backward. B) As soon as the buckle is totally closed, the cuff can only move frontward and the "Ski" mode is now enabled. The strong steel structure of the Climb-Matic mechanism has been engineered to enhance the back and lateral support of the ski boot.
Liner Technologies: Thermo Fit, RL3
Liner Tongue: Self Shaping
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Lange has truly revolutionized the skiing footwear world. In 1963, Bob Lange, owner of a factory of polyurethane products in Dubuque, launched the first skiing shoe in glass fibre. The leather left the tracks... and soon it was the turn of the laces since the first shoe with tightening straps Lange was launched in 1965. The path travelled up to today is the one of innovation and performance. As an evidence, the title of freeride world champion for Aurelien Ducroz in 2009, and the one of Olympic champion for Didier Defago in Vancouver in 2010.