The Nordica Hell and Back H3 is ski boot that an advanced skier can ski but one that doesn't take forever to break in. The liner Nordica used in the H3 fits off the shelf really well and molds up to your feet starting run #1 down the mountain. If you spend most of your time skiing on trail you're really going to like this boot. Just like it's big brothers the H2 and H1 it has a precise feel when carving the harder snow and is upright enough to handle deep pow days.
100 Flex / 100 mm Last - A forward flex of 100 and boot last of 100 mm. Ideal for skier's with a medium to narrow forefoot.
TCF Comfort - An all-mountain comfort liner provides a comfortable fit without sacrificing performance. This thermo fit liner comes heat ready.
Full Shock Eraser Liner - Dampens shock and snow vibrations, as well as absorb impacts from harsh landings. Provides a smooth, comfortable ride without sacrificing performance.
4 Aluminum Micro-adjustable Buckles - Durable, strong and performance tested, these buckles will ensure a lock-tight fit no matter how hard your charging!
DPC - Stiffness, Progression and Rebound - Nordica uses these three elements to measure and gage the performance of their boots. With all three working together you are getting the maximum amount of response, control and energy transmission out of your ski boots.
Twin Canting - Gives you the ability to find your perfect alignment.
Removable Toe and Heel Pieces
• Gender: Men's Ski Boot
• Ski Boot Type: All-Mountain Freeride
• Boot Design: Standard Overlap
• Number of Buckles: 4 - Micro Adjustable
• Buckle Material: Metal
• Flex Adjustment: No
• Flex Index: 100
• Boot Last: 100 mm
• Heat Moldable: Heat Ready
• Ability Level: Intermediate to Advanced
• Boot Liner: TCF Comfort
• Power Strap: Yes
• Warranty: 1 Year
• Model Year: 2014
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