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Fischer BCX 675 75mm Backcountry Ski Boots

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    Fischer BCX 675 75mm Backcountry Ski Boots

    Get off the beaten path with Fischer BCX 675 backcountry ski boots. Rugged soles, warm insulation and 75mm 3-pin-binding compatibility combine to keep you happy while touring. See details

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    Get off the beaten path with Fischer BCX 675 backcountry ski boots. Rugged soles, warm insulation and 75mm 3-pin-binding compatibility combine to keep you happy while touring.

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    Get off the beaten path with Fischer BCX 675 backcountry ski boots. Rugged soles, warm insulation and 75mm 3-pin-binding compatibility combine to keep you happy while touring.

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    Get off the beaten path with Fischer BCX 675 backcountry ski boots. Rugged soles, warm insulation and 75mm 3-pin-binding compatibility combine to keep you happy while touring.

    • Ergonomic cuffs provide good lateral support without inhibiting front and back movement; use the rip-and-stick straps to adjust the fit around the ankles
    • Twin Skin concept features inner boot liners for a secure fit and outer boots for protection against cold and wet
    • Thinsulate™ insulation keeps feet warm on cold winter mornings
    • Anatomic 3D plastic heel caps create a secure fit
    • Heel fit straps let you customize the heel width for optimum hold and fit
    • Rugged Vibram® 75mm soles fit 3-pin backcountry bindings; lugged soles provide good traction while hiking around
    • Zippered lace covers keep snow and ice off the laces
    • Fischer BCX 675 backcountry ski boots are built on Sport Fit Concept lasts for comfort while climbing hills and linking turns

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    Fischer BCX 675 75mm Backcountry Ski Boots Specs
    Specification
    Description
    Best use
    Backcountry skiing
    75mm 3-pin
    Euro 38 - 47
    Synthetic
    Thinsulate
    Unavailable
    Unisex
    Binding compatibility
    Sizes
    Upper
    Insulation
    Weight per pair
    Gender

    Fischer BCX 675 75mm Backcountry Ski Boots

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    Fischer BCX 675 75mm Backcountry Ski Bootsis rated2.5out of5by2.
    Rated3out of5byfromCommon ThreadThe boot fits nice and easy to walk around in but when kicking and gliding the right boot flexed right above my toes and pinched them on my right boot and but not my left. True you need to pull laces way apart for ease of entry. A slightly lower placement of the first set of lace hooks would have been better to hold your heel down better to keep it from lifting when kicking and gliding. Otherwise nice boot except for the pinched toe issue.
    Date published: 2013-02-14
    Rated2out of5byfromsolid, but small toe box and toe-pinchI have feet that are a bit wide up front, I think. These boots are nice and solid and (for my modest skiing abilities, anyway) beefy enough to control Madshus Epochs on modest terrain. The sole is quite stiff: good for control, bad for walking (clunky), but that seems like a decent trade-off. The buzz-kill is the toebox, which is quite narrow (crushed small toes even after sizing up extra) and has a terrible pinch on the top of the toes when flexing. Over a 2.5-day loop in the Pasayten, this took much of the skin of the tops of my toes on both feet. With well over 50 miles on the boot, there are no signs of that being broken in/resolved. Not cool. I suspect that if I could size up enough to avoid the pinch or get enough width (I'm already close to the biggest size), the boot would be far too long.
    Date published: 2012-12-06

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