Made for Intermediate skiers with wide feet (104mm), looking for lightweight and comfortable boots. The RNS 50 ski boots are very affordable. Comfort and lightweight are the key features of these boots, enabling female skiers to fully enjoy their skiing
RigidityFlex 50 is supple, for greater tolerance which gives you confidence
Easy dressingSofter material on the instep to make it easier to put them on.
WarmthGood fit on the shell, and foam for insulation
Adjustable4 rachet buckles, with 2 movable buckles on the shin. 30 mm strap.
Easy to moveNo walk setting
4 very strong aluminium micrometric buckles. You can adjust the length of the buckle by screwing or unscrewing the hook.The top hook has 3 positions for every calf size.Strap for powerfully and easily tightening the top of the boot.
Large footwear designed for a wide variety of feet, but relatively narrow at the top of the shell, so it's less well adapted to larger calves. Pre-shaped foam around ankle to secure heel.
What is flex?
To provide an indication of rigidity, brands assign a flex rating to every boot. This figure determines the rigidity of the boot, the higher the figure, the stiffer the shell. A flex level of 50 to 65 is designed for intermediate to advanced skiers. A flex level of 65 to 80 is intended for advanced skiers. From flex level 80 upwards, products are intended for experts. The large sizes can also be increased by one level.
How do you try on ski boots?
Once your foot is in the boot, you need to fasten the buckles up half-way. If you need to fasten the buckles any tighter, this means that the boot is the wrong size. Once you've fastened the boot, you need to flex 3 times, pushing your calves forward, (put your hands on your knees to help you) which will push your heel back into the boot. When you stand upright, your foot should touch the end of the shell, when you flex, your foot moves backwards so you can no longer feel the end.
Information / Concept / Technology
Lower shell, Polyolefin Cuff, Polyolefin Heel, Polyurethane Sole, Polyurethane Lining, Foam PU Water protector, Polyurefin
Store in a dry place, preferably in a ski boot bag. Close buckles to keep shell from warping. Do not store next to a heat source.
After each use, remove the liner and liner insole to aid drying. Use an anti bacterial product and disinfectant regularly on the liner
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Uday K (India) , 30-39 years old, Man
Used for 1 week or less
Don't know how they give it in this price !!
Value for money
Aashima (India) , 20-29 years old, Woman
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
It's a great beginner boot. And for 3000 INR it's a steal. Great for learning and improving your skiing in until you decide to invest in a technical better fitting boot.