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Salomon Women's Shift Pro 90 Freeride Ski Boots

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  • Flex: Medium
  • Last: 100
  • Freestyle
  • Gripwalk sole

Product Information


  • Salomon’s ultimate freeride ski boot designed for women who like to cruise down the slopes or lose the skis for a snowy hike through the mountains.
  • The lightweight design and range of motion of this boot makes it the perfect hiking accessory.
  • Durable Polyolefin material provides added stability without adding extra weight.
  • 100 mm inclusive fit
  • Women’s liner provides extra cushioning to the shin for increased instep comfort in sensitive areas.
  • An additional hook on the boot’s top buckle helps create extra mobility when in hike mode, improving flexibility when ascending a peak.
  • Suitable for freeride terrain
  • Medium boot fit and medium stiffness


  • Surelock Skiwalk technology increases cuff mobility for better range of motion with low-tech inserts creating direct power transmission.
  • Custom HD shell creates a personalized fit in only 10 minutes bringing the foot closer to the shell for increased sensations.
  • Coreframe insert guarantees stiffness and enhances terrain feedback for increased power and unmatched downhill performance.
  • Gripwalk pads with a unique shape to increase comfort and grip in any condition.
  • The soft PU Sensifit™ insert provides easy step-in that molds to your foot perfectly for faster pre-slopes preparation.
  • 4 riveted aluminum 3D buckles enable multiple instep positions for a fully personalized foot hold.
  • 360 degree 35 mm strap securely holds the foot to increase power
  • Brand : Salomon


1. Put a sheet of paper on the floor against a wall.
2. Wear the socks you would normally wear in your shoes.
3. Stand on the sheet so that your back is flat against a wall (foot perpendicular to the wall) with your heels glued to the wall.
4. Draw a marker in front of your big toe (the furthest forward of your foot).
5. Measure the length between the edge of the sheet and the marker drawn. It is recommended to do this for both the left and right foot and to take into consideration the longer length.
6. To know your shoe size, take a ruler and measure the distance between the wall and the mark you have drawn. Then simply enter it in the corresponding cell in the "foot length" column.