Lange Blaster 80 Ski Boots
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The Blaster 80 is a great boot for athletic beginners to intermediate skiers to transition into out of rental equipment or even as a first boot. With a 102mm forefoot shape the Blaster 80 is a very comfortable fitting boot with a pretty roomy toe box but like all Lange boots stiff has a strong and precise heel fit. When combined with an 80 flex shell and cuff the result is a relaxed and forgiving fit overall that has the precision and control to properly drive a ski. So if you make a mistake the Blaster 80 won't punish you and when you start skiing more aggressively it will perform at a level to let you keep advancing. Thanks to the Natural Stance, an upright and balanced body positioning, the Blaster 80 is very stable and predictable as well so when the little tree shots on the sides of the runs of big open powder bowls start calling the Blaster 80 will be ready. Inside, the Blaster 80 has the Control Fit liner to add to the support and comfort by using plush pre shaped pads to support your heel and add cushioning. The Blaster 80 is a predictable, stable and smooth boot that can be both forgiving and well performing for inexperienced beginners to accomplished intermediates.
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Q:what is the shell length for the boot 26.5?Asked on 4/2/2013 by james
A:The boot sole length for the Lange Blaster 80 boots in a size 26.5 will be 310mm.Answered on 4/2/2013 by Dru in Customer Care from Bloomfield Hills, MI
Q:How do you adjust the cant on the lange blaster 80 boot? The instructions are just little meaningless pictures, and turning what I thought was the cant adjustment doesn't seem to do anything.
ThanksAsked on 1/30/2013 by g from Cumming, GA
A:To adjust the cant on any Lange boots, including the Blaster 80's, I find the easiest method is to first put the boots on. Then on the outermost side of both boots should be a hexagonal screw head. Simply loosen this using your allen wrench and then proceed to lean into your skiing position. While doing this, tighten the screw back up and you should be good to go.Answered on 2/4/2013 by Dru in CS from Royal Oak, MI