Boot Sole

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Boot Sole The bottom of the ski boot that makes contact with the ski and binding is called the boot sole. Since this is the primary junction point between the boot and the ski it is critical to preserve its condition. Walking on hard surfaces can damage the boots’ sole changing the interaction between the boot and the binding reducing performance and safety. Toe and Heel Lugs are the portion of the sole that the binding grips onto. Some ski boots have replaceable lugs.
Boot Sole The bottom of the ski boot that makes contact with the ski and binding is called the boot sole. Since this is the primary junction point between the boot and the ski it is critical to preserve its condition. Walking on hard surfaces can damage the boots’ sole changing the interaction between the boot and the binding reducing performance and safety. Toe and Heel Lugs are the portion of the sole that the binding grips onto. Some ski boots have replaceable lugs.


Boot Sole The bottom of the ski boot that makes contact with the ski and binding is called the boot sole. Since this is the primary junction point between the boot and the ski it is critical to preserve its condition.

Walking on hard surfaces can damage the boots’ sole changing the interaction between the boot and the binding reducing performance and safety.

Toe and Heel Lugs are the portion of the sole that the binding grips onto. Some ski boots have replaceable lugs.


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  • Wikipedia Ski boot [1]
  • Ski Boot Guide [2]

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