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[[Image:Ski Boot Buckle.jpg|'''[[Boot Buckle]]''' These are the devices that tighten the '''[[Outer shell]]''' to the foot. Most '''[[ski boots]]''' have five or four buckles.The buckles are what latch the ski boot closed. While there are many styles of buckles, the key components are the ladder, the bail, and the buckle itself. The ladder is the graduated rung that the bail, or wire, hooks onto so that the buckle can close to latch the boot tightly around the foot or ankle. '''[[Ski boots]]''' may have as many as four buckles, each drawing the boot tightly around a different segment of the foot or ankle.|thumb|200px]] [[Image:Ski Boot Buckle.jpg|'''[[Boot Buckle]]''' These are the devices that tighten the '''[[Outer shell]]''' to the foot. Most '''[[ski boots]]''' have five or four buckles.The buckles are what latch the ski boot closed. While there are many styles of buckles, the key components are the ladder, the bail, and the buckle itself. The ladder is the graduated rung that the bail, or wire, hooks onto so that the buckle can close to latch the boot tightly around the foot or ankle. '''[[Ski boots]]''' may have as many as four buckles, each drawing the boot tightly around a different segment of the foot or ankle.|thumb|200px]]
-'''[[Boot Buckle]]''' These are the devices that tighten the '''[[Outer shell]]''' to the foot. Most '''[[ski boots]]''' have five or four buckles.The buckles are what latch the ski boot closed. While there are many styles of buckles, the key components are the ladder, the bail, and the buckle itself. The ladder is the graduated rung that the bail, or wire, hooks onto so that the buckle can close to latch the boot tightly around the foot or ankle. '''[[Ski boots]]''' may have as many as four buckles, each drawing the boot tightly around a different segment of the foot or ankle.+'''[[Boot Buckle]]''' These are the devices that tighten the '''[[Outer shell]]''' to the foot. Most '''[[ski boots]]''' have five or four buckles.The buckles are what latch the ski boot closed.
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 +While there are many styles of buckles, the key components are the ladder, the bail, and the buckle itself. The ladder is the graduated rung that the bail, or wire, hooks onto so that the buckle can close to latch the boot tightly around the foot or ankle.
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 +'''[[Ski boots]]''' may have as many as four buckles, each drawing the boot tightly around a different segment of the foot or ankle.

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Boot Buckle These are the devices that tighten the Outer shell to the foot. Most ski boots have five or four buckles.The buckles are what latch the ski boot closed. While there are many styles of buckles, the key components are the ladder, the bail, and the buckle itself. The ladder is the graduated rung that the bail, or wire, hooks onto so that the buckle can close to latch the boot tightly around the foot or ankle. Ski boots may have as many as four buckles, each drawing the boot tightly around a different segment of the foot or ankle.
Boot Buckle These are the devices that tighten the Outer shell to the foot. Most ski boots have five or four buckles.The buckles are what latch the ski boot closed. While there are many styles of buckles, the key components are the ladder, the bail, and the buckle itself. The ladder is the graduated rung that the bail, or wire, hooks onto so that the buckle can close to latch the boot tightly around the foot or ankle. Ski boots may have as many as four buckles, each drawing the boot tightly around a different segment of the foot or ankle.

Boot Buckle These are the devices that tighten the Outer shell to the foot. Most ski boots have five or four buckles.The buckles are what latch the ski boot closed.

While there are many styles of buckles, the key components are the ladder, the bail, and the buckle itself. The ladder is the graduated rung that the bail, or wire, hooks onto so that the buckle can close to latch the boot tightly around the foot or ankle.

Ski boots may have as many as four buckles, each drawing the boot tightly around a different segment of the foot or ankle.


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

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