Entry Point

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Entry Point Most common Ski Boots have either top or rear entry. Top entry boots use more clips and you need to insert your foot from the top. Mid-entry boots have both a flexible front and back side allowing you to slip your foot into the boot in the middle. Rear entry boots allow you to slide your foot into the boot from the rear. One or two clips are used for fastening the boot and adjusting the fit.

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

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