The new RX 100 from Lange is the perfect balance of performance and comfort. Designed to deliver the power and precision demanded by the most committed all-mountain skiers, the new RX 100 offers a racing pedigree with a more inclusive high-performance fit.
Lange's new Dual Core shell construction and Dual 3D liner integrate perfectly, ensuring unparalleled foot-wrapping, precision, and power transmission.
The new RX specific fit retains Lange's strong heel lock and foot hold with more instant "out-of-the-box" comfort.
100mm PERFORMANCE FIT: Lange's PERFORMANCE FIT provides an exact but comfortable 100mm last designed for skiers with medium-volume feet or skiers seeking slightly less foot compression for increased all-day comfort.
NATURAL STANCE: Lange's unique NATURAL STANCE compliments modern ski designs, offering a lower ramp angle (4⁰) and a more neutral, upright stance to increase balance and control for more efficient power transfer and less quad fatigue.
- Last: 100
- Flex index: 100
- Cuff: POLYURETHANE DUAL CORE
- Buckles: ALU RACE MICRO, SHELL ARTICULTING
- Soles: MONO-MATERIAL SOLES, GRIPWALK COMPATIBLE
- Canting: EXTERNAL SCREW CANTING
- DUAL CORE: As you drive and flex into your boots, DUAL CORE actively compresses and expands – harnessing potential energy to deliver explosive power, snap, and rebound. Imagine World Cup precision and response, easy entry-and-exit, and a new level of ski boot performance as reactive and dynamic as your own body. Includes easy entry insert.
- Material: POLYURETHANE DUAL CORE
- Bootboard: HARD POLYURETHANE FOAM
- Powerstrap width: 45mm
- Tongue: POWER WEDGE TONGUE
- DUAL 3D LINER SPORT: DUAL 3D LINERS are pre-shaped to match the inner shell for the most precise and accurate power transmission, and around the foot for our most comfortable anatomic fit. The DUAL 3D SPORT version is 60% customizable (shin, ankle, instep, toe box) with low-density foam integrated in key fit zones for enhanced comfort and support.
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