The best choice for female skiers who like to make it to the top with effort-saving efficiency! These boots have it all without the weight. Featuring a special women's cuff and boot liner, Soma-Tech and VACUUM FIT technology, extremely lightweight special tour buckle X-Light, 60 degree cuff rotation (fore/aft), and full Thermoshape, Palau liners.
- Weight: 1550g (Size 26.5)
- Construction: Semi Overlap
- Cuff Rotation: 60 degrees
- Liner: Palau Full Thermoshape
- Buckles: 3 X-Light buckles
- Strap: 40mm Touring Strap
- Last: 102mm
- Other: Alpine Ski Position and Adjustable Spoiler
FIRST FULLY ADAPTABLE TOURING BOOT
Fischer VACUUM is legendary and now available for the first time in a touring ski boot. Ski tourers in particular place extremely high requirements on boot fittings. With long climbs, technical sections, and enjoyable downhills; you don't want any aches or pains in your feet.
That is why the Fischer orthopaedists, biomechanics, and boot technicians have completely revamped the touring boot, tuned it to the special requirements of ski tourers and added the fully anatomical VACUUM boot fitting feature.
The result is a tour boot with more freedom of movement, better power transfer, and a perfect fit. The Fischer Transalp VACUUM is a new milestone.
The Semi Overlap Construction which is optimized for ski tours is a hybrid consisting of Cabrio and Overlap. The result is maximum flexibility in the climb and strong performance in the downhill. VACCUM technology enables a customized, anatomic adjustment to all feet and the Thermoshape boot liner enhances the perfect fit.
The conventional, parallel foot position is unnatural. Soma-Tech offers ski tourers noticeably better power transfer for greater uphill comfort and more enjoyable downhills. The lowered alpine skiing position supports more direct turn initiation.
Thanks to the previously unattained Cuff Rotation (fore/aft) of 60 degrees, every step taken in Hike Mode is up to 10cm longer. May not sound like much, but it has an incredible effect over the long haul: with an average of 8,000 steps for every 1,000 vertical meters that adds up to 800 meters further traveled with same number of steps helping you to reach your peak.