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Nordica Ace Of Spades Ski Boot - Men's - 2010 BCS
As you polish your park and pipe game, you wonder what free-flying pros like Peter Olenick, Tucker Perkins, and Justen Dorey have up their sleeves. One thing they have in common: talent. You can't buy that, but you can buy the other thing they share and then make it a part of your daily airtime: the Nordica Men's Ace of Spades Ski Boot. Nordica's own pro team crafted this boot detail-by-detail to make it a game-changing asset.
- Dual-fold tongue design provides progressive flex, making the boot easy and responsive as you initiate, and then stiffer and supportive upon landings
- Excellent rearward support lends an assist in off-balance landings
- Full Shock Eraser technology dampens vibrations and hard impacts without diminishing performance
- Dual-fold three-buckle design shaves weight off the traditional four-buckle boot, which translates to faster spins and easier flips
- Ergonomic buckle closure system optimizes surface area and leverage to wrap your foot as smoothly and snugly as possible
- 45-Degree instep retention promotes landings free of bone-crushing (You're welcome)
- Vibram soles give you a slip-free stride
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September 29, 2011
I've been shredding in these boot about a month.
It's light, fits good and very comfy. The inside boot cannot be heated to make a unique fit to your foot.This boot works perfect for backcountry shreding, are stiff enough to do some casual racing and also work in the park. BUT I've manly been using these in the park and after some intense days railing/jumping my legs got enough and started killing me. I would not recommend this boots if you're mainly shredding park. Boots are for freeriding and can also handle the park if you're dropping by, but not more. Of course, I had some pretty tough landings through out the month I tested them, but the pain quickly came back, even after taking a long breaks. I'll still try them this upcoming season, but with accessories to protect my legs better, Shintronics/boosterstraps. I really liked riding in them, so don't want to get rid of them, unless my legs can't handle them. When that is said, the boot is kind of wide on the top and the reason for my pain may also be that they didn't fit around my legs tight enough, so it kept slamming back and forth. May fit users with bigger legs better. But I still believe that there are better boots for park riding than these.