Alpina BC 1550 Backcountry Ski Boots - Insulated, BC NNN (For Men and Women)
About Alpina BC 1550 Backcountry Ski Boots - Insulated, BC NNN (For Men and Women)
Closeouts. Alpina's BC 1550 backcountry ski boots crave the pleasures of untamed nature and untouched snow. The sturdy construction and Thinsulate® insulation provide all the comfort and protection for an amazing adventure.
Specs about Alpina BC 1550 Backcountry Ski Boots - Insulated, BC NNN (For Men and Women)
- Recommended use: Touring
- Binding compatibility: BC NNN
- Lacing/Buckle system: Speed lacing with power strap
- Upper: Composite
- Lining: Synthetic textile
- Midsole: Polyurethane
- Outsole: Polyurethane
- Height: 8"
- Weight (pair): 3 lb. 6 oz.
- Made in Slovenia
- Visit our Nordic Skiing Guide
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Joanne from Tahoe on Monday, April 11, 2016My husband and I just bought cross country ski gear and these Alpina boots fit the bill. They are warm and comfortable and they were affordable on sale. I had to exchange the size. I wear a women's 10 and ordered the 42's. The boots are hard to tighten and my heel slipped a bit much. The 41's are better. I shopped around and found these to be the best quality and value.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by mcollect from Garrett County ,MD on Tuesday, March 3, 2015I have been xc skiing for 40 years and these boots are the most comfortable I have ever been in! the bc xc are a wonder to go off trail, which is where I ski.
Reviewed by cc skier from breckenridge on Friday, February 20, 2015First, let me say these didn't fit my feet. But that's not the reason for 2 stars.
the boots seem solidly built, and resist torsional movement. However, the way Alpina designed the tongue and laces result in it being nearly impossible to compress the boot anywhere other than at the ankle. No matter how hard you pull the laces, it will not tighten the boot across the ball/arch. In addition, the tongue material is so thin that any pressure here translates relatively unimpeded to the front of your ankle. I was hoping that during a ski the tension on the upper part of the laces would gradually tighten the lower laces. I was wrong, all I ended up with was pain in the ankle where the laces were too tight. Sorry, but headed back for a return.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by east coast grandma from ct on Thursday, October 23, 2014these fit like a glove, are well made and i can't wait to put them to use this winter