Reviewed by Canadian stranded in Colorado from Denver, CO on Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Unfortunately, the boot was a little bit too small, so I had to return it. However, I could tell from the feel of the boot that it would be a great ski boot. Extremely comfortable, except that it was a too short. It felt very stable and warm.
Reviewed by TMPring82 from New Hampshire on Tuesday, October 09, 2012
The boot looks great, feels great, and I like the added ankle support for skate skiing. I always love giving these reviews too. I live in the Northeast, it's October, we don't have adequate snow so how can I accurately review this product a week after receiving them? Anyways, they're intended for skate skiing so hopefully this coming season is full of snow!
Yes, it would be a good purchase. They also have a free-hinging ankle brace for increased support.
Answered on 7/25/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from None
“Is this boot compatible with pilot bindings?||I just bought a new pair of Fischer skate skis with pilot bindings and am looking for a pair of boots that are compatible with this type of binding.”
Asked on 1/4/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anna from Madison, WI
An NNN boot will work with an NNN binding. You may have an SNS binding.
Answered on 12/27/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
The original NNN1 binding is the same width and size as the newer NNN2 and nnn3 bindings. However the rubber bumper in the original nnn1 binding will not properly fit the newer boots. It is easily adapted. Remove the rubber bumper from your binding and with a razor knife, cut off on an angle that matches the angle of the boots plastic bumper just behind the bar. The binding will now work fine. Reinsert the rubber bumper in the binding. The entire job should not take more than 30 minutes for a novice. I do it in under 10 minutes.
Answered on 9/15/2011 12:00:00 AM by ski-pro from parkdale, or