Alpina BC 1550 Eve Backcountry Ski Boots - NNN BC, Insulated (For Women)
About Alpina BC 1550 Eve Backcountry Ski Boots - NNN BC, Insulated (For Women)
Closeouts. Alpina's BC 1550 Eve 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 Eve Backcountry Ski Boots - NNN BC, Insulated (For Women)
- Recommended use: Touring
- Binding compatibility: BC NNN
- Lacing/Buckle system: Speed lacing with power strap
- Upper: Composite
- Lining: Synthetic textile
- Removable insole
- Midsole: Polyurethane
- Outsole: Polyurethane
- Height: 8"
- Weight (pair): 3 lb. 4 oz.
- Made in Slovenia
- Visit our Nordic Skiing Guide
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Love themVerified Buyer Reviewed by VT Mami from Vermont on Friday, February 20, 2015I was very nervous about buying scra boots without trying on. I went up one size to allow for my orthotics and the fit perfectly. They are very warm and have lots of support. Can't wait for my CO ski trip next week.
Great bootReviewed by Cathy from Crestone, Colorado on Friday, December 26, 2014I really like these boots, but I think the sizing might be off a half size. I wear a size 10 street shoe so I originally ordered the 43 which was too big. The 42 fits me perfect but it says it's for a 9 1/2. I wear a 42 in Danskos and also my Scarpa T-1's are 42. Otherwise I am very happy with these once I got the right size.
Question & Answer
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“Could you wear these boots in snowshoes, and should you wear your regular size?”
That would depend on the snowshoe that you are using, but I would think that you could if you wanted to. According to our fit team this item is running true to size.
“If you wanted to, could you ware these boots in snowshoes?”
That would depend on the snowshoe that you are using, but I would think that you could if you wanted to.