About K2 Pinnacle 100 Ski Boots
Closeouts. K2's Pinnacle 100 ski boots offer a cushy fit and comfort-minded design with the flex you need in a forgiving soft-flex design atop a 102mm last for wider feet. The CushFit Tour Intuition liner provides all-day comfort and warmth, and replaceable DIN-compatible outsole allows switch out when needed.
Specs about K2 Pinnacle 100 Ski Boots
- Ski/Walk mode
- Power strap
- Recommended use: Alpine,Alpine Touring
- Binding compatibility: Alpine Touring,Alpine
- Flex index: 100
- Shell: Polyurethane shell with 6060-T6 Extruded hardened aluminum alloy buckles
- Number of buckles: 3
- Removable liner: Heat-moldable
- Height: 12"
- Last width: 102mm
- Weight (pair): 10 lb.
- Made in Hungary
- Visit our Alpine Skiing Guide
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 4-Star Review
K2Verified Buyer Reviewed by Shadrack from Upper East Tennessee on Wednesday, January 10, 2018The boot was exactly as pictured first off. I would recommend going to a local ski center and being sized as I almost ordered the wrong size based on what I thought my shoe size was. The boots fit pretty snug but according to other reviews and boot techs at local store that's what you want. The buckles seem to be made well. The pad on the back of the boot to adjust for calf size was a nice add on however with larger calves I had to take it out and the boot fit much better. My only issue at this point is the boot seems a little more difficult to get on that usual but I'm marking it off as being a new boot. As of now I haven't had a chance to test the performance of the boot. The ski/walk mode is a great feature that I'd recommend on any boot.
Question & Answer
Questions about this product? Get answers from community and staff experts.
“Are you sure these are compatible with tech bindings?
Other sites say no, and I don't see the pin fittings in the photo.”
“how would I mold the liners?
Go to https://intuitionliners.com/ for home fitting instructions. You can also go to most ski or hockey shops to have it done professionally for a small fee (sometimes just a six pack).