Nordica Hot Rod 75
Released October, 2010
The Pros:Easy to slip into and out of, open right up. Comfortable feel, nice fur lining around the foot. Light enough to walk around in a bit without wearing you out.
The Cons:Take a little while to break in, a bit hard to get into and out of in the beginning.
The Nordica Hot Rod 75 is an upper mid-cost ski boot geared toward intermediate skiers. Nordica promotes this boot as having the ability to perform in all terrains (thanks to the combination of a frontside boot's performance and a side country boot's comfort and shock absorption).
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The interior shape of this boot is Natural Foot Stance (NFS) designed, with a medium-wide width. The fur lining and Comfort fit footbed of this boot ensure a comfortable run. The easy entry system of the Hot Rod 75 allows for quick changing. This ski boot is a step up from the lower cost Hot Rod 60 in that it is is geared toward intermediate skiers rather than beginners, has the Natural Foot Stance last, easy entry system, 75 flex (as opposed to 55-65 flex), and has the PFP Comfort Fit FSE Heat Ready insole, which provides a comfortable fit by conforming to your foot. However, this boot lacks the higher cost Hot Rod 85's bi-injected shell material (which adds reinforcement), 85 flex, Precision Fit liner, and extra servo-lock buckle (two instead of one). There are size options available for the Nordica Hot Rod 75 ski boot.
- Flex 75
- Polyolefin shell and cuff
- Natural Foot Stance (NFS) last
- Medium-wide last width
- Easy entry system
- PFP Comfort Fit FSE Heat Ready liner
- Fur lining
- Comfort fit footbed
- 4 micro Sport Alu Mix buckles
- 1 servo-lock buckle
- Easy Adjust Ratchet (upper), 7 Teeth fixed (lower) for adjustment
- 45mm velcro strap
- Size options
User Reviews (1)
easy to slip into and out of, open right up
comfortable feel, nice fur lining around the foot
light enough to walk around in a bit without wearing you out
keep your feet warm in extreme cold conditions
buckles are easy to work with even with gloves on
solid built quality can take a beating and not show signs of wear
take a little while to break in, a bit hard to get into and out of in the beginning
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