Nordica Hot Rod 85
Released October, 2010
The Pros:Even pressure through the foot, ankle, calf, no pinching at all. Buckles are perfect for gloved hands, do up easily. Warm enough for the coldest destinations.
The Cons:Heavier than the average boot, not very comfortable to stomp around in. Difficult to force your foot into and then hard to get out of.
The Nordica Hot Rod 85 is an upper mid-cost ski boot. This boot is promoted by Nordica 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 Precision Fit FSE (Full Shock Eraser) Heat Ready liner conforms to the curvatures of your foot. Combined with the Quick Set FSE spoiler, this liner also helps to absorb the impact of landings. The Precision fit footbed and fur lining of this boot help to make your run comfortable. With the easy entry system of the Hot Rod 85, you can change quickly. The interior shape of this boot is Natural Foot Stance (NFS) designed, with a medium-wide width. This boot is a step up from the lower cost Hot Rod 75 in that is has a flex of 85 (as opposed to 75), bi-injected shell material (which adds reinforcement), the Precision Fit liner, and one extra servo-lock buckle (two instead of the Hot Rod 75's one). However, it lacks the higher cost Hot Rod 95's FSE wedge and bi-injected cuff material. There are size options available for the Nordica Hot Rod 85 ski boot.
- 85 flex
- Bi-injected shell material
- Polyolefine cuff
- Natural Foot Stance (NFS) last
- Medium-wide last width
- PFP Precision Fit FSE Heat Ready liner
- Fur lining
- Precision fit footbed
- 4 micro Sport Alu buckles
- 2 servo-lock buckles
- Quick Set FSE
- 45mm velcro strap
- Size options
User Reviews (2)
even pressure through the foot, ankle, calf, no pinching at all
buckles are perfect for gloved hands, do up easily
warm enough for the coldest destinations
good range of adjustments available, can be made to fit perfectly
will handle a fair amount of stress without showing signs of wear
heavier than the average boot, not very comfortable to stomp around in
difficult to force your foot into and then hard to get out of
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