The Fischer Ranger Free 110 Alpine Touring Ski Boots are a super light freeride boot that make for swift ascents and powerful, performance-driven descents. Simply throw 'em in Hike mode for the skin up, then flip the bail to Ski mode for the way back down. A stiff and highly responsive 110 flex gives ultimate control and energy transmission, while much-appreciated Vibram® GripWalk soles lend stability and surefooted steps whether you're boot packing a technical couloir, or strolling from parking lot to lodge.
This is the 2020 model and they have been used very few days (less than 8 days). There are some scuffs on the boots from riding a snowmobile to access ski-touring (shown in photos), but are otherwise barely broken in. The right foot has been punched by a professional boot fitter to make some extra room for the right foot. These are awesome boots for both backcountry and inbounds skiing, one boot to do both! They have tech-fittings that make them compatible with any pin-style backcountry binding such as Dynafit bindings. They can keep up as a hard-charging downhill boot, while also keeping up in the backcountry with 55-degres range of motion walk mode to go along with the Dynfit binding compatability. This size 22.5 has a boot sole length of 265mm, width of 99mm, and flex rating of 110. The 22 and 22.5 are the same sized shell. These are lightweight at 1590g for backcountry touring, and the Grilamid shells are heat moldable.