The Atomic Live Fit 90 W will make a perfect ski boot for any women who have had difficulty finding a boot that will accommodate a medium to wide forefoot, medium to wide leg shape and a tall instep. The upper cuff buckle is very easy to adjust out to a wide position by simply pushing down the tab, and sliding out the buckle to make extra room for your calf. Even though the last of the plastic shell of the Live Fit 90 measures 102mm, the soft rubber Live Fit Panels create way more extra space by expanding out as soon as you place your foot inside the boot. The Live Fit Panels will keep your foot supported, but comfortable, but the rubber will not transmit cold through them the same way plastic does, so your feet will be warmer also. To add to the extra warmth and comfort Atomic has used 3M Thinsulate Insulation to the liner. Atomic's Mega Buckles are oversized and easy to adjust to give you the appropriate amount of tension to not compromise any performance while skiing. The 35mm Velcro Strap on the top of the cuff will keep a snug wrap across your shin, and improve your leverage when it comes to flexing the boot. If you have never been comfortable with a boot in the forefoot, or need a boot that will fit comfortably on your leg, you need to slide into an Atomic Live Fit 90 W and wonder what you were missing.
Best Fits Medium to Wide Foot Shapes, with a Medium to Wide Leg Shape, and a Tall Instep
A:Boot manufactures do not release the actual internal measurements of their boots. We have a team of bootfitters that compile the fit information that we provide by trying on and fitting boots. The instep is based on those results. The Live Fit Shell has one of the tallest, if not the tallest instep areas of any boot.
Answered : Oct 04, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: What is the diameter of calf that this boot accommodates?
A:I do not have a specific measurement for that, but this is the most accommodating boot for the largest of calves. You can slide the buckle outward. If you need even more space you can use a allen wrench and move the buckle out to an extra hole in the cuff of the boot.