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Nordica NRGy Pro 3 Ski Boots

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Nordica NRGy Pro 3 Ski Boots, Red-Black, 600
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Width: Medium - boot width of 100-103mm; average-advanced skier

Medium - boot width of 100-103mm; average-advanced skier

Instep Height: Medium - instep circumference approx. 1/3-1/2 length of foot

Medium - instep circumference approx. 1/3-1/2 length of foot

Calf Volume: Medium - neither standard nor high volume leg shape

Medium - neither standard nor high volume leg shape

Flex: Stiff - ideal for true intermediate to expert level skiers

Stiff - ideal for true intermediate to expert level skiers

 

The Nordica NRGy Pro 3 is a high powered boot for advanced to expert skiers that are looking for a boot that will deliver power to your turns. The 100mm last best fits skiers that have a narrow to medium to forefoot shape, and a medium shaft of the leg. A single canting adjustment, with the help of an aftermarket footbed will get your alignment dialed in just right. The best feature of the NRGy Pro 3 is the Custom Cork PFP Performance liner that can be easily tweaked by a bootfitter by grinding, punching, or heating it for a totally dialed in fit. With a flex rating of 110 there is lots of power and rebound locked up and ready to go as fast as you can push it. If you want a strong boot with a narrow to medium fit, that can be easily adjusted the Nordica NRGy Pro 3 is the boot for you.


  • Custom Cork PFP Performance Liner
  • Single Canting Adjustment
  • Best Fits a Narrow to Medium Forefoot and Medium Shaft of the Leg


Skill Range: AdvancedIntermediate-Expert

 

Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use All Mountain Forefoot Width 100mm at Reference Size 26.5 Actual Flex 110
Flex Adjustment Yes Buckle Count 4 Cuff Alignment Single
Ski/Walk No Warranty One Year Used No
Skill Range AdvancedIntermediate-Expert Model Year 2016 Model Number 05011400 7H7 255
Product ID 352694      
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Great boot, Great fit.
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Had been skiing the same boots for many, many years...finally made the decision and it was time to upgrade. Could not be happier. My feet are comfortable, warm and these boots are easy to get on and off. I custom molded the liners myself...Read More
 
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Q: What is the boot sole length of the 27.5 boot?
Asked : Dec 27, 2016
By : Shannon, Allentown PA
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A: The BSL on a 27.5 is 317mm
Answered : Dec 28, 2016
By : Thomas
Q: Have E width foot. Forefoot feels a little narrow. Will it grow with break- in? How much can it grow?
Asked : Sep 12, 2015
By : Darryl, Holt, MI
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A: If you have an E-width foot the shell may be a little on the narrow side for you. The best way to tell if the shell is too narrow will be to remove the liner and see how your foot looks inside the shell without the liner. Please copy and paste this link into your browser and watch the video for instructions on how to shell fit your boots. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZx4GYLS5FE If your foot is pressing up on both sides of the shell without the liner in the shell, the boot will not break in enough for you to be comfortable. If you have space on the sides the liner will break in enough for you.
Answered : Sep 14, 2015
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Calf Volume - What is the condition for Standar?
Asked : Aug 21, 2015
By : Moy, Mexico, City
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A: Standard calf volume boots are ideal for people with lower volume or narrower legs. They are generally best for higher set or smaller calves.
Answered : Aug 24, 2015
By : Thomas
 
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