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Womens ski boots

There are a number of differences that exist between mens and womens ski boots, particularly when it comes to performance and fit. It has long been determined that women have a different foot shape and stance than men which means that the ski boots that women wear need to be made specifically to adapt and accommodate to a woman's foot shape. Companies have been doing research and working to make the best ski boots for women for a very long time and what we have now are womens ski boots that actually fit comfortably offering support for women.

The specifics of womens ski boots

Womens Ski Boots are designed to work with a womans anatomy. The lower shell or foot portion of the ski boots is designed based on a ladies foot which is typically narrower than a man's foot of the same length. Additionally, the heel design on women's ski boots is narrower than a men's ski boot. This is done to address the anatomical differences that exist between a woman's foot and a man's. The most notable difference exists with the height of the boot. The cuff on a woman's boot is significantly lower than a man's boot and this is because of the position of the calf muscle on a woman's leg. The position of the calf muscle is lower on a woman's leg and thus having a lower cuff will create a more correct fit, and be more comfortable. Finally, the construction of the liner in a woman's ski boot is different. They are typically thicker to help keep the feet warmer, which will also play a significant role in fit and comfort. This is important to consider when you are a woman looking for a comfortable fitting ski boot.

What makes a good pair of womens ski boots?

There are many different features to look for when shopping for a pair of womens ski boots. You will want to pay special attention to the aspects impacting the comfort of the ski boots including things like the inner liner quality and style and the flex and stiffness of the boots. A stiffer boot will work well for hard skiing but a more mild flex will offer a bit more comfort for those skiing intermediate terrain. Additional features to look for on womens ski boots is the footbed quality which can always be easily replaced with an aftermarket footbed. A good pair of womens ski boots will offer the user stability, comfort and warmth so be sure to shop accordingly and find a set of ski boots that are up to par with your skiing and ability.

Sizing for womens ski boots

All ski boots are measured in a sizing system called mondo point. Mondo Point is a unisex sizing system, meaning that kids ski boots, womens ski boots, and mens ski boots in a size 25.5 will all be approximately the same length. When sizing for a pair of womens ski boots you will want to take into account the thickness of ski socks you will be wearing and the type of fit you desire in your ski boots. For additional sizing information please see our ski boot sizing guide.

Womens specific ski boots are a must!

Many women may be tempted by deals they find on mens or kids ski boots online or at ski swaps. DON'T! Be strong, put down the sale ski boots and back away! If you are going to be out skiing for extended periods of time, especially at resorts with expensive lift ticket prices you want to make sure your ski boots are as warm and comfortable as possible and give you the best edge when it comes to performance. Womens ski boots are designed to provide every advantage for a woman when it comes to control, comfort, and warmth.