Nordica Cruise 100 Ski Boot (Men's)
Nordica made the Cruise 100 Ski Boot to accommodate wider feet, but without sacrificing stiffness. If you like the precise response you get from a stiff ski boot, but don't want to smash your feet into a narrow last, the Cruise 100 Boots are for you. Nordica's 104mm last gives you the room you need, but the Performance Fit Liner ensures that your feet are still wrapped in a snug fit that transfers all your energy directly to your skis. The Natural Foot Stance on these men's boots add another level of comfort, by putting your feet in the slight duck shape that most people stand in so that everything lines up right when it's time to click in.
- Flex: 100
- Last: 104mm
- Skill Level: Advanced and Advanced Intermediates
- Liner: PFP Performance Fit Liner
- Wider last to accommodate wider feet
- Adjustable cuff to fit with your specific calf
- Natural Foot Stance encourages a more comfortable feel
- PFP Performance Fit Liner hugs the foot and adds warmth
- Dual-density shell offers good flex
- Tech Velvet lining is soft and lets your foot slide in easily
- Microadjustable buckles dial in the fit
- Single canting for more natural alignment
Questions and Answers
ASK A QUESTION Got questions about this product? Ask them here. Got questions about anything else? Please see our FAQ.
"is the cruise 100 the same as the cruise 80 but a stiffer flex?"
1 Answers |
Question by don13 on 12/5/2011 - 2:57 pm
"You got it! 100 is the flex on these compared with a softer flex of 80."
Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/5/2011 - 3:06 pm
"Whats the difference with speed machine 110 or 120 and this cruise 100 boot ? I have a small and wide foot, and looking for precision boot.... But all boots hurt my foot after an hour.... (wide till end of foot...) Something for me at your FLL store ?"
2 Answers |
Question by Yossi on 12/29/2011 - 2:05 am
" The number refers to the flex. The Speed Machine comes in two different flexes 110 and 120. The Cruise has a flex of 100 which is softer than the other boot. To get a precise fit we recommend that you go into our store and get fitted by our Certified technicians they will put you into the right boots so your feet stop hurting."
Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/29/2011 - 8:41 am
"i buy nordica cruise 100 last year already because i have very wide foot and i want no compromise on performance and i can keep these boot in my foot for 8 hours and no pain so believe me its the smartest buy i did last year i recommend you these boots "
Answer by marc on 12/24/2012 - 10:13 am
"What is the practical difference between the cruise 80 and 100. How does the stiffness effect performance..? Is it always better to go with a stiffer boot especially in this instance?"
1 Answers |
Question by pcc on 1/2/2012 - 8:50 pm
"A flex of 80 would be great to an advanced-intermediate skier that likes to ride at medium speeds, a flex of 100 is for more advanced skiers with a confident style and faster speeds. The higher the stiffness the higher the performance. Determine the correct flex for you based on your skill level, weight, attitude, skiing speed and the terrain you ski."
Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/3/2012 - 9:15 am
"Any pointers to documentation on how and when to adjust the boots? In particular the canter adjustment on the side?"
1 Answers |
Question by markw on 1/6/2014 - 4:09 pm
"Canting should only be adjusted by a qualified boot tech in a store. If you feel that your stance is wrong and you are suffering then you should definitely have your boots adjusted by a tech. "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/6/2014 - 4:25 pm
There are no reviews yet for this product.