Nordica Firearrow F3 Ski Boot (Men's)

Nordica Firearrow F3 Ski Boot (Men's) -

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Style: 05014400

The Nordica Firearrow F3 Ski Boot is your weapon of choice if you like a stiff ski boot that grabs every ounce of energy you put in and transmits it to your skis. Just a tiny bit softer than the Firearrow F1, the F3 still holds your heel in tight, gives you great leverage, and rebounds quickly when you're releasing a turn. All in all, this is a responsive men's ski boot that keeps you comfortable by not wasting your energy.


  • Flex: 14 (on 1 (soft) to 16 (stiff) scale)
  • Last: 100mm
  • Skill Level: Advanced
  • Liner: PFP Performance Fit Liner


  • 45° Instep Retention positions the foot for good heel hold
  • EDT Technology increases the angle for more leverage
  • 3-piece shell for easy entry and natural flex
  • PFP Performance Fit Liner hugs the foot and adds warmth
  • Tech Velvet lining is soft and lets your foot slide in easily
  • Progressive Flex retains stiffness when the boot is flexed
  • Quick Rebound for agile directional changes
  • Dual-density PU soles for good traction
  • Double canting lets you align the boot with your leg
  • Microadjustable buckles dial in the fit
  • Adjustable hard/ soft flex

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"I have too high an arch for Dalbello krypton pro and full tilt boots. Am I going to have the same problem with Nordica's three piece shell? I see it has a wider last. Does it have more room in the instep height?"
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Question by mike on 8/26/2011 - 2:26 pm
"For a higher instep and more arch support, Nordica is a better choice than Dalbello. Nordica overall has a better fit for people who need more support than standard boots offer. The liner in this boot is heat mold-able so it will give you a custom boot feel! "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/26/2011 - 3:51 pm
"Fire Arrow boot F3. Can I used this boot on Low flex setting for the Back country In lake Tahoe. No hiking required really just got push up a few hills for Fresh Powder. SO I wonder if I could use this ski/boot combo TST 192Cm Ski's and F3 Fire boots for back-country Powder days with little or no hiking at all?"
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Question by Joe Baker on 11/5/2011 - 12:38 am
"This is a stiff boot. The adjustable wrench will give you a bit more flexibility when you are just pushing up hill so I think it will work."
Answer by alejandrasimon (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/7/2011 - 12:41 pm
"I'm flat footed, yet and advanced skier. Will these boots work for me?"
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Question by daniel mas on 2/14/2014 - 10:18 pm
"Flat feet are technically considered wide in a ski boot. You should get a boot with a last of 102-104. "
Answer by Katie (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/17/2014 - 2:20 pm

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