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Lange RX 130 Ski Boot (Men's)

Lange RX 130 Ski Boot (Men's) -

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    Skill Level


    Style: LBE2030

    Lange developed the RX model to give all-mountain skiers the best of both the freestyle and racing world. The Lange RX 130 Ski Boot features a stiff 130 index for optimal control and response. The replaceable Ultra Grip soles reduce slipping and improve grip while hiking. A custom tongue reduces pressure points and adds warmth. Whether you are a groomer skier or an off-piste hard charging ski bum, you will appreciate the responsiveness and comfort of the Lange RX 130.


    • Flex Rating: 130
    • Last Width: 97mm
    • Skill Level: Expert


    • Choose your width between 97 and 100mm for a better fit
    • Custom Tongue with a hollow instep for improved circulation and warmth
    • Camlock 40mm strap provides added shin support
    • Anatomical Padding for strong ankle hold
    • Canting angle of +/- 1.5° allows for customization
    • Replaceable Ultra Grip soles helps to prevent slipping
    • Control Fit liner adds more room in the forefoot and tighter fit in the ankle for better hold
    • Natural stance helps for power transfer, especially on modern shaped skis

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    "what the difference with the LV?"
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by Squatch on 2/10/2016 - 8:23 pm
    "The main differences between the Lange RX 80 LV Ski Boots and the Lange RX 130 Ski Boots are the gender and the flex. The 80 LV's have a specific women's fit intended for women's feet and the RX 130 is intended for men. Another key difference is the flex, the 80 LV's are recommended for Intermediate - Advanced skiers and the RX 130's have an extremely stiff flex, recommended for Expert - Race skiers."
    Answer by Rachel (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/15/2016 - 3:11 pm
    "How does the RS compare to the RX flex wise and can the flex be modified by a boot fitter if I found it to stiff?"
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    Question by retro on 4/10/2017 - 8:57 pm
    "In terms of the flex there's not much difference. The RX flex can be adjusted without the need of a boot fitter. The RX is a more comfortable boot for all-day, while the RS liner seemed a bit harder/less cushion as a Racer boot. I hope this information helps!"
    Answer by Manny (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/26/2017 - 4:19 pm

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