The Fischer RC5 Skating boot is a comfort model for ambitious skaters heading for targets in sport. The special construction makes it easier to put on the boots.
Canting: Canting function on both sides, each with two settings. Enables medial and lateral adjustment to the lower leg axis. Height adjustable up to 4mm with special key provided.
Race Fit: A fit concept especially for very athletic cross country skiers. Narrower lasts and less volume for a tight fit and thus direct power transfer and improved ski control.
Thermo Fit: Thermally formable foam cushioning with outstanding thermal insulation - a perfect fit for the individual shape of the foot.
Triple F Membrane: Special membrane ensures that conditions inside the boot are perfect: dry, warm and breathable.
Thinsulate: Very light insulation material. Twice as warm as foam or felt. Water-repelling and pressure-resistant.
Injected Exterior Heel Cap: Good heel cradling and robust protection all in one: exterior heel cap for even better power transfer.
Hinged Polymer Cuff: Ergonomic molded cuff for remarkable side hold with good freedom of movement to the front and back. Easy to adjust with Velcro fastener. Canting and EVA padding depending on model.
Velcro Strap: Fastening element for cuffs and instep straps, easy to handle and adjust.
Speed Lock System: World Cup proven quick-closure system. Guarantees reliable hold and ease of use.
Easy Entry Loops: Practical entry loops and wide-opening designs guarantee that boots can be put on/taken off comfortably.
Sealed Zipper: The specially sealed zipper system ensures that any moisture is kept out.
Lace Cover: Lace covers for additional protection against the snow and wet conditions and to give you a comfortable warm feeling.
R3: Better flex, optimized torsional stiffness, more stability through wide underfoot. Different material hardnesses for skating/classic. PEBAX or PU constructions.
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