Fischer BCX 675

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Fischer BCX 675 backcountry boot will tour comfortably, for miles, and the stiff and powerful 3-pin sole will also edge, a ski, very effectively. The skate-boot-inspired cuff provides outstanding lateral support. Thinsulate keeps the biting cold away. Ergonomic cuff for more side hold with full freedom of movement to the front and back. Even pressure distribution through EVA cuff cushioning Anatomically formed 3D plastic heel cap for an optimum fit Ratchet/buckle system for individual and fast adjustment of the Carbon Flex Cuff Thinsulate insulation traps heat very effectively Vibram 75mm sole

- OMCgear

As the second in command in Fischer's backcountry lineup, the BCX 675 Boot has the necessary tech for dependable performance while skiing over challenging backcountry terrain. The stiff flex and ergonomic cuff efficiently transfer power to the skis during technical ups and downs while the 75mm Vibram sole gives you a secure grip on uneven terrain. A Thinsulate liner keeps your feet toasty warm during the tour and the easy entry and exit loops help you to easily slip these boots off when you arrive at the yurt at the end of the day.

- Backcountry.com

Perfect for both turning and touring, the Fischer Men's BCX 675 ski boots offer all the warmth, durability, and control you could ever ask for.

- EMS

Fischer's BCX 675 backcountry ski boots work in an array of snow conditions & employ an anatomically formed 3D plastic heel cap for a solid fit. Side-to-side stability & power transfer enhanced by the adjustable ratcheting buckle closure - loose for general touring or tight for steep descents. High Flex Cuff for added support.

- Mountain Gear