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Stiff and stable in tough terrain, the Fischer BCX 875 is for the touring crowd that likes to carve a turn or two on their Nordic adventure. Thinsulate gives you reliable insulation while the integrated gaiter protects against the deepest snow on the longest tours. A Vibram 75mm sole with non-slip profile and specialized compound help you hold in difficult terrain. Adjustable heel strap for optimum hold and comfort on long days.
- Mountain Gear
When embarking on ambitious multiple-day backcountry tours over long stretches of rolling terrain, you need the stiff support and weather protection of the Fischer BCX 875 Boot. Two Ratchet Lock buckles firmly anchor your foot in the injected Heel Cap while the Thinsulate liner provides the level of warmth essential on long backcountry tours. The 3-pin compatible Vibram sole gives you a firm grip and the integrated gaiters keep the snow from finding a way to your feet.
Put on the Fischer BCX 875 boot, and you can telemark or parallel turn with ease, and still tour for miles in comfort. With the explosion of popularity of the new short and wide backcountry touring skis, the selection of appropriate boots has not kept up. Fischer takes the lead; the BCX 875 has a stiff and powerful 3-pin sole for stability and edging, while the skate boot inspired cuff provides outstanding lateral support without compromising easy striding. Match these up with some wide waxless metal edged skis, and you can tour, turn, and laugh at those who paid money for a lift ticket. 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 the top models for individual and fast adjustment of the Carbon Flex Cuff Vibram 75mm sole Winter 2011/2012 product