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Garmont Asylum

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The Garmont Asylum Women's Ski Boot is the is perfect for the aggressive skier taking on challenging terrain and conditions. Easily skin up the mountain in walk mode then switch to one of three forward-lean positions to take big turns all the way down.

- CampSaver.com

CLOSEOUTS . With big-mountain stiffness and an Easy3 ski-walk system, Garmontand#39;s Asylum AT ski boots are built for high-performance skiers on a mission for fresh snow and big turns. Available Colors: WHITE. Sizes: 23.5, 24, 24.5, 25, 25.5, 26, 26.5, 27, 27.5.

- Sierra Trading Post

Drop into tough off-piste snow and find yourself in a delirium of joy while strapped into the Asylum Ski Boot With Alpine Soles from Garmont. Designed for powerful descents, this boot is rated as expert on the stiffness scale, and with a wide forefront to accommodate skiers with bone spurs and a secure heel for solid edge control, you're locked into comfort and precision. For power transmission, the High Overlap is exactly where you need it - over the medial mid-foot, and the lean forward has 3 adjustments with one bolt. 4 Magnesium FR buckles secure your foot.

- Mountain Gear

The huge, untamed lines across the canyon call out to you, but until you slip into the Garmont Women's Asylum AT Boot, you don't have the easy-ascending ability or big-mountain stiffness you need to quickly and safely pursue them. Inside this rigid, tour-ready backcountry charger, you can skin up with ease thanks to the freely rotating walk mode. Then, once atop the ridge you can power big turns all the way to the road with the new shell design and one of three forward-lean positions.

- Backcountry.com