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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Garmont's She-Ride page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The She-Ride is the beefiest women s ski mountaineering boot available, developed for female ski-mountaineers whose priority is skiing performance. It is built to drive the biggest skis in the most difficult conditions. It s high and stiff enough to rip difficult off-piste, light enough for extended ski mountaineering.Use: Ski Mountaineering, Off-Piste, Free-Ride, and Ski Touring Color: Bright Blue/Silver Shell: Multi-Injected Pebax + PU Liner: G-Fit Thermoformable Closure: 4 aluminum buckles and Power StrapHeight: 34.5 cmWeight: 1480 grams (3.25 pounds)Foward Lean: 19, 24 degrees and walking mode

- Second Ascent

Description of Garmont She Ride G-Fit Ski Boots - WomensThe She-Ride is built specifically for women on the G-Ride Platform. Its the beefiest womens ski mountaineering boot available, developed for female ski-mountaineers whose priority is skiing performance. Like the G-Ride, it is built to drive the biggest skis in the most difficult conditions. It is high and stiff enough to rip difficult off-piste, light enough for extended ski mountaineering. The She-Ride has new, lightweight, positive Freeride buckles. Its Magnesium canting mechanism is precise and easy to adjust.FeaturesUse Ski Mountaineering, Off-Piste, Free-Ride, and Ski Touring Shell Multi-Injected Pebax PU Liner g-fitW High Thermoformable Closure 4 aluminum buckles and Power Strap Height 34.5 cm Weight 1480 grams 3.25 pounds Foward Lean 19, 24 degrees and walking mode

- US Outdoor Store

Garmont She-Ride

MSRP:
$629.95

The Garmont She-Ride is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 21, 2014 at Second Ascent.

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