Nordic Touring Boots

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less than $50
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$300 - $399.99
$500 and above

Recent Nordic Touring Boot Reviews

Alpina Women's BC 1550

rated 2 of 5 stars Warm boot, but the toe box collapsed putting pressure on the top of my right toes at each stride. I am currently shopping for a new boot due to the discomfort of these boots in the toe area. Full review

Alpina Women's BC 1550

rated 2 of 5 stars Nice looking sturdy XC boot that is well lined and great for cold weather, but with a MAJOR problem. Be sure to try on and talk to an expert before buying these; they possible have a defective design flaw. I am so happy to see another review on this site explaining the EXACT problem I have with these boots. After about five trips; perhaps 4-7 miles, the toe box collapses right at the break where the laces end and the firm toe area starts. I keep trying different socks, snugging up the fit, but no… Full review

Alpina Alaska 75

rated 5 of 5 stars Good value for money. Good overall boots for rolling in fells. Bought these boots to replace 20-year-old Asolo telemark boots. My usage is around 75% of skiing and 25% of downhill so the flex is perfect for my rolling in nearby fells. Now after <100 km of skiing these boots are breaking in properly. Heel keeps in place quite well after switching to waxed laces instead of cotton ones. Coldest temperature of using these boots has been around -10° Celsius and no frostbites with one liner sock. Full review

Alpina Men's T10

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Good quality and insulation with decent ankle support. I have been using this boot for classic Nordic skiing during the last 6 years. I wanted to try the sport and found this boots to be a good deal with a set of used skis and I have been hooked since then. This is a well made entry level boot with a good amount of insulation and sturdy sidewalls to protect your feet against packed/ice snow that can rub against your feet. I have used them in groom tracks and in open country and they always perform… Full review

Alpina Men's BC 1550

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Good while they lasted. I bought these as part of a package with some Atomic Sierra skis. After about six medium length (e.g. 6-10 mile) trips, the toe boxes collapsed, causing an unbearable rubbing across the tops of all of my toes and causing severe pain and blisters. They still look almost like new, but are now unwearable. Full review

Salomon Siam 7 Pilot CF

rated 5 of 5 stars These are warm, easy-to-use cross country ski boots for women. Simple design and comfortable to wear all day. I love the Quicklaces for getting on the trail quickly. Durability: I bought these very lightly used and wore them all season (2 - 4 days every week we had enough snow). They've held up great so far. Warmth: Oh Thinsulate, you get me. The salesman told me that Salomon recognized that women's feet get cold quicker than men's, so they made these extra warm. I can't say that while I had them… Full review

Fischer BCX 6

rated 4 of 5 stars Nicely-made, burly construction with best-of-class NNN-BC torsional rigidity and ankle support. But made for big feet and ankles only, and the four steps involved in putting these on and taking them off could get tiring (and difficult to do on-trail). These are the nicest-made and burliest "new school" NNN-BC boots I've seen. They have great torsional rigidity and the exoskeleton actually provides superior ankle support (vs. the burly all-leather Alpina Alaska), which I can't say is the case for… Full review

Salomon Vitane Pilot CF

rated 3 of 5 stars I have loved these boots. I've been perfectly happy with these, until I looked down and realized the sole was delaminating from the topskin!! Bummer!! These boots have been great to ski in. Salomon knows how to make a boot that fits a woman's foot. I even bought Salomon downhill ski boots and love those. The narrower heel and spacious toe area make all the difference in fit. Most other brands don't fit this well.   However, after only four seasons with not that much use, the sole is delaminating… Full review

Rossignol Men's BC X6

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Very good light-medium-duty off-trail xcountry performance, poor lacing system. I have owned these boots for a few years, but only used them rigorously for one season. Although the performance is excellent for what they are designed to be (medium-duty off-trail xcountry) the very poor lacing system ruins this boot. This is the 5th Rossi nordic boot I have tried with this type of quick lacing/locking system and the 5th one that I hate. With older versions of this basic design I had trouble with releasing… Full review

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