Salomon S/Lab MTN Review – True Reviews

A run down of Salomon’s freeride touring ski boots.
The S/lab MTN has been built for the advanced skier who wants no compromise on performance when they venture into the backcountry.
With a versatile fit and powerful 120 flex, the S/LAB MTN is a serious backcountry contender and should be in your list of touring boots this winter.

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Craig Hemsley
Master Boot Fitter
Owner – Jindabyne Sports– www.jindabynesports.com.au
Founder of Patriot Footbeds http://www.patriotfootbeds.com
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Comments

Sergey Shutov says:

It is a really good review. By any chance will you get your hands on Head Kore 1 boots? =)

TheTamarisLocksmith says:

Thanks for the review. Do you need touring bindings or will old ish markers be fine?

Edward House says:

the clip is for when using a pin binding without a break you can attack a leash to it so you don’t lose your skis

Nico B. says:

What exactly does the oversized pivot do? There’s no cuff alignment anymore, right?

Kevin Houle says:

Love your comment on sizing when it comes to a touring fit vs. just an alpine. I always size down to get that heal lock in need but w/ my Hawk Ultra XTD I went with my true unweighted size, and my feet thx me every time I skin. (Also helps the Ultra is 98 mm last and seems to be a little lower across the instep ) want to hear your product review after your trip on these and your BC w/ the shifts

Raja Boes says:

You fixed the audio! Kudos!

Olavi Liikanen says:

I heard the original liner for this boot was considered too expencive. So Salomon designed a cheaper one. Of course Salomon team rider’s have the better liners.

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