Scott Cosmos Pro Ski Boots - Unisex
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Take them ski mountaineering, backcountry stash raiding, or on-hill charging. The Cosmos Pros are excellent all-around boots for sustained ascents and technical, performance-oriented descents. Stiff enough to get solid performance out of your skis, they're comfortable for working your way up the switchbacks and navigating icy kick turns. The BOA® Fit System liners can be used out of the box or thermoformed for custom fit.
- POWERLITE 2.0 shells are light, stiff Grilamid with a bi-material tongue for mobility.
- Redesigned walk/ski mode mechanism is durable and simple to use.
- 3 micro-adjustable buckles stay in place in tour mode with buckle catch system.
- BOA® Fit System liner allow micro-adjustments for a perfect fit.
- Shock damper inserts in the inner sole act absorb shock when skiing.
- 60-degree cuff rotation promotes mobility.
- Sole is touring and tech compatible, Vibram® bi-density rubber that adds traction when hiking.
- Flex index is 125.
The boot and binding systems must match for best performance and safe use.
|Lower shell material||Grilamid|
|Shell cuff material||Grilamid|
Alpine Touring: with tread; compatible with DIN touring bindings. Alpine Touring Tech (Tech): with tread; compatible with G3 Onyx and Dynafit. Downhill: without tread; compatible with freeride/downhill bindings.
Forward lean affects a skiers balance. Some boots have a set forward lean angle; some are adjustable. Less lean places your knees in a more upright (almost standing) position, whereas more lean positions your knees forward over the ball of your feet.
|13 or 15º|
Range of motion
The range of motion of the boot when in hike mode.
Indicates how stiff the boots are when flexed forward. Flex ranges from 50 (soft) to 130 (very stiff). Note: There is currently no industry standardized test.
The width of the interior of the boot shell across the widest part of the forefoot.
|Thermoformable inner boot||Yes|
A mechanism that allows to release the boot cuff to switch to tour mode.