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Garmont Syner-G - Backcountry Ski Boots: Reviews

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If you're not an overly aggressive skier, or if you rarely or never ski in-bounds, a three-buckle boot like the Syner-G offers the perfect blend of smooth power on the way down and comfort on the way up. While it's not quite powerful enough to drive skis bigger than 95 underfoot, it's the perfect complement for an 85–95mm-waisted, lighter-weight backcountry ski. 7.7 lbs; garmontusa.com

 

 

 

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