Black Diamond Seeker Ski Boots

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Black Diamond Seeker Ski Boots
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FEATURES of the Black Diamond Men's Seeker Ski Boots.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Men's Seeker Ski Boots.

Fit:

  • Efficient Fit Tele liner with Strobel base reduces weight for touring efficiency, is thermformable, and includes a Boa closure system for a precise fit and on-the-go adjustability

Fabric:

  • Part of Black Diamond’s Telemark Efficient Series, this boot features lightweight materials and touring-specific tech to maximize speed, efficiency, and, ultimately, the day's lap tally

Frame:

  • Triax Tour Frame with Flex 100, MidStiff bellows and locking QuickWire cuff buckles
  • Triax Tele Tour frame provides a forgiving flex that operates independent of tongue stiffness for increased performance and comfort on the skin track

Weather and Wind:

  • Rubber outsole provides grip in cold conditions for touring versatility

Comfort:

  • A 102-millimeter last is designed to maximize toe-box comfort and performance while providing plenty of snugness near the heel
  • A flex-rating of 100 enhances comfort while still delivering enough stiffness for proper energy transfer and precise control

Features:

  • Mechanically integrated ski/walk mode delivers unsurpassed freedom while touring
  • Compatible with 3-pin bindings
  • Less touring resistance and softer flex than Freeride Series telemark boots
  • Optimized ankle flexion for an ideal balance of cuff-to-bellows flex
  • 102 mm V-shaped last
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Backcountry powder hunters who are searching for a lightweight, ultra-smooth freeheel touring boot need look no farther than the Black Diamond Men’s Seeker Telemark Ski Boot. Built to be efficient on the ascent and responsive when you make your turns, this boot offers an ideal balance of gentle support and forgiving flex. Use it with either cable or three-pin tele binders.

Gearx

For those who seek out secret stashes of ungodly-deep backcountry powder, the shockingly responsive Seeker is what you’ve been looking for. The Seeker, with a lower cuff than boots in our Power Series, is built with an emphasis on light weight while maintaining efficient power transmission. The thermoformable Efficient Fit Liner and customizable foot bed provides a tasty fit, while the Triax-Tour Frame™ (Flex 100 rating) and MidStiff bellows ensure maximum efficiency for the skin up and high performance control for the charge down. Compatible with three-pin bindings.

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Bellows:Mid Stiff
Buckles:3
Flex Index:100
Frame Technology:Triax Tour
Liner:Efficient Fit Tele
Weight:3.45 kg / 7 lb 8 oz (for a pair of size 27)
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Black Diamond Seeker Ski Boots Review:

Reviews:

Just got my Seekers. Have been wearing them around the house. Quite impressed. A lot more boot than I am used to coming from Scarpa T3's. I like a ll the features and the fact that you can cant the cuffs. Hope to try them out the dwindling snow at a local resort soon. One comment, one question. Comment: The US sizing part of the BD sizing chart is off by one whole size. Trust the Mondo point and European sizing on the chart. I made the mistake of using the US part of the chart and had to re-order the next whole size up. Question: Do I need to mold the liners or will they mold to my feet naturally as they are used over time? They are pretty comfortable as is and I don't want to mess them up by molding them.

wrlp489600 at Backcountry.com on 04/25/2013