Reliable and comfortable Fischer boot for athletic, ambitious leisure skiers. High breathability thanks to Triple-F membrane ensures your feet stay pleasantly warm and dry even after hours on the track. The Velcro strap with additional ankle stabilisation ensures a firm grip.Read more
The Triple-F Membrane keeps water and snow from entering boots, while allowing excess heat and moisture vapor to escape. The climate inside the boot stays warm and dry, no matter what the outside climate is.
Inside the boot, a light, thin layer of water-repellent insulation material offers additional thermal protection in the forefoot and toe area to keep the skiers warm as they glide through the snow.
Easy Entry Loops
Practical entry loops and wide-opening designs guarantee that boots can be put on/taken off comfortably.
Fischer Fresh puts an end to unpleasant odours, giving you lasting freshness inside the cross country skiing boot with a pleasant smell and feeling inside.
Fishcer Speed Lock
New, revolutionary quick lock with minimum size and weight. Simply pull the laces tight and that's it! The system is safe and reliable.
Injected Exterior Heel Cap
Good heel cradling and robust protection all in one: exterior heel cap for even better power transfer.
Lace covers for additional protection against the snow and wet conditions and to give you a comfortable warm feeling.
Sport Fit Concept
The right fit for all requirements. Whether it's shaped for the female foot with the comfort or race version, customised for the feet of young skiers, meeting the comfort requirements of all-rounders or for direct power transfer in racing: the Boot Fit Concept with special lasts is the answer to all the different needs and morphologies of the various consumer groups.
Thermally formable foam cushioning with outstanding thermal insulation and a perfect fit for the individual shape of the foot.
Fastening element for cuffs and instep straps, easy to handle and adjust.
I bought these to replace XC Comfort boots purchased about 2012 and used heavily for 8 years. I assume these are essentially the same boots. I consider the 8 year lifetime to be a fair return for the cost - I used the boots hard, on groomed track, ungroomed trails, and occasional forays off trail including a fair number of emergency turns or stops, which can be hard on boots. The XC Comfort held up to all of that until a seam finally broke loose this winter. The XC Comfort Pro looks like a very similar boot and I hope for the same durability. The new Pro model has a quick lace system but it uses standard flat (cotton?) laces not the small diameter laces you get on higher end boots. Overall this is an awesome workhorse boot for a good price.
Earring these boots are like wearing my favorite shoes, soft but supportive, I can ski all day without foot fatigue.