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XT3 140 PRO MODEL

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XT3 140 PRO MODEL is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
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EUR 700,00
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Engineered to go UP, built to ski DOWN. The all-new XT3 140 PRO MODEL is freeride spec'd to the demands of our professional athletes. Featuring our new Active Power V-Lock and Friction Free Hinge, XT3 offers effortless mobility and range-of-motion on the way up.
Then lock it down for the descent and unleash the rock-solid power and precision of Lange's innovative Dual Core construction. Purpose-built for the modern freeride skier, XT3 is a new benchmark free-touring performance because you have to get UP, to get DOWN

Features

Fit
97
Wide
Narrow
Wide
Narrow
The Fit of the boot (or last) is the width of the foot measured at the 5th metatarsal (widest part of the forefoot). It determines the level of control and precision of the skier. For a good ratio between comfort and control, choose a boot that matches the overall volume and length of your foot. Fit between 92-95 mm: Narrow, Fit between 97-99 mm: Medium, Fit between 100-102 mm: Comfort
Flex
140
Comfort
Stifness
Comfort
Stifness
The “flex” of a boot indicates the level of support that boot will deliver. The greater (stiffer) the flex index, the more rigid and reactive the boot will be. The lesser (softer) the flex index, the more tolerant and comfortable.
Level
140
Beginner
Expert
Beginner
Expert
Choose the boots which offers the best ratio between comfort and performance. For a beginner skier, we recommend a flexible flex (<80) and for an expert skier we recommend a higher flex (>90).
Weight
1805g size 26.5
Available sizes
240 / 245 / 250 / 255 / 260 / 265 / 270 / 275 / 280 / 285 / 290 / 295

Technical Details

Shell

Shell material
POLYURETHANE DUAL CORE
Shell technology
ACTIVE V-LOCK HIKE MECHANISM
Shell bootboard
POLYPROPYLENE LIGHT
Shell specifications
EASY ENTRY

Cuff

Cuff specifications
ACTIVE SKI AND WALK MECHANISM
Cuff material
LYFRAN DUAL CORE

Liner

Liner insulation
ULTRALON®
Liner tongue
POWER WEDGE TONGUE
Liner power strap
50mm CAM LOCK
Liner type
DUAL 3D RACE LINER
Additional features
CUSTOMIZABLE

Buckles

Buckles technology
ALU LIGHT, SECURE PROFILE, HIKE LOCK

Soles

Soles specifications
GRIPWALK® SOLES
Soles Features
ALPINE SOLE COMPATIBLE

Other

Canting
FRICTION FREE HINGE
Spoiler
2 POSITION ADJUSTABLE SPOILER

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Performance boot w/ back-country graceI skied on the 2020 green boot and it was amazing. The utility of a touring boot to get up the hill. But then to lock it down and have the renowned performance of a Lange boot for the downhill was awesome. I can't wait to tour and ski on the new XT3 140 Pro
Date published: 2020-08-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Race boot I can go on a walk withReally happy with the performance of this boot. I am a ex-racer so I want a lot of performance out of a boot. This one does it for me! After touring up, I am stoked to have a 140 flex with 97mm last. I know I will have all the control I need.
Date published: 2021-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Charging meets touringLange downhill performance becomes a true tour focused boot. Lightweight and stiffness combined with awesome range and bomber lock ski mode.
Date published: 2021-01-31
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Hello What is the foward lean angle on this boot ?

Asked by: Hans Ulrik
12.5
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-12-31

Why does the 140 promodel use grilamid while the 130 and 120 do not?

Asked by: Speedy
In order to get the extra stiffness for the 140 flex a different plastic is used.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-12-30

Hi, I wanted to know the forward lean on these boots. thks

Asked by: Birdman
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