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Ski Boots -  fischer The CURV GT 130 VAC GW
Ski Boots -  fischer The CURV GT 130 VAC GW
Ski Boots -  fischer The CURV GT 130 VAC GW
Ski Boots -  fischer The CURV GT 130 VAC GW
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2022-2023

FISCHER
The CURV GT 130 VAC GW




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Ski equipment - Ski Boots - FISCHER The CURV GT 130 VAC GW

Product code: U05122

EAN:9002972766763

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The Curv GT family is highlighted by race room performance with all-day comfort features. Extremely light, with a snug fit, and adjustable forward lean, the CURV GT 130 can be set up for any level of aggressive skiing. The lace-up, thermoformable IFZ Performance liner provides a customizable fit. Individual fit pads can be velcro attached to the liner to adjust fit as needed. Boot board height and angle can be adjusted with the included heel wedge plus the option of VACUUM fitting complete the customizable package.

Excellent Walkability

The Curv GT differentiates itself from competition race boots through the use of GripWalk® soles. These rockered and rubber textured soles enable a comfortable stride and ensure ultimate grip across all types of terrain encountered during a day at the ski resort.

Lightweight Shell

The proprietary Fischer VACUUM material used in these shells delivers impressive ski performance and greatly reduces weight, making for an enjoyable ski day. This shell material has a predictable, supportive flex that does not vary much with temperature, enabling you to ski with confidence. VACUUM shells are also incredibly customizable and allow you and your bootfitter to find the perfect fit.

Stiffness: 130

Last: 98mm

Weight (g): 1840g / 314mm (27.5cm)

Performance-Level: High Performance LV

 

3D Pre Shaped Ankle

Preformed ankle pockets perfectly match the foot anatomy providing a snug comfortable fit.

Adjustable Boot Board

A removable wedge in the heel of the boot board lets you effortlessly adjust the ramp angle of your foot so that your stance is balanced, stable and comfortable.

Adjustable Forward Lean

A newly developed mechanism allows you easily adjust the forward lean by 3°. The more upright 13-14° setting is a more neutral, comfort-oriented stance; the 16-17° angle is better suited to a more aggressive skiing style.

Lace Liner

Liner with laces preinstalled provides a compact fit and more support in the shell and for the foot, especially over the instep and across the heel.

Phatt Maxx

50mm wide power strap for enhance power and pressuer transfer. Yields exceptional power transmission and precision handling.

Quick Fix Strap Closure

This power strap closure mechanism allows the strap to be easily opened and, especially in icy conditions, foregoing the need to fully rethread the tail of the strap.

VACUUM

Shells are moldable at 80°C through VACUUM and ZONE FIT process. Dynamic plastic that improves skiing experience, plus greater temperature stability and 15% less weight.

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Fischer:
The company was founded in 1924 by Josef Fischer, Sr., a cartwright, in Ried im Innkreis, northeast of Salzburg, Austria. In addition to making wagons, he made an occasional pair of skis. By 1934, the company had significantly expanded it ski manufacturing, with 30 employees, and selling 2,000 pairs of handmade skis in the United States alone. Following the conclusion of World War II, Josef Fischer, Jr. became involved in the reconstruction of the company. In 1949, Fischer developed the first ski press to speed up production, which was still by hand. By 1956, the company employed 137 craftsmen, and was manufacturing 53,000 pairs of skis annually. In that year, Fischer adopted its three-triangle logo. In 1964, the company completed a new factory on the outskirts of town, featuring a state-of-the-art computerized sawmill. Fischer also introduces metal skis for the first time, on which Egon Zimmerman wins the downhill at the 1964 Winter Olympics. By 1967, the company had 775 employees, and produced 330,000 pairs of skis. The company has devoted considerable research efforts over the years to develop skis for racing, including alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, and skis for attempting the world speed record.

The bare facts of the 12l13 Nordic World Cup season speak for themselves: five of the seven large and eight of the thirteen small crystal globes are won by athletes of the Fischer Racing Team. In the Nordic disciplines 70% of the athletes make it to the podium with Fischer skis and 41% are also successful with Fischer boots. This means that Fischer is the most successful ski and boot brand in the World Cup for the fourth time in succession


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