Salomon S/Lab Carbon Classic Prolink
Experience precision engineered in its purest form with Salomon's highest performing race boot. Built on a lightweight carbon frame with a pre-shaped, moldable 3D liner for unmatched fit.
Feel the speed and precision of the future with the carbon chassis which delivers a new level of precision and energy transmission from your foot to the ski.
A pre-shaped, 3D liner becomes fully customizable when heated so it molds around the foot for a perfect fit, superior hold and comfort.
The full carbon shell construction keeps the weight down and performance way up.
This innovative SensiFit™ technology is strategically positioned on the shell to perfectly hold the liner and your foot in place, offering perfect foot wrapping and precision.
Salomon’s most advanced boot construction features a high-performing outer shell and an exchangeable liner that delivers perfect fit over time.
Stability, control and power transmission. Good forefoot flexion for classic style and stiff rear part for perfect torsion to flexion rigidity ratio.
Comfort, support and power transmission.
A totally PVC free construction, doing its part in helping the environment in accordance to Salomon’s Play Minded program.
Salomon's well-known one-pull lacing system for precise and snug fit; kevlar laces that go through polygliding hooks.
100 Racing Fit
Performance last for maximum foothold and precision.
3D Pre-shaped Liner
3D Construction vs. traditional 2D pattern. Solves instant pressure points around ankle and heel to offer unmatched foothold.
Double Step-in Strap
Conveniently placed on the top of the tongue and cuff, these two small straps make it easier to open the boot and step in.
Custom Fit Lab
100% fit with fully thermo-formable liner adapting to the heel, ankle and toe areas.
Designed to better protect your feet from snow and water, this waterproof zipper covers the laces and ensures your feet stay dry longer.
ClimaSalomon WP Membrane
Salomon’s highly waterproof ClimaSalomon™ WP Membrane tests at 100.000 mm on the Schmerber scale, where more than 30.000 mm is already considered suitable for extreme conditions.