A Built For Comfort women's ski boot that's easy to put on and remove!
The 2021 Women's BFC 80W Ski Boots
Your price now $299.95
| MSRP $ 400.00
| In stock
The K2 BFC 80W ski boots is an all mountain ski boot designed for intermediate to advanced level women skiers. K2 uses a combination of their PowerFuse SpYne to absorb vibrations stemming from snow and terrain while ensuring optimal energy delivery to the ski. The K2 BFC 80W ski boot offers a slightly wider than average fit. The K2 BFC 80 women's ski boot is built for all day comfort. K2 built the BFC 80W from the ground up and designed with help from ski shop boot fitters to give you the best possible fit.
Features of the K2 BFC 80 women's ski boot ...
Skill level- Designed for intermediate to advanced women skiers.
Flex- A 80 flex rating on a scale of 40 to 120 so right in the middle.
Width- 103mm wide. Just a little wider than the average width for comfort.
CUSHfit Liner- K2 wanted to make sure you you're comfortable so they installed a CushFit liner with fur lining. To achieve the best fit, the liner should be heated by a ski shop boot fitter so they mold to your foot. Only select ski shops have been chosen by K2 to make sure you get the proper boot fitting experience.
Easy on, easy off!- Many ski boots are difficult to put on and take off. Not the BFC. K2 uses a dual material lower shell that allows the boot to go on easy and be taken off just as easy.
Grip Walk soles- These soles make walking eaiser in ski boots. Keep in mind, your bindings must be GripWalk compatable.
Powerfuse Spyne for precision skiing
4 micro adjustable aluminum buckles and velcro power strap for a precise fit.
Upper Cuff Alignment Index for a precise stance.
Front and rear liner grips to assist with putting on and carrying.
2 year warranty
Not available for shipping outside the USA
Our comments- The K2 BFC 80W has many features that is normally found on higher priced boots. And the simple black, white and silver graphics means it will go with almost any ski.
All this time I thought ski boots were designed to be uncomfortable. When the problem was I had the wrong boot. Rick at Alpine sized me and put me in two boots. He wrote down which pair I would like best. It was either the one he recommended or the one my friend recommended. It was no contest. The K2 BFC won and thats what he had written down He explained the ski boots selects me and my foot shape, not me selecting the just any ski boot. Go see Rick for the best explanation and fit of ski boots.