The Nordica Hot Rod 8.0W is a great boot for the gal who is a strong intermediate skier that will take on the entire mountain. The Fur lined Womens Precision Fit Liner is soft, cushy and easy to slide on. At 102mm across the Hot Rod 8.0W fits right in the middle, not too narrow, not too wide. Ladies if you have an average foot width this boot will fit you great. The Hot Rod 8.0W is equipped with Nordicas Full Shock Eraser is a dampening system built into the tongue, toes, calf, and boot board of the boot. Having a good suspension system will smooth out the ride, and absorb negative vibrations as you make fast and furious turns down the mountain. A 40mm strap acts like a fifth buckle for added support and rebound. Four micro adjustable buckles will help you get your fit dialed in just right. The Natural Foot Stance is an abducted stance (toes pointing outward, the way you would naturally stand) helps you increase your energy transfer and balance. The Nordica Hot Rod 8.0W is a great boot for women that have a narrow to medium wide foot, will ski it all leaving the family, and the rest of the group behind.
Full Shock Eraser Dampening System
Natural Foot Stance
Fur Lined Womens Precision Liner
Upper Cuff Buckles Have Macro Adjustments
Fits a Narrow to Medium in Both the Forefoot and Cuff
The Nordica Hot Rod 8.0W Boot Does Not Get Wet ... It Keeps You Nice And Warm ... It Does Not Leak Water ... I Ski On Spirit Mountain With These Ski Boots All The Time ... If You Get These Boots You Got The Best Pair Of Ski Boots Around For Racing, Cutting And Curving ... 5 ***** Stars ... Take It From Me Michelle Ann ... Thank You From: Michelle Ann (*-*) !!!!!!!
This '80' version looks built just like the 105 Hot Rod boots I just purchased in 2012. They leak like crazy.Never had wet boots before in 40 yrs. Got a replacement, they leak too.Tried duct tape, kept some water out.Now that my feet were mostly dry, the boots are just plain ice cold.Very poor insulation. My feet don't really sweat much or at all,and they've never ever been cold skiing.Now what am I supposed to do. Freezing feet (in sunny hard pack conditions) Duct tape all over my [$] new boots, and still freezing.... What's up Nordica?