Close-fitting boots made from stiff plastic are worn that hold the feet tightly to create a sturdy connection between the legs and the skis. The boots are closed and secured by a number of clips, the thick padding of the boot surrounds the lower leg, and the thick sole of the boot is attached to the ski. Usually rear-entry boots are used during speed skiing.
Updated On : 08 Mar, 2017
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