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I have a new (no box) pair of Atomic Tracker 130 AT boots. these have never seen snow.

26.5 MP boots 

ready for some sick BC lines. 

I got these from a barter (they are too big for me)

Let me know if you want any more information.

 

Price 350 OBO (new they are 800)

 

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Atomic Tracker 130 Alpine Touring Ski Boots

The Atomic Tracker 130 Alpine Touring Ski Boots are built for skiers who want the freedom of movement of an AT boot without sacrificing anything on the downhill. With a 130 flex rating and Atomic's Enduro chasis, the Tracker 130 offers bombproof downhill performance. Yet if you're in need of climbing freedom, the Trackers open up 20˚ with just a flip of a switch, for easy uphill access. If you're a sidecountry slayer who doesn't mind the skintrack either, the Tracker 130 is for you.

Fit
Enduro Chasis - Atomic's podium-proven race technology has been combined with all mountain versatility for a fit that's the best of both worlds. A more agressive geometry gives skiers the the confidence to attack steeper more aggressive lines, while the outsole offers better power transmission on wider skis.
Liner
ASY Pro T3 Liner - Atomic's Asymmeric liner construction offers a thermo-moldable tongue, toe box and heel pocket, each designed for the left or right foot. This better fit allows for increased comfort and better power transmission.
4-way stretch toe box
Alcantara micro fiber lining
Therm-ic prepared
Shell Materials
1 component shell
Stance
1 mm offset shell
0˚ shell rotation
16-18˚ forward lean angle
Power Strap
55 mm Dual RS powerstrap
Ski/Walk Mode
Power Control Release - By releasing the cuff from the lower shell, the Power Control Release system offers 20˚ of freedom of movement for long uphill slogs, but flip the switch for the descent and you have a freeride charger that transfers power to your ski like a race boot.

Specs

  • Ability Level: Advanced-Expert
  • Ski Boot Flex: Very Stiff
  • Flex Index: 130
  • Forefoot Width: 98 mm
  • Number of Buckles: 4
  • Binding Compatibility: ISO Alpine

 

 

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Edited by SkiBumNP - 1/4/13 at 10:00am