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December 22, 2017. I am totally into comfort. During winter, I’m totally into warmth and comfort. So when I heard about K2’s new Built For Comfort ski boots, I thought they might be the skier’s ultimate wish fulfillment. And they are.

From the first moment, they’re amazing. You just step right in. No struggling, no jamming your feet into what can feel like an imminent calf cramp or ankle injury. Nope. You just … step right in. So I was sold upon entry.

Then I was transported. My skis and K2 BFC boots were deep in powdery frozen water – my feet felt like they were at the beach. Your toes are happy. Your entire foot is happy. Your ankles are loose, flexible and strong. The wise, mature part of you says “caution. Because you feel like maybe, just maybe, you can ski better than you actually can. But, wait. Turns out you actually can. I’m not suggesting you throw caution to the wind. I’m just saying’ that warm feet and ankles actually work better, more efficiently, more powerfully.

You dare to edge and angulate more than before. Because you’re much more likely to be on your toes when you can really feel your toes. The ease and comfort somehow translate to an enhanced sense of stability and balance. You trust your feet more – and they deserve your trust.

The K2 BFC 100 Heat at Amazon

Take a ride:

Cost-Benefit Analysis
Ski boots are an investment, and these K2 BFC 100 Heats provide maximum return.

You’ll get many years of use, scores or hundreds of ski days – so their $550 price may translate to $5/day or less. $5 that totally makes your day. A few dollars that makes you forget about the prices of the lift ticket, the burger and fries and getting to and from the mountain.

$5 for an enhanced sense of stability and balance. And absolute comfort and warmth.

Train for skiing. Even if you don’t ski.

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