BOA® on ski boots? Yep, you read that right. It’s the biggest advancement in skiing, let alone boot fitting in sixty years. You’ve seen this feature on snowboard boots, bike shoes, and even running shoes, so it’s about time we put our heads together with the minds at BOA® Fit System to bring something new to skiing, with a laser focus on performance.
Harnessing the power of a BOA® Fit System, K2 engineers got to work delivering our most adjustable fit with performance-enhancing features. The Recon 120 BOA® boots boast a redesigned lower cuff, with an all-new shell, delivering a tighter toe seal.
Say goodbye to all your boot-fitting woes, with the new Recon 120 BOA® . Its redesigned shell delivers a better “wrap,” and a more even pressure distribution across the foot. Gone are traditional pain hotspots caused by overtightened buckles, the Recon 120 BOA® boots are outfitted with a micro-adjustable fit, even pressure distribution and an unmatched heel hold.
We’ve named this all-new boot last our MultiFit™️ last, ranging from 97mm -104mm. Fitting a wide range of feet right out of the box and eliminating the need for both a “Low Volume” and “Mid Volume” fit.
There’s so much tech inside the Recon 120, it’s hard to know where to start. A heat-moldable liner provides the perfect balance between comfort and support. We’ve integrated internal and external J-Bars to ensure proper heel hold and made the toebox seamless, making the fitting process smooth as silk.
Building on the success of boot board technology, we’ve added customizable heel inserts to be able to fine-tune the feel. The boot board inside the Recon 120 BOA® comes with a rigid and responsive heel insert, and this boot also ships with a softer, damper, Harshmellow™️ insert for more impact absorption.
The leader in performance ski boots just got upped a notch. Get your eyes on (and your feet in) the new Recon 120 BOA®, and be a part of the next wave of ski technology.
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MultiFIT Last (97-104)
forward lean (degrees)
12 (14 w/ wedge)