Nordica Childrens Little Belle 3 Alpine Ski Boot - 16/17 Model


Nordica Children's Little Belle 3 Alpine Ski Boot - 16/17 Model


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No matter how old your skier is, Nordica's® Junior boot collection has a boot that will support your child throughout his progression. This boot is comfortable and easy to put on and remove.

A 45 degree buckle provides maximum heel retention by locking the heel into the rear pocket of the boot while ensuring forefoot comfort and warmth. It also allows for super easy entry and exit of the boot no matter the temperature!
  • One pair of children's alpine boots
  • Three piece shell design
  • 45 degree closure
  • Combined liner and shell design for easy entry
  • Hand-stitched liner for improved comfort and performance
  • Cuff material: SEBS
  • Zeppa material: PP
  • Footbed: Comfort Fit
  • Suggested use: All mountain

Product Features:

Flex 45
Shell material SEBS
Liner Comfort Fit
Buckle Three
Size / Weight Kids'

Style Number: NOR050844009E2205

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In 1939, after years of experience as traders in hides, two brothers Adriano and Oddone Vaccari founded "Nordica" in Montebelluna, making casual footwear. In the after-war years Nordica specialized in ski boots, although continuing to supply the market with cross-country ski shoes and climbing boots.

The sixties saw radical transformations including the introduction of the buckle, a fastening system conceived in Austria and applied for the first time in Italy by Nordica.

The great innovation of 1968, however, was the all-polyurethane ski boot; specific molds (one for the right boot and one for the left) and injection presses were developed.

In 2003, the Nordica brand was purchased by the Tecnica group. The new corporate strategy is aimed at the ski sector with particular attention being paid to the racing and competition product. The feeling between some celebrated names in skiing and the Nordica brand is confirmed once again by the great performances in the world cup and by the recent world championships in St. Moritz.