Nordica Womens Sportmachine 85 W Alpine Ski Boot - 18/19 Model


Nordica Women's Sportmachine 85 W Alpine Ski Boot - 18/19 Model


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The Sportmachine 85 W turns heads and pleases feet. With a wider last and softer shell, it places an emphasis on comfort - without sacrificing performance. It offers a smooth and responsive ride that boosts confidence and control. 

The boot’s shell and liner can readily be customized for a personal fit. Primaloft® insulation offers additional warmth and a dual entry instep makes it especially easy to get in and out of the boot. And its cuff can be fine-tuned to better cradle the contours of your leg, creating a neutral stance that enhances balance and minimizes fatigue. 

As comfortable as it is confident, the Sportmachine 85 W is at home anywhere on the mountain.

  • One pair of women's alpine ski boots
  • Oven customization liner
  • Infrared customization shell
  • 5355 PU soles
  • Bimat PU shell with easy-entry soft flap, waterproofing Weathershield
  • Bimat PU cuff
  • Precision Fit Primaloft footprint 
  • Buckles: Two micro alu (cuff); two micro alu (shell)
  • Spoiler: ACP
  • Powerstrap: 35mm
  • Canting: Double
  • Volume: High
  • Skier level: Intermediate to advanced

Product Features:

Last 102mm
Flex 85
Shell material Bimat PU
Recommended use All mountain
Lining Precision Fit W Primaloft (double loop; heat ready)
Number of buckles 4
Size / Weight Women's

Style Number: NOR050R34002B6235, NOR050R34002B6245, NOR050R34002B6255, NOR050R34002B6265

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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.