Spine Skiroll Combi - A rollerskiing boot designed for both classic and skate technique.
The Spine Skiroll Combi is a boot designed to suit the needs of classic and skate skiers training in warmer weather. What sets these boots apart is that they use a classic sole in combination with a skating cuff. The classic sole has the flexibility necessary for diagonal stride, while the skating cuff provides stability for your ankle while balancing on one ski. The ankle cuff can also provide stability for double polling and striding on classic skis.
These boots are ideal for you if: You want to rollerski in comfort and safety with just one pair of boots.
Power Strap - A velcro strap and cuff to secure and stabilize the ankle.
Anatomic Last - Spine uses a combination of 3d scanning and printing of real feet in their development of lasts for the boots.
Speed Lacing System - A rugged yet user friendly method for boot retention. Provides maximum comfort and security.
Perforated Anatomic Footbed - A ventilated footbed developed by Spine to maximize comfort while rollerskiing.
Spine Viz - A combination of a bright blue and chartreuse to increase visibility on the road.
About Spine -
"...The history of Spine is that of business in Russia in the last 30 years. It all started with Fins."
Spine originated as a company located on the Volga river making swim fins in the early 90's. Three young chemical plant engineers found themselves out of work in the midst of their countries economic collapse. Despite their little knowlege of buisness, they continued to market and sell swim fins. Sometimes working up to 20 hours a day, they eventually reached market saturation in their region for fins and sought opportunities in a local military boot factory that had fallen on hard times. The three friends bought the factory and switched production entirely over to cross country ski boots in 1999.
Today, Spine is the worlds largest manufacturer of ski boots. Shipping over a million pairs annually domestically and all over Europe.