“The foot is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art”
– Leonardo da Vinci
We couldn’t agree more.
Anatomy of a Zipfit
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Speed laces help to lock the heal in place.
Another Sven first. The removable strap helps to keep the tongue in place and hold the leg firmly.
Asymmetrical Tongue and Spoiler
To fit the asymmetrical anatomy of your feet and legs/ Protects leg from shell plastic
Neoprene Midfoot and Toe Box
Sock-like forefoot and toe freedom combined with ZipFit’s unique rear-foot stability improves balance and control. Triple insulated for warmth with Neoprene, Thinsulate and Marino Wool
Open Tongue Window
Relieves instep pressure
Stealth Honeycomb Rubber Laminate
Thousands of tiny honeycombs suction to the inside of your shell to minimize vibration and relieve stress to knees and quads
OMFit Cork Flow Composite
Pre-packed in three places – ankles, heels and tongue – to relieve pressure and provide unparalleled heal hold-down and support. OMFit ever hardens or packs out like foam liners
Unlike foam liners on the market, ZipFit liners are pre-packed with a unique resilient and self-molding cork composite (OMFit) that properly secures the heel and ankle in place. The anatomically designed pockets in the tongue, around the heel pocket, and ankle, which hold the OMFit cork can be accessed to add or remove material for the perfect fit if the volume of your foot and choice of ski boot shell needs any fit refinements. Because OMFit cork composite does not break down and retains its original volume, ZipFit liners consistently deliver superior energy transfer from your leg, through your foot, and to the ski all season long.
“ZipFit’s break in, when other’s break down” – Sven Coomer