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WEDZE Women's Freeride Ski Boots Wedze Flex 100 FR 900 - Blue

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Our designers have created these boots for advanced and demanding Freeriders seeking power and good foot support without compromising on comfort A powerful boot with good foot support, progressive flex to facilitate Freeriding and a heat-moulding liner for superior support and comfort

Technical Information


Polyethylene liner, 3mm thick heat-moulding material. By heating your liner, you can compress the foam to make room and increase comfort. Shock Absorber Area system in the heel for cushioning the shocks on bumps or jumps.

What is the heat moulding feature of a ski boot liner for?

Some liners use so-called heat-mouldable foam. This means that the foam of the liner can be heated to conform to the shape of your feet and the shell of the boot. This improves the fit between the liner and the shell and creates more space for your foot, so that they are more comfortable.
Ski with your boots for at least 2 days before deciding if you need to heat-mould them. Sometimes the foot just needs to get used to skiing again

How to heat-mould your liners

1- Preheat the convection oven to 80°C.
2- Remove the liners from the shells.
3- Remove the insoles from your liners.
4- Put the liner in the oven for 8 minutes only.
5- Remove the liners from the oven.
6- Put the soles inside the liners.
7- Put the liners in the boots.
8- Put the boots on and fasten each hook on the middle setting.
9- Wait for 8 minutes at room temperature before removing the boot.
There you go, you are ready to ski

Hook adjustment

4 micro-metric aluminium buckles and two 3-position buckles at the shin, including one that can be adjusted without tools, to fit every calf size. Wide strap for powerful and easy tightening of the cuff.


Fine foot (last 100mm), Polyethylene heat-moulding liner: 3mm heat-moulding foam all the way around the foot. Lightweight and comfortable liner. Preformed foam on the malleolus. Flexible material so that the shape of the liner adapts more easily to the climbing and walking phases. In case of discomfort after a few days of use, it is possible to heat-mould your liner.

What is the flex?

To provide an indication of boot rigidity, brands assign a flex rating to every boot. This figure determines the rigidity of the whole boot: the higher its value, the stiffer the shell. It is generally considered that a flex of 70 is for average to intermediate level skiers. A flex from 70 to 90 is for intermediate skiers. Beyond this value, the products are aimed at advanced skiers. Well-built skiers can go up one level.

How do you try on ski boots

Once your foot is in the boot, fasten the buckles to the midpoint. Can you go further? This means the volume of the boot isn't right for you. Once you've fastened your boots, you need to flex 3 times while pushing your calves forward (put your hands on your knees), which will push your heel back into the boot. Stand up: your foot should touch the end of the shell. When you flex, your foot should move backwards so you can no longer feel the end.

How to get your ski boots on easily

Pull the tongue forwards and towards the outside of the feet: this allows you to fully open up the shell and facilitates foot entry.

How to make a ski boot more comfortable

There are many options for making your foot more comfortable in a ski boot. A ski boot must be tight fitting. To improve the support, you can get soles that are tailored to the shape of your foot arch, volume reducers and heel boosters.

How to avoid having cold feet

Although it is often forgotten, drying the liner is the most effective way to avoid having cold feet. Even at -10°C, the foot sweats and the liner cannot dry by itself in its plastic shell, even over several days. Ideally, it should be removed every day. There is the option to use boot dryers that are more convenient because there is no need to remove the liner, you just plug them in!

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Composition / advice

Upper of
100.00% Polypropylene (PP)
Lining and sock of
100.00% Polyester (PES)
Outer sole of
100.00% Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU)
Warm lining
100.00% Polyester (PES)
Care instructions: Dry after each usage. Dry in a dry and ventilated place.
Stock advice Dry your boots before putting them away. Store them with the hooks closed in a ski boot bag and in a warm room.

Our commitments

Guarantee : 2 Years

Product benefits

Rigidity A progressive flex 100 for more comfort in different snow.
Cushioning PU shell so that the boots play their cushioning role.
Freedom of movement Skiwalk: 42° rotation in walking position, making ascent easier
Fit High upper and 4 hooks providing support suited to advanced freeriders
User comfort Heat-moulding liner for superior comfort and foot support.
Easy dressing Lycra lining for easy on/off.
Warmth Insulating liner and sole to keep warm
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