Hagan Core light ski touring boot ankle articulation

December 14, 2015 1 min read

10-second video showing the 60° ankle articulation of the Hagan Core ski touring boot with upper cuff open and closed. 60° ankle rotation essentially means unrestricted ankle movement. Not shown is use of the ski/walk mechanism, a simple slide up and down of the knob on the back of the boot.

 

Michael Hagen
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