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.
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I don't read French (my German is fair), but I know how to use web translators. According to the inter web, this is what the French Montagnes Magazine said about the Hagan Boost 94: (excerpts, click the link below to read the entire review in French)
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Tips for getting the best performance from Hagan hybrid climbing skins:
Tip 3. If it is quite cold and you have snow crystals on the skins, wipe them across your thigh a time or two to brush off the snow/ice. Because they aren't traditional glue, that quite effectively removes the snow (without sticking to your pants.)
With these tips, you will really enjoy the handling advantages and not needing to store them with plastic foils - ever!
HAGAN SKI TECHNICAL FEATURES