The all-new The Curv One 130 takes the top spot on Fischer's all-mountain wide last team, sitting close to the hike-enabled cousin Ranger One 130 to one side and just to the roomier side of medium-width fixed-cuff bro The Curv 130. See, One means wide. GT means narrow. And just The Curv? A medium width. The Curv One boots are designed for the widest common foot shapes based on over 25,000 3D foot scans using Fischer's iFit device but come appointed with all the same performance tier features as medium and narrow Curv boots, like mounted GripWalk soles, cam-buckle power strap, double liner pull loops and a specially modifiable liner tongue for tricky fits over the top of the foot.
Don't let the 101mm last marker fool you, testers said, because it fits as roomy as 102's. But that was not a critique, just an observation. Testers love the amount of space for the critical parts of the high volume foot: toebox, forefoot, instep, calf, and they like even more that the space is well cushioned by the liner.
Based on testers' experience with the hike enabled Ranger One 130, which The Curv One 130 lower mold is based off of we expect powerful, quick skiing (so long as the foot and leg can fill up this roomy boot). This was one model we weren't able to get on snow this Spring.
The Curv boots are all built on a platform of thinner shell walls where wrapping and compliance is needed and thicker shell walls where stability and power is maintained--for a total reduction in weight over former models in the Fischer line-up. All are designed on almost 30,000 foot scans to determine the best three models to offer all skiers an anatomical fit that suits their foot and leg volume. 130-flex The Curv models offer cam-buckle style power straps, with softer models outfitted with Velcro. All The Curv boots come mounted with GripWalk soles and an option on thin, Velcro fit pads for snugging the liner where needed.