Delight 65 InTemp
Delight 65 InTemp
Delight 65 InTemp

Delight 65 InTemp

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Elan Ski Delight 65 InTemp

Elan’s Delight 65 is the lightest ski boot and is perfect for beginner to intermediate female skiers who want customized comfort that ensures feet are relaxed and warm all day long. Also thanks to integrated heating of the boot. (ID RBAW0816)
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Elan’s Delight 65 is the lightest ski boot that offers comfort and performance for every day skiing on the mountain. It is perfect for beginner to intermediate female skiers who want customized comfort that ensures feet are relaxed and warm all day long. Thanks to unique InTemp technology with fully it’s integrated heating system in the toe part of the foot, and the 4Dry liner, feet are kept warm and dry all day long InTemp features an integrated heater above the toes, that heats only the most sensitive part of the feet, the toes, and doesn’t reduce circulation. To prevent any problem with installation, InTemp is powered by a battery integrated into the boot’s liner. For improved comfort you can set your perfect foot volume with the VCP system. Because every women has differently shaped calf muscles, these boots offer adjustable VCR and RMA systems that can be adjusted to provide maximum comfort. This boot features three aluminum buckles. Available with and without the InTemp system.

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