Madshus Introduces New PVC-Free Race Performance Boots

Audrey ManganNovember 18, 2011

Designed from the ground-up to transfer power efficiently, Madshus boots use innovative hybrid and full MemBrain® softshell constructions to ensure breathability and water-resistance for warmth and comfort. The flexible softshell constructions also provide excellent fit, molding to the diverse contours of the foot. As the company presents new 2011 designs, Madshus continues to develop exceptional boot constructions that are entirely PVC-free, maintaining their commitment to lessening environmental impact while pioneering new standards of fit and feel. Here are a few of the 201102012 highlights:

New PVC-Free Race Performance Boots: The new Hyper C, Hyper U, Metis C, and Metis U boots feature a redesigned upper profile for a more flexible, relaxed boot. Built with PVC-Free softshell MemBrain®, the Hyper and Metis boots provide competitive skiers with a comfortable, supple, forefoot flex, all in value-oriented Race Performance boots.

Hyper C: With a redesigned upper profile for a more flexible, relaxed boot, the Hyper C provides competitive skiers with a comfortable, supple, forefoot flex at a great value.

Sizes: 38 – 48, SRP: $155

Madshus Hyper C

Hyper U: These flexible, easily conforming comfortable boots with a supportive combi cuff are great for younger racers and the occasional competitor who can only own one performance boot. Delivering the performance needed for skate, classic and pursuit.

Sizes: 38 – 48, SRP: $185

Madshus Hyper U

Metis C: Redesigned with its counterpart, the Hyper C, the softshell construction fits a woman’s foot for proven performance – the ideal Race Performance boot at an affordable price.

Sizes: 85 – 43, SRP: $155

Madshus Metis C

Metis U: Perfect for the recreational woman who wants one boot for it all. Metis U provides skate and classic performance in a value-oriented women’s competition boot.

Sizes: 35 – 43, SRP: $185

Madshus Metis U

Audrey Mangan

Audrey Mangan (@audreymangan) is an Associate Editor at FasterSkier and lives in Colorado. She learned to love skiing at home in Western New York.

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