Ski boots
For maximum comfort and grip

Stable and flexible – the right ski boots for you

Choosing the right ski boots is essential to power transfer during skiing, as they act as a direct connection between the body, the skis and the slopes. With models from the brands Atomic, Rossignol, Salomon & Nordica – and Dalbello for children – there is a wide selection to choose from.

The key factor when it comes to picking the right ski boots is the flex, which indicates the stiffness of the shoe. In other words, the greater the flex, the harder the shoe. With a flex of 70-80 for beginners and 110-130 for professionals, Bründl Sports has something for skiers of all abilities.

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Examples of models in this category

If you are looking for a specific model, please write us this in your reservation in the field "model request" in the personal data!

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Nordica Speedmachine 95 Damen
Nordica Speedmachine 110
Rossignol Alias 80
Rossignol Kiara 60 Damen
Salomon X Pro R 100
Salomon X Pro RM
Salomon X Pro W SE

Free model change possible at any time

Examples of models in this category

If you are looking for a specific model, please write us this in your reservation in the field "model request" in the personal data!

Model 2
Model 1
Model 3
Model 4
Nordica Speedmachine 95 Damen
Nordica Speedmachine 110
Rossignol Alias 80
Rossignol Kiara 60 Damen
Salomon X Pro R 100
Salomon X Pro RM
Salomon X Pro W SE

Free model change possible at any time

How do I find the right ski boot?

Anyone who's experienced the difference between a ski boot that pinches and a perfectly snug pair truly knows to appreciate the services of our team.

To find the right ski boot, we follow these steps:

  • Measuring your exact shoe size with a calliper rule
  • Identifing suitable models
  • Trying on the different ski boots

It is important that you do not just try on the ski boots while sitting, as the feet take on a different position in the shoe when you're seated. If you bend your knees while standing and your toes do not touch the tips of the shoes in this classic ski position, then you've found the perfect size.

However, if the shoe still does not fit perfectly, we also offer insoles in the shop to prevent bruises or burning feet syndrome.

Fabian Stiepel holding a ski boot in his hands

What should you look for in ski boots?

Even if you have found the right ski boots, small things often go unnoticed that quickly make wearing them uncomfortable.

To avoid this, we'll teach you a few tips and tricks for fighting bruises.

  • Your ski socks should always be pulled up over the calf and the edge of the shoe to prevent bruises and friction points.
  • Similar problems can also occur when socks are too large or trousers are stuffed into the boots.
  • In addition, we recommend closing your ski boots only after getting out of the cable car and opening them immediately after your descent.

This allows the blood in your legs to circulate freely, meaning you will not get cold feet on the slopes as quickly. Annoying bruises and other complaints, too, will become a thing of the past.

Getting into a skiboot with the help of the shop assistant

Find your ideal skis now

There's definitely something for you in our wide product range