When it comes to sandwiches, you can have the best bread in the world, but if the filling isn’t good, no one will want to eat it. The same goes for boots, if the liner isn’t up to scratch, then the whole boot falls by the wayside.
The Deeluxe X-Plorer uses their swanky, fully heat-mouldable Thermo-Flex Liner to allow for all-day comfort. It’ll take on the shape of your foot to minimise blister-causing movement, and to dial in the perfect fit. The neoprene toe box adds some extra stretch around the front of the boot to account for foot splay, whilst the supportive footbed alleviates foot fatigue.
“The Deeluxe X-Plorer uses their swanky, fully heat-mouldable Thermo-Flex Liner to allow for all-day comfort”
This isn’t a boot for seshing the park, it’s not insanely stiff, but it’s too heavy duty to be hitting rails all day long. This is a boot for serious mountaineers, who want to explore the mountain and have the utmost confidence that their gear will hold up no matter how harsh the conditions. Adventuring, touring, skinning, recceing, traversing, breaking trail- the X-Plorer is ready and raring.
Florian Heim – Marketing Manager, Deeluxe
“For the X-plorer we’ve revived the silhouette of our top-notch backcountry boots from a few years ago – the Spark Summit. This classic silhouette combined with state-of-the-art technology make the X-plorer the go-to boot for your next adventure.
Since the look and colourway of the X-plorer is inspired by hiking shoes we thought that this boot will mainly get the attention of backcountry focused riders. Surprisingly, we quickly found out that the boot attracted pretty much all kinds of riders. While you might have seen the X-plorer being ridden in the natural selection tour, it is quite likely that you’ll also see the boot next time at your local park or even the streets. The boot is of course equipped with a Vibram sole that keeps you safely on track during your next ascents, but not only performs well in the backcountry: After all, the X-plorer is a great all-terrain snowboard boot. ”