Comfort, maximum safety and elevated foot sensibility are only a few of the characteristics on the new Forma Pilot MX boot with an updated F.C.S anti-torsion.
- Synthetic material upper
- Personalized MX-B compound double density rubber sole for increased abrasion resistance and longer durability
- Bonded MX-B sole (featuring Goodyear stitching directly to the I.N.&F.S. midsole) for enhanced rigidity and long-lasting use
- F.C.S. (Flex Control System) with anti-torsion and double rear stop
- Injection moulded plastic protections
- Personalized rubber heat gripper protector
- Adjustable velcro closure
- Replaceable/adjustable aluminum articulated “Evo Security Lock” buckles
- “Security Lock” strap holder
- Padded inner lining
- Polyurethane nylon reinforcements
- Soft polymer padding with memory foam
- I.N.&F.S. (Incorporated Nylon & Fiberglass Shank) midsole
- Anti-bacterial replaceable footbed with A.P.S. (Air Pump System) and spare Eva Anti-shock inserts included
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