2021 Nordica Strider 95 Women's Ski Boots

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Nordica Strider 95 Womens Ski Boots

The adventure is all over the mountains, you just have to be able to access it. For skiers looking for the ultimate in performance and thrills, the Nordica Strider 95 women's ski boots are for you. These things can literally do it all, from ripping up the front side groomers while riding the lifts to endless backcountry powder. Thanks to the Dynafit tech fittings and the walk mode and the GripWalk soles and the lightweight shell and liner, the Nordica Strider 95 has something for everyone. The tech fittings have been a big breakthrough in the sport of alpine touring over the past few years, and now that they've got some high-end bindings and skis to pair with, the setups these days are pretty ridiculous. Thanks to the 95-flex rating, you don't have to be a powerful or aggressive skier to enjoy the versatility of the boots, now the fresh powder in the backcountry is available to smaller and more intermediate-level skiers. Of course, if you never want to ski uphill, that's fine too, the GripWalk soles fit in most modern bindings, and the boots with their 100 mm forefoot last are comfortable enough for most average-shaped feet. Overall, these boots are fantastic tools for true all-mountain skiing, from the early morning pre-lift skin laps to the never-ending vertical of high-speed lifts, the Nordica Strider 95 women's ski boot have it all going for them, and then some.


  • Flex: 95
  • Width: 100 mm
  • GripWalk Soles with Tech Fittings
  • 46-Degree Hike Mode Range
  • Four Buckle Design
  • 35 mm Power Strap
  • Cork Fit Liner
  • Ability Level: Intermediate and Advanced Skiers
2021 Nordica Strider 95 Women's Ski Boots
How do the Nordica Strider 95 Women’s boot 2022 differ from the 2021 or 2020 version?
Question by: Janice on Jan 18, 2022, 8:05 PM
Hi Janice,

it basically the same boot (Other than a graphics refresh) for 20/21 except the 2022 model has upgrades in the buckles and power strap for better micro-adjusting for fitting. Flex and last are the same as well as other features and over all build. I would go with the best priced boot for best value. Performance is just about identical.

Hope this helps.

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 20, 2022, 9:36 AM

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