Rating: / 5
This year's test of the new Vacuum Trinity 110 was the perfect proving ground for Fischer's claims that its proprietary process permits shell adaptation to a skier's desired stance angles: fore/aft, lateral, and torsional. Well, the morph magic works. After the molding, every tester reported the boot was well balanced for her stance and style of skiing. And with a perfect fit. While solid enough, it was quickness and accuracy that sealed the deal for testers-a top pick. "Snug, comfortable, quick, and confidence-inspiring." Notes: In addition to Vacuum properties the boot's simple set-up offers "Racing Canting" upper cuff adjustment shims for a solid lateral connection between upper and lower, replaceable toe and heel plates, and the HIPE (high insulation polyethylene) liner with pull loops at rear and tongue.