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Factor 130 Ski Boot

$739.00 $332.55 USD


  • Factor 130 Ski Boot
  • Factor 130 Ski Boot


Item# BD120101BLAK2401
$739.00 $332.55 USD

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In 2008, Black Diamond started a revolution in skiing by introducing the Factor, a freeride-inspired alpine boot with a walk mode. That innovation continues with the new Factor 130. Now with a completely new liner, this powerful boot is warmer, stiffer and better fitting than its predecessor. For hard chargers who simply need one boot to do it all, this Flex 130 boot continues its tradition of no-boundaries, no-compromise skiing performance. It includes BD Alpine Sole Blocks, and is compatible with BD AT Sole Blocks with integrated tech inserts (sold separately).

  • Stiffer and more powerful than the Factor 110
  • Triax Pro Frame with Flex 130 and 20 degrees of resistance-free touring motion
  • New plastic liner tongue for a smooth, evenly distributed flex, plus an extra-wide power strap
  • New thermoformable Power Fit Liner features a 3:1 Freeride Series Boa closure system, aerogel-insulated strobel base and articulating zones for touring comfort
  • Equipped with BD Alpine Sole Blocks and compatible with BD AT Sole Blocks with integrated tech inserts (sold separately)

Tech Specs

Series :   Power Series
Weight Per Pair :   [Size 27] 4 kg (9 lb)
Boot Liner :   Power Fit (Thermoformable)
Frame Technology :   Triax Pro
Flex Index :   130
# Buckles :   4
Sole Blocks :   Alpine

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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by boot I think the biggest issue I can see with this boot is the tongue stiffness but need to wait til next season to try them out. ;) May 12, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Alpine ski boot There is already a lot of reviews, so I will just echo a few of the sentiments. I read this boot is like an alpine ski boot with a walk mode, I could not agree more. And that is exactly what I wanted. I have used it for inbounds (or near resorts) hikes and they have been fantastic. The feel very stiff, the more you crank the boa lace the stiffer they seem to be. (I think more than my last pair of alpine ski boots which also have a flex of 130) I also agree with many others that them seem a bit small. I normally wear a size 9 street shoe (26.5 in all other ski boots) Bought this in 27.0 and they feel plenty snug. April 6, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent All-Around Ski Boot I bought my first pair 3 seasons ago. I wanted a reasonably stiff boot with walk mode that I could wear 6-7 hours a day as a ski instructor in Tahoe. And they have delivered. I wore out the toe and heel pieces that were easily replaced and I also bought a new liner after the second season (120+ days). This last summer I could not pass up the closeout price and bought another pair for this season and left the original ones in New Zealand for next year teaching down there. Oh, and I have used them in the backcountry for the occasional skin and they are awesome. December 25, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bomber, but snug If one were to put on a blindfold and put the Factor 130 onto one foot, and a standard alpine boot on the other foot, I doubt you'd be able to state that the 130 was an AT boot - that is, until you put the boot into 'walk' mode. The 130 provides exceptional support where it needs to. The BOA system is excellent. The only reason it didn't receive a fifth star is that it fits quite narrow and comparatively short (I typically ski a 28.0 mondo, purchased a 28.5, and am needing a very thin sock to avoid hot spots or blisters). October 22, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sizing is OFF This boot seems fantastic but sizing is off by one whole number. I ordered 28.5 -which I regularly use on other brands- and my fingers were cramped. I returned and ordered 29 and same situation happened, toes were way too tight. I should have ordered 29.5 from the very beginning (nevertheless by the time I returned the first pare 29.5 was sold out). Yes I recommend this boot but remember to jump your size by a whole number to avoid returning twice. May 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Do it all Great all around boot with performance focused on the downhill. The fully replaceable toes/heels are critical since I work on a scree pile of a mountain. They fit a little loose on my skinny ankles and are just right for my slightly wide feet. They aren't the lightest, but the payoff is downhill performance. April 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best boot I ever used for both downhill and ski touring. I have used these for 4 years on everything in the Chamonix valley, plus ski touring including the Haute Route. Best boot I ever wore. Set up the buckle and then just use the cable tensioner for the inner to fine adjust. I wear the boot all day - whether skining up or skiing down - and never have to adjust for comfort. I heard they will stop using the cable tensioner on the inner boot on the next models 2013-4? I simply cannot believe it given the combination of comfort and precison it delivers. April 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great boots! I have owned and skied in these for two years, and they are great. Very comfortable, good fit, and stiff enough to be sensitive and responsive. I will seriously consider buying another pair when the time comes to replace the ones I have. I am an expert level skier, have skied since I was in the first grade, back in the 1960's, and used to work in a ski shop. March 23, 2014
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