MEN'S AND WOMEN'S BOOTS
Men's and women's ski boots are ergonomically adapted to the differences in body shape, especially the calf. Women's calves are generally lower than those of men.
The shank (the upper part of the boot) of a women's ski boot is usually lower and flares out at the top, with a specific shape at the back so that the boot adapts to the shape of the calf.
Women are usually more sensitive to cold, and are therefore more prone to circulation and venous return problems, which is why women's ski boots are warmer.
Another important factor to consider when choosing ski boots is the flex or stiffness of the boot. The flex index ...