This slick (literally) device makes putting on ski or snowboard boots a breeze. Simply slip the Horn inside your boot liner, right along the back and slide your foot in, the smooth Duraslip material helps your heel to freely slide down into the boot. Pull on the sturdy nylon leash to remove the Horn. It's also helpful when replacing liners into shells after removal for drying. We love this product! See the product video tab for an informative how-to.
- Measures 11.5" overall and is 8.5" at the widest point.
- Instructions are printed on the Boot Horn in case you forget.
- Snazzy red color.
- Sold each.
- Made in the USA
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I have ankles that don't any longer extend enough to get into downhill boots; I once tore the tongue out of my right boot trying to get into it. The boot horn works wonderfully well, has no moving parts and rolls up tidily, making it easy to stuff into my go-bag.
This boot horn works exactly as advertised and is one of the greatest "helpers" imaginable if you have a hard time getting your boots on. Worth every penny!
Wow! What a difference this makes! I discovered it on U-tube. I have large feet and it has always be a fight getting my boots on. But this makes is SOOOO easy I can't believe it! This is a must-have for me now.
The boot horn works. I have been moving a lot of liners between boots as I tried to dial in the fit of my touring setup. This device makes the process much easier. It is attached to my boot bag now.
Best thing since sliced bread
What a difference this simply elegant device makes to my wife in putting on her older clamshell boots. No more groans or complaints.
I ended up buying two of them over the past few months, one to keep with us in the car, the second one at home. It is a thin slippery piece of plastic, easily bendable. It serves two purposes: it helps to get your foot into the ski boot by reducing friction between your heel and the liner as the foot slides in, and it helps to get liners into the shell, when you need to take them out and get them back in. It is quite thin, has the right shape to not get into the heel pocket, and a thought-through design with a rope "handle". My son loves it because now he can get into his Raptors himself without my help. I also find it quite useful. I can only wonder why someone did not invent such a simple but useful thing before.
This boot aid helps with getting your ski boots on, as it minimizes the friction on the heel, as it slides in. It is still my recommendation to warm the boots prior to putting them on. Helpful tool.