Using 3D printing allows the skiboot to have three different insoles, with each one higher in the front part compared to the rear part.
Using 3D printing allows the skiboot to have three different insoles, with each one higher in the front part compared to the rear part.

Using 3D printing allows the skiboot to have three different insoles, with each one higher in the front part compared to the rear part. This guarantees a much better fitting of the heel in the boot and a bit more space for the toes, the company says.

The skiboot has a split insole and an integrated wedge. The wedge is connected with a regulator by a stick. By adjusting the regulator it is possible to change the wedge into three different positions and so also changing the height of the foot in the boot.

High stress maintenance

The whole structure of the skiboot has been made in Windform SP using selective laser sintering.

Windform SP, developed by CRP Technology, is a polyamide-based material reinforced with carbon fibers and is generally used in motorsports and aerospace. It is a highly ductile material and is waterproof. Windform SP can be used where there is high stress fatigue even in time type vibration or shock without the risk of breaking. 

The EasyStand 3D-printed skiboot won an award in the category of Ski product.