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Out of Bounds – E229 – Boot Talk with Christoph Lentz

Joe DeBlasio November 28, 2022


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Out of Bounds – E229 – Boot Talk with Christoph Lentz

Hello, hello, hello and welcome back to a brand-new episode of The Out Of Bounds podcast, right here on The Out of Collective Network. This week we have our first in-person, and in studio guest, Christoph Lentz. Who is Christoph Lentz? He is THE boot guy. Christoph is the product manager for alpine ski boots for Fischer. We get the low down on everything you need for your feet. He and Adam discuss what actually goes into making boots, the role of bootfitters, the importance & differences in flex points, and will Fischer ever make the worlds best kids boot in adults sizes? Huge thanks to Christoph for sitting down with us for some serious boot chat. Enjoy this full episode wherever you listen to your pods and watch along as well on YouTube!

Muir Energy  –  Code: OUTOFBOUNDS – Fast-burning energy that doesn’t taste like butt. Simple ingredients for next-generation nutrition

Fischer Skis – Fischer Skis is the official ski of The Out Of Collective and home of the all-new Ranger series. Crafted to Ski More #livetoski #mangoskigang

Woodchuck Cider– The Original American hard cider from Middlebury, Vermont. Check out their brunch box with flavors like Pearseco, Mimosa, Bellini, and Paloma

686 – For nearly 30 years, 686 has been making some of the best technical outerwear in the game for getting down in the snow. But, did you know they also make legit athletic and everywhere you can wear everywhere?!

Rumpl –  Code: OUTOFBOUNDS – Weatherproof all-season blankets, made from recyclable materials and super packable. Ideal for camping, picnics, beach days and just being damn f’ing cozy.

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