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Arc'teryx Procline AR Women

Brand: Arc'teryx
Model: Procline AR Women
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Arc’Teryx’s Procline series is tasked with moving you efficiently through the mountains, with style. After the original Procline pushed the boundaries, further ones were realized and the innovation-cycle continues. The lateral range of motion in the cuff opened up more technical terrain and offered comfort on the skin-track. The only knock was the boot being rather soft in forward-flex. For those skiers looking for more support or looking to drive bigger skis, the Procline AR Women’s is the answer. Featuring a new tongue system to beef up the forward flex, the AR moves to the top-right of the walkability/skiability quadrant. The boot now offers the confidence to ski hard on the down. But it also lets you take it easy as the support will be there for cruising. The Arc’Teryx Procline AR has a low-volume fit but a high-volume personality.

  • Split-cuff design allows for lateral ankle movement while skinning or booting.
  • Ultralon liner is warm, supportive, and heat moldable for the perfect fit.
  • Stiffer Ultramid shell increases power transfer vs. the original Procline with minimal weight gain.
  • Wide Cam Lock Power Strap wraps your lower leg for a great mix of power and security.
  • Lightweight Top 85 compound outsole by Vibram allows for a secure grip in insecure places.
  • Dynafit certified inserts ensure consistent binding compatibility across models.
  • Waterproof gaiter keeps warmth in and snow out.
Specifications
Weight
-> ounces
1192g [25.5]
Weight (pair) 2384g [25.5]
Buckles 2 + Cam Lock Power Strap
Boot Sole Length 255mm [23/23.5]
265mm [24/24.5]
275mm [25/25.5]
285mm [26/26.5]
295mm [27/27.5]
Binding Compatibility Tech
Cuff Rotation Forward 42°, Backward -30°, Internal 12°, External 24°
Forward Lean(s) 13.5°
Specs Verified Yes
Design
Materials Ultramid shell, carbon-infused grilamid cuff
Liner Ultralon Lite AR thermoformable
Sole Vibram TOP85 Touring
Skimo Co Says
Usage Backcountry skiing
Notes Great for low volume feet.
Bottom Line Performance and mobility
12/16/2018
Question from meg
 
Has anyone else taken a different size in these boots than they would have in other similar AT boots? For example, I am a 26.5 in the Scarpa Gea but looking for an even lower volume fit - should I order a 26.5 in the Procline?

Thanks!
12/16/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Meg, I would suggest going with the 26.5 in this boot as well. Generally speaking, the sizing of this boot is falling in line with the size indicated on the Brannock device. This boot is definitely a bit lower in volume in it's fit than the Scarpa Gea, so if that's what you're seeking I think you'll be quite happy.
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12/7/2018
by Andy (used product a few times)
 
My wife decided to give her 6-year-old, MP24.5, TLT5 boots to her 12-year-old granddaughter whose foot measures the same and fits well in the boot. So, we needed new boots. Skimo Co recommended the Procline AR as a boot whose interior dimensions are most similar to the TLT5. She really liked the colors and looks of the boot, but the MP24.5 Procline, however, was too tight and too short; we exchanged for the 25.5 and the fit was great out of the box, no thermolding necessary; with time she will probably add her aftermarket footbed. The TLT5 in 25.5 weighs 1105 grams (probably 70+ grams less w/o the accesory tongue or power strap; my wife carries the accessory tongue and booster strap in her pack in the event she needs extra power) vs. 1192 for the Procline. The weight difference while skiining up 1,000 vertical feet with her women's Manaslus and Pomoca Climb Pro Glide skins was noticeable but not significant. She found the skinning up a winding route with sidehills and steep climbs with the Procline to have a very good range of movement and very comfortable. But the big difference was on the way down--taller cuff with quite a bit more support and no need to fool with a booster strap or accessory tongue. We skied some nice powder then a long, tricky, low-snow traverse in rugged terrain with ease (for her at least lol). She's pleased and looking forward to skiing after the storm and new snow in the next 3 days.
12/10/2018
Reply from Andy
 
P.S. She skied them well out of the box for 3 consecutive days with ease; here's a pic from the 2nd day:
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