Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR) at the 2015 IBU World Championships in Kontiolahti (FIN). Photo: Nordic Focus

Emil Hegle Svendsen (NOR) at the 2015 IBU World Championships in Kontiolahti (FIN). Photo: Nordic Focus

Shatter records and redefine what’s possible. Enter the Super Nano all carbon boot.

Waste no effort. Make every push count.

“The speed you can drive with this boot really amazes me,” says Emil Hegle Svendsen.

The Norwegian biathlete points out that the Nano Carbon boot’s track record with him is solid: Half a dozen World Championship medals and several World Cup victories speak volumes of the innovation and development that goes into the engineering of the boot.

The Super Nano is 47percent more torsionally rigid and 10 percent stiffer than any boot we have ever made. Built to deliver the most efficient power transfer, the one-piece Integrated Carbon Base matches the contours of the foot, minimizing the amount of material between your foot and the ski for a more direct drive.

Lower volume in the forefoot means a more precise fit and optimal control, while the highstretch flex notch system beneath the MemBrain Softshell upper delivers maximum knee drive and range of motion. Pair the Super Nano with the Redline Carbon Skate ski, and you have the ingredients for groundbreaking, World Cup winning performance.

“For me, the revolution came several years ago when I tested the first prototype of these Super Nano boots for the first time. Since then, I have been closely involved in the development process of the Super Nano. It makes me confident and comfortable to know I will be in a really great position in terms of my equipment for the coming years,” says Svendsen, who has collected three Olympic gold medals and a silver medal from three different Olympics, as well as nine World Championship gold medals, five silver medals and two bronze medals since his first IBU World Championships in 2007.

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The 2015-16 RED Super Nano. Photo: Madshus

The 2015-16 RED Super Nano. Photo: Madshus