This document specifies requirements, test methods and marking for alpine ski-boots with improved walking soles that are used with systems of alpine ski-bindings for improved walking soles with attachment at the boot front and boot rear, the proper release function of which depends on the dimensions and design of the interfaces. Alpine ski boots with improved walking soles are intended to a better walkability without affecting the function of the alpine ski binding designed for improved walking soles. This document is applicable to ski-boots of sizes 15,0 and larger (Types A (Adults) and C (Children)) in the Mondo point system (see Annex A).

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This document specifies the dimensions and characteristics of the interface, requirements, test methods, and marking of ski-boots with a rigid sole (see 3.5) which are used with current systems of touring ski-bindings with attachment at the boot toe and boot heel, the proper release function of which depends on the dimensions and design of the interfaces. For ski-binding systems that function irrespective of the sole shape or that have different requirements for the sole dimensions, it is not always necessary for the ski-boot soles to comply with this document in order to achieve the desired degree of safety. This document is applicable to ski-boots of sizes 15,0 and larger in the Mondopoint system (see Annex A). It is applicable to rigid touring boots. Boots with softer shells like Telemark boots are excluded as they do not have the necessary shell stability to act as part of the release systems.

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This document specifies the requirements, test methods and marking of ski-boots which are used with current systems of alpine ski-bindings with attachment at the boot toe and boot heel, the proper release function of which depends on the dimensions and design of the interfaces. For ski-binding systems that function irrespective of the sole shape or that have different requirements for the sole dimensions, it is not always necessary for the ski-boot soles to comply with this document in order to achieve the desired degree of safety. It applies to ski-boots of sizes 15,0 and larger [types A (for adults) and C (for children)] in the Mondopoint system (see Annex A).

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This document defines test soles representing — an alpine ski-boot (form A) or at least the bottom part of it to be used for testing alpine ski-bindings for alpine skiing in accordance with ISO 9462 and ISO 9465, and — a touring ski-boot (form T) or at least the bottom part of it to be used for testing touring ski-bindings for touring skiing in accordance with ISO 13992 and ISO 9465. NOTE Ski-boots have their own International Standards (ISO 5355 and ISO 9523) that allow relatively large tolerances in defining the test sole which are generally believed to be suitable for on-slope use by skiers, but too large for reproducible laboratory measurements.

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ISO 22264:2006 specifies the dimensions and characteristics of the interface, requirements, test methods and marking of Telemark ski-boots with flexible sole which are used with current systems of telemark ski-bindings with attachment at the boot toe and boot heel, the proper function of which depends on the dimensions and design of the interfaces. For Telemark ski-binding systems that function irrespective of the sole shape or that have different requirements for the sole dimensions, it is not always necessary for the Telemark ski-boot soles to comply with this International Standard in order to achieve the desired degree of safety. ISO 22264:2006 applies to Telemark ski-boots of sizes 15,0 and larger in the mondopoint system.

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Specifies the dimensions and characteristics of the interface zone of the sole and parts of the shaft of snowboard-boots, to provide defined attachment conditions for the snowboard-binding.

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ISO 9838:2015 defines test soles representing - an alpine ski-boot (form A) or at least the bottom part of it to be used for testing alpine ski-bindings for alpine skiing in accordance with ISO 9462 and ISO 9465, and - a touring ski-boot (form T) or at least the bottom part of it to be used for testing touring ski-bindings for touring skiing in accordance with ISO 13992 and ISO 9465. NOTE Ski-boots have their own International Standards (ISO 5355 and ISO 9523) that allow relatively large tolerances in defining the test sole which are generally believed to be suitable for on-slope use by skiers, but too large for reproducible laboratory measurements.

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ISO 9523:2015 specifies the dimensions and characteristics of the interface, requirements, test methods, and marking of ski-boots with a rigid sole which are used with current systems of touring ski-bindings with attachment at the boot toe and boot heel, the proper release function of which depends on the dimensions and design of the interfaces. For ski-binding systems that function irrespective of the sole shape or that have different requirements for the sole dimensions, it is not always necessary for the ski-boot soles to comply with this International Standard in order to achieve the desired degree of safety. ISO 9523:2015 is applicable to ski-boots of sizes 15,0 and larger in the Mondopoint system. It is applicable to rigid touring boots. Boots with softer shells like Telemark boots are excluded as they do not have the necessary shell stability to act as part of the release systems.

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ISO 9838:2008 defines test soles representing an alpine ski-boot (form A), or at least the bottom part of it, to be used for testing alpine ski-bindings for alpine skiing in accordance with ISO 9462 and ISO 9465 and a touring ski-boot (form T), or at least the bottom part of it, to be used for testing touring ski-bindings for touring skiing in accordance with ISO 13992 and ISO 9465.

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ISO 9523:2008 specifies the dimensions and characteristics of the interface, requirements, test methods and marking of ski-boots with a rigid sole which are used with current systems of touring ski-bindings with attachment at the boot toe and boot heel, the proper release function of which depends on the dimensions and design of the interfaces. For ski-binding systems that function irrespective of the sole shape or that have different requirements for the sole dimensions, it is not always necessary for the ski-boot soles to comply with this International Standard in order to achieve the desired degree of safety. ISO 9523:2008 applies to ski-boots of sizes 15,0 and larger in the Mondopoint system. It applies to rigid touring boots. Boots with softer shells like Telemark boots are excluded as they do not have the necessary shell stability to act as part of the release systems.

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ISO 5355:2005 specifies the requirements, test methods and marking of ski-boots that are used with current systems of alpine ski-bindings with attachment at the boot toe and boot heel, the proper release function of which depends on the dimensions and design of the interfaces. For ski-binding systems that function irrespective of the sole shape or that have different requirements for the sole dimensions, it is not always necessary for the ski-boot soles to comply with this International Standard in order to achieve the desired degree of safety. ISO 5355:2005 applies to ski-boots of sizes 15,0 and larger (types A and C) in the Mondopoint system.

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