LANGE - BE ONE WITH YOUR BOOTS

DER WETTKAMPF IST TEIL DER IDENTITÄT VON LANGE,
TEIL DES ERBES DER MARKE

Von Anfang an wurde die Marke LANGE immer mit den größten Ski-Champions
in Verbindung gebracht, von Nancy Green über Alberto Tomba, Hermann Maier
und Marc Griardelli bis hin zu Aurélin Ducroz. Sie hat in allen Disziplinen stets
die besten Fahrer bis auf die Treppchen des Siegerpodiums begleitet.
Der Wettkampf hat ds Persische der Marke deutlich gestärkt.Er stellt
das technologische Wissen und den Ausnahmestatus der Marke in den Vordergrund.
Der Erfolg der Lange-Produkte wir an der Anzahll der Siege gemessen.
Lange Skischuhe übertragen ihre Qualitäten auf ihren Träger

DAS KNOW HOW DER BOOTFITTER

Boffiting ist ein Kunst, denn man muss den Skischuh an die Morphologie des Fußes jedes Skifahrers bzw. jeder Skifahrerin anpassen. Die Bootfitter sind wahre Meister darin.
Seit über 50 Jahren arbeitet Lange mit den besten Skischuh Spezialisten zusammen,
sowohl im Wettkampfbereich als auch für die breite Öffentlichkeit, um hochwertige
Lösungen netwickeln, die an jeden Skifahrer/ Skifahrerin und jede Fußmorphologie
angepasst sind. Lösungen die höchsten Komfortbieten, ohne Abstriche bei der Leistung
zu machen. Die anatomische Passform von LANGE ist die perfekte Kombination von Komfort
und Performance. Für jede Fußmorphologie und jeden Fahrstil bietet Lange ein großes
Sortiment an Skischuhen mit einer anatomisch perfekten Passform für optimalen Komfort und
Leistung.
LANGE ULTIMATE CONTROL. FEEL IT.

HISTORY

1948 - The Beginning

Robert (Bob) Lange makes the first recorded attempt to develop a plastic-reinforced ski boot made with polyester resin.
1962 - First Plastic Boot with Laces
1965 - The First Modern Ski Boot Lange introduces the first plastic ski boot with metal buckles.
1967 - Greene Wins First Inaugural World Cup Nancy Greene (CAN), aka “The Tiger”, wins the first inaugural World Cup with the LANGE COMP boot (Image: Nancy Greene, Chamonix / Photo Credit: PRIVATE COLLECTION)
1968 - The First Woman's Ski Boot Lange introduces the COMPETITE: the first ski boot designed specifically for women
1970 – The First „Lange Girl“ Iconic images of women posing in Lange ski boots becomes a trademark of the brand Including stars like Pamela Anderson over the years, the “Lange Girl” is later modernized, becoming the “Lange Icon”, showcasing Lange’s elite-level female athletes
1971 – The First Competition Ski Boot Lange introduces the first competition-level ski boot
1972 - Three Gold Medals at Sapporo Olympic Games Bernhard Russi (SUI) wins GOLD in Downhill Gustav Thöni (ITA) wins GOLD in Giant Slalom and SILVER in Slalom. (He also wins the Overall World Cup title) Barbara Cochran (USA) wins GOLD in women’s Slalom (Image: Gustav Thöni)
1978 - The First Easy-to-Use Buckles Lange introduces the BANSHEE: the first ski boot with easy-to-use buckles
1983 - Mahre Wins Third Overall World Cup Title Phil Mahre (USA) wins his third consecutive overall World Cup title (1981, 1982, 1983) in the LANGE XLR (Image: Phil Mahre, Ingemar Stenmark, Lake Placid (USA) / Photo Credit : PRIVATE COLLECTION)
1985 - Girardelli Wins First Overall World Cup Marc Girardelli (AUT) wins his first-of-five Overall World Cup titles; a record yet to be matched in men’s alpine racing (Image: Marc Girardelli, Heavenly Valley (USA) / Photo Credit: Agence Zoom)
1988 - The First Rear-Entry Ski Boot Lange introduces the MID: the first ski boot with central opening/ rear-entry design Four Gold Medals at Calgary Olympics Alberto Tomba (ITA) wins GOLD in Giant Slalom and Slalom (2) Franck Piccard (FRA) wins GOLD in Downhill Marina Kiehl (FRG) wins GOLD in Downhill (Image: Gustav Thöni)
1992 - Compagnoni Wins First Olympic Gold Deborah Compagnoni (ITA) wins her first of three Olympic GOLD medals at the Albertville Olympic Games in Super G
1995 - Tomba Wins Overall World Cup Title Alberto Tomba (ITA) finally reaches his dream, winning the Overall World Cup title By the end of his career, Tomba and LANGE will win 50 World Cup races together (Image: Alberto Tomba, Garmisch (GER) / Photo Credit: Agence Zoom)
1998 - Maier Wins Olympic Gold Twice in Nagano Hermann Maier (AUT) aka “The Herminator” wins two GOLD medals at the Nagano Olympic Games in Super G and Giant Slalom Over his career, Maier won four crystal globes, two Olympic Gold medals, and was a three-time World Champion The Introduction of the L10 Lange introduces the L10: the first ski boot with self-adapting FLO material surrounding the ankles for a more customized fit
2008 - Riesch Wins Two Crystal Globes Maria Riesch (GER) wins 2 crystal globes in the Combined and Super G Riesch will go on to win multiple Olympic Gold medals and World Championships, including a Gold and Silver in the Combined and Super G in Sochi (2014)
2009 - LANGE Dominates World Championships At the Val d’Isere World Championships: Maria Riesch (GER) wins GOLD in Slalom Tina Maze (SLO) wins SILVER in GS Lara Gut wins SILVER in Downhill and Super Combined Maria Marchand Arvier (FRA) wins SILVER in SG Nadia Fanchini (ITA) wins BRONZE in Downhill (Image: Marie Marchand Arvier / Photo Credit: Agence Zoom)
2010 - A New Benchmark in Fit and Performance Lange introduces the RS 130 and RS 130 WIDE. The industry’s first mono-injected high-performance boots with "Choose your Width" option offers the same real-deal performance in 97mm and 100mm fits Finally skiers no longer have to sacrifice a comfortable fit for real-deal performance Multiple Medals at Vancouver Olympics
2011 - More Success In and Out of the Gates At the Garmisch World Championships: Tina Maze (SLO) wins GOLD medal in Giant slalom and SILVER in Super Combined Federica Brignone (ITA) wins SILVER medal in Giant Slalom Maria Riesch (GER) wins 2 BRONZE medals in Downhill and Super G Julia Mancuso (USA) wins SILVER in Super G Maria Riesch (GER) wins Overall World Cup title
2013 - Maze Wins Overall World Cup Tina Maze (SLO) wins the Overall World Cup Champion with a record breaking 2414 points World Cup Dominance at Schaldming Tina Maze (SLO) wins 3 medals: one GOLD in Super G and two SILVER medals in Giant Slalom and Super Combined Maria Riesch (GER) wins 3 medals: one GOLD in Super Combined, and two BRONZE in Downhill and the Team Event. Nadia Fanchini (ITA) wins SILVER in Downhill Lara Gut (SUI) wins SILVER in Super G