Forma Ice Pro Flow Boots – Neon / White
“The?Forma Ice Pro FLOW?boots are?extremely technical?and developed over a generation of MOTOGP racing. Designed for maximum feel and performance, the vented micro-fiber construction is protective and lightweight. The FCS system brings lateral stability and ankle support. A special compound race sole for feel and total control.?Rebuildable?for when you push the limits, comfortable like traditional Forma bloodlines.”?
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- 12 Months WARRANTY.
- CE® level protection.
- Vented Microfiber upper.
- Race-compound sole.
- FCS® Pivot design.
- Rear FCS® cushioned stop.
- Stainless steel toe slider.
- Race design gear shift pad.
- Injection molded protection.
- Air intake system for cooling.
- Velcro® +YKK® zip closure.
- Rear buckle Ratchet closure.
- Front fastening system.
- External heel protection.
- Air-mesh lining.
- Polymer memory foam.
- Polyurethane reinforcements.
- TPU Dual Flex mid-sole.
- Anti-bacterial insole.
- Quality European production.
12 Months WARRANTY
You are welcome to contact us if you suspect that your Forma boots may be faulty. If the age of your boots falls within certain guidelines, they will be inspected, and if deemed to be faulty by manufacturing or material defect, Forma will very quickly organise a repair or replacement.
We can only process claims for Forma boots purchased in Australia.
Proof of purchase must to be supplied, there are no exceptions.
It is the customers responsibility to return the boots
Our standard warranty period is 12 months from date of purchase, and covers faulty workmanship and defects.
Warranty is restricted to 3 months where the boots are used for commercial purposes (eg; motorcycle couriers). And 3 months warranty for boots used in high humidity areas. A high humidity environment can degrade the best glues and plastics, and this type of failure is not considered a manufacturing or design issue.
Boots used for racing or used in a racing environment do not qualify for warranty. Sole wear or delamination, or Velcro and simple stitching issues are considered to be wear and tear and not covered under the warranty. Most soles can be replaced or re-bonded, and most stitching and Velcro can be repaired.