Welcome to Ski Talk. I’m Thom from skis.com and today I’m joined by Chris, the product manager over at Salomon. How’s it going, Chris? Things are great, Thom, yourself? Oh very well thank you for joining us and thank you guys for joining us. We have an awesome series of boots to share with you, perfect for the youngest of young up through your kind of advancing young kids, the Salomon T Series. Yeah, the T Series encapsulates the T1 in two colors, the T2 in three colors and then of course the T3 also in three colors. The name of the game here is lightweight, warmth and easy to use. And then really all starts with the T1 and the single ratchet buckle up top and then the floating tongue. Yep, that floating tongue is a critical component to making the boot super easy to get on and then also making sure that the boot can actually be flexed – a key component to junior boots. And then a great little feature that you guys throw on here as well is the replaceable toe and heel. Yep, so the replaceable toe and heel makes the boot super long lasting and you can pass it down from sibling to sibling. So as you get a little bit bigger this T1 is definitely for the real small kids out there, you step up to the T2. Yep, the T2 we now have an actual overlap with two buckles but still very easy to flex, easy to put on and of course replaceable toes and heels so it’ll last many generations. And then for that kid that’s starting to get a little bit bigger, on the cusp of being a teenager or moving into some higher level junior equipment, you’ve got the T3. Yeah, we step up to the T3 with three buckles now. Definitely somebody that’s engaging their boots a little bit more with a little bit more power and is actually starting to move away from the pizza, getting into the french fry and actually carving skis, the T3 is the perfect boot to make that jump. Awesome. That really sums up the T Series so whether you’re looking to get a real small kid into the sport or looking to get a kid just out on the hill and really starting to progress out of a beginner and into an intermediate level skier stop by skis.com and check them out. Thanks for joining us.