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Atomic Backland Alpine Touring Boot Atomic Backland Alpine Touring Boot
No, you don't need to make an emergency eye appointment to get your vision checked--the boots that you are now viewing are in fact made by Atomic. You might not have expected a boot of this build to come from Atomic, but the world is full of wonderful surprises and the Atomic Backland Alpine Touring Boot is definitely one of them. Although not as light as its carbon brethren in the Backland line, this Grilamid option comes at a clean price and is still exceptionally light with a stiff feel that will charge on the descent.The Backland comes with a 98mm last, making it a true low-volume touring boot. Borrowing technologies from Atomic's more dedicated alpine boots, the Backlands feature Atomic's Memory Fit shell technology, which allows the shell and cuff to be custom fit to the skier's feet to ensure top-shelf comfort and performance. One of the first things you might notice about the backland is the external Free/Lock 2. 0 walk mode, which eliminates the chance of things going haywire on really cold days. Atomic didn't cut any corners on the liners. The Platinum liner is supportive through the calf, ankle, and tongue and is heat-moldable. Their breathable bottom keeps feet cool on the up, as well as warm and dry on the descent, and they can be washed, so you give them a proper cleaning before you take them on that hut trip. The boots feature a ridiculous 74-degree cuff rotation, a frictionless pivot, and a removable tongue for a feel more akin to a pair of hiking boots than ski boots. When it is time to buckle these boots down for the descent, throw the Quick Click tongue in, fasten down the two aluminum buckles and cross lace system, then quickly lock the walk lever down for a solid and secure feel for the descent.
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Atomic Backland Carbon Alpine Touring Boot Atomic Backland Carbon Alpine Touring Boot
While some companies dip a toe into the shallow end of the ski-touring pool to see how they like the temperature, Atomic's gone and tossed a giant diving-board cannonball into the deep end with the Backland Carbon Alpine Touring Boot. This is no alpine boot outfitted with tech fittings; it's a seriously lightweight (under three pounds per boot), seriously mobile (74 staggering degrees of cuff rotation), and seriously comfortable (with a heat-moldable shell and liner) touring boot that can more than hold its own against the skimo grandfathers from more traditional backcountry companies. Starting from the inside out, Atomic designed the Backland to be fully customizable to reduce blisters and irritation, offer a more precise fit, and make long days easier and more enjoyable. The Backland Platinum heat-moldable liner weighs just eight ounces, courtesy of warm Ultralon foam, and has support zones in the calf, ankle, and tongue to improve downhill performance. It also employs a flex zone by the Achilles tendon for a smoother uphill stride and has a lace-up closure so you can unbuckle your boots without slopping around in the liner. Outside of the liner, Atomic integrated a Quick Click interchangeable tongue system, (the Backland comes with the stiffer tongue, but a softer one is available), so you can easily snap the tongue off for the ascent and back on for more support when it's time to ski. Like the liner, the stiff and light carbon-reinforced Grilamid Memory Fit shell is heat-moldable, so you can dial up a precise, comfortable fit that increases comfort on the way up and confidence on the way down. The shell and cuff are joined on the sides with Atomic's Frictionless Pivot system for smooth rotation (the pivot is also threaded for easy replacement and service), and in the back with the carbon spine, which locks into rocks-solid place with the Free/Lock 2. 0 ski. hike lever to eliminte fore and aft movement. When your foot's in the boot, lock down the two aluminum ...
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Atomic Backland Carbon Light Alpine Touring Boot Atomic Backland Carbon Light Alpine Touring Boot
Being the lightest offering in Atomic's all-new line of touring-specific boots, the Backland Carbon Light Alpine Touring Boot is for the skier looking to shave ounces from their backcountry setup, while retaining much of the same downhill performance that can be found on stiffer and heavier options in the Backland line. Geared toward the lighter-is-better, more rando-focused crowd, the Backland Carbon Light weighs a feathery 2lb 3oz (987g) per boot in a 27. 5 shell size and comes equipped with a soft tongue to further reduce weight.The shell is made from a heat-moldable Grilamid material and has a 98mm last, making it a true low-volume boot. The Memory Fit shell can be customized to accommodate wider feet and feet that require more volume in the instep. The Platinum Liner can also be customized for a more precise and comfortable fit. Unique to all Backland boots is the washable liner that can be cleaned after consecutive days on the mountain. At first glance, the most notable feature on the Backland is the simple and burly Free/Lock 2. 0 walk mode, which consists of an easily engaged and disengaged lever, that once locked in, remains fully rigid during the descent due to a metal-on-metal connection, which is all external, preventing icing and wear over time. As mentioned, the Carbon Light comes equipped with a soft tongue that can be left in when touring and skiing, or left out altogether to save weight. The addition of the soft tongue will add stiffness to the boot, which is punctuated by the carbon spine that is not only lightweight, but stiff and powerful for the descent.
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Dalbello Sports Lupo 120 Ski Boot Dalbello Sports Lupo 120 Ski Boot
Let Dalbello's Lupo 120 Ski Boot help you tromp around those big powdery mountains you call your playground. Designed and ridden by top-level freeriders, the Lupo provides the utmost power and precision for aggressively skiing at any speed down tree lines, big bowls, and virtually any snow surface. Its stiff flex and narrow last give a precise fit that advanced-to-expert skiers look for in their boots.The Lupo stays on top of the game due to Dalbello's revolutionary three-piece Cabrio construction that separates the shell in three parts (shell, cuff, and tongue) to assure a smooth flex, a responsive ride, shock absorption, and an easier on and off. Dalbello also hooked this boot up with a ski/hike mode so you can bootpack up killer lines. The Hy-Grip rubber toe and heel assist with hiking over rocks and slick surfaces, and a rockered stance eases hiking and enhances downhill performance.
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Dalbello Sports Lupo Carbon T.I. Ski Boot Dalbello Sports Lupo Carbon T.I. Ski Boot
Light on weight and heavy on freeride performance, Dalbello's Lupo Carbon T. I. Ski Boot is a match made in heaven for any aggressive backcountry tourer. It's incredible that this backcountry boot can provide such a stiff flex of 130 and still allow a massive 67-degree cuff rotation in walk mode. That's because Dalbello equipped it with a removable tongue and clip at the heel that provide a natural heel motion while skinning while ensuring an aggressive performance on the downhill.Like all Dalbello's top models, the Lupo Carbon T. I. Ski Boot features a Cabrio construction that uses three separate pieces (tongue, cuff, and shell) to give the boot a smoother power transmission, a dynamic rebound, and excellent shock absorption. The shell also features Dalbello's wide Cuff Hyperband buckle that offers more comfort and less friction, while the Inverted forefoot buckle prevents breaking and bending like traditional buckles on the side usually do.Inside the boot, Dalbello inserted a thermo-moldable My Fit Light liner that conforms to your foot after a heating process and stays light and flexible enough to keep you skinning comfortably. Underfoot, the boot's Xtra Grip rubber toe and heel lugs stay solid when you're bootpacking up rocky summits, and you can interchange them with alpine DIN or touring soles for versatility in or out of the resort. Of course, the Lupo Carbon T. I. always accommodates tech bindings for those longer tours.
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Dynafit TLT6 Mountain CR Ski Boot - Women's Dynafit TLT6 Mountain CR Ski Boot - Women's
The Dynafit Women's TLT6 Mountain CR Ski Boot may look all cute and nice, but it was built for demanding ascents and mind-bending descents. Borrowing features from Dynafit's more dude-oriented TLT Performance boot, this women-specific version carries with it all the same alpine performance that's secure and comfortable on the up and powerful on the down, but in a more female-friendly design. With a Grilamid plastic shell, reinforcing rear spoiler, and easily secured Ultra-Lock 2. 0 ski to walk mode, the TLT6 will perform whether you're ticking off a descent down Denali or brushing up on your mountain skills in your home range.A Custom Ready thermo-moldable liner provides warmth and optimal anatomic comfort, because demanding terrain means a lot of time spent in the boot, and time spent in a comfy one can be the difference between reveling at the summit views and wishing for your tent, and that's a shame. With 60 degrees of cuff rotation, precise crampon compatibility, and Dynafit's Claw rubber sole, the TLT6s will ascend everything from rock and ice to unconsolidated loose snow. When it is time for the descent, lock down the two magnesium buckles, switch over the snag-free Ultra-Lock 2. 0 system to ski mode, and insert the downhill-booster tongue and lay into every single turn with surety and confidence, because these boots will take you to places where every turn counts.
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Fischer Transalp Vacuum TS Alpine Touring Boot Fischer Transalp Vacuum TS Alpine Touring Boot
Touring-specific boots are a big deal nowadays, and while they're markedly better than they were five or six years ago, the improvement doesn't show many signs of slowing down. Fischer's Transalp Vacuum TS Alpine Touring Boot takes tech boots to the next level with its heat-moldable shell, which allows you to dial in a personalized fit that even grinding, punching, and padding won't give you. Simply heat the shell up, just like you would a liner, stick it on, buckle it up, and let it cool--the Vacu-Plast material will expand and then contract to the shape of your foot, improving fit, performance, and comfort. Coupled with the moldable lace-up liner (the TS uses a Thermotour liner with Ultralon foam, which makes it cushier but a few ounces heavier than the TS Lite). This gives the Transalp a level of unprecedented customization, so you can kiss hotspots, slop, and pain goodbye for good. Of course, all the fit technology in the world won't make a good boot all on its lonesome, so Fischer made sure the rest of the Transalp was on point, too. The shell is designed to complement the position of your feet (Fischer calls its ergonomic design features V-Position and On-Center Position), for increased control and comfort, and it has a ski/walk lever that offers a killer 53 degrees of fore-aft rotation for easy skinning and bootpacking. Three X-Lite aluminum buckles pull your foot into the shell without pinching, and a 40mm Touring power strap beefs up the relatively mild 115 flex (Fischer doesn't actually assign flexes to their boots, so 115 has become the accepted estimate), so the boots don't get overwhelmed if you're driving wider skis. An adjustable rear spoiler lets you play with the Transalp's 13-degree forward lean, and a grippy Vibram sole makes ice walking, rock scrambling, and parking lot detours a little bit less sketchy.
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Fischer Transalp Vacuum TS Lite Alpine Touring Boot Fischer Transalp Vacuum TS Lite Alpine Touring Boot
Comfortable, mobile, and reasonably skiable touring boots aren't big news anymore, but just because something's been around for a while doesn't mean it can't be improved. Heat-moldable liners are pretty much standard issue these days, but Fischer's Transalp Vacuum TS Lite Alpine Touring Boot takes things a step further with its heat-moldable shell, which allows you to dial in a personalized fit that even grinding, punching, and padding won't give you. Just heat the shell up, just like you would a liner, stick it on, buckle it up, and let it cool--the Vacu-Plast material will expand and then contract to the shape of your foot, improving fit, performance, and comfort. Coupled with the moldable lace-up liner, this gives the Transalp a level of unprecedented customization, so you can kiss hot-spots, slop, and pain goodbye for good. Of course, all the fit technology in the world won't make a good boot all on its lonesome, so Fischer made sure the rest of the Transalp was on point, too. The shell is designed to complement the position our feet tend to take (Fischer calls its ergonomic design features V-Position and On-Center Position), for increased control and comfort, and it has a ski/walk lever that offers a killer 53 degrees of fore-aft rotation for easy skinning. Three X-Lite aluminum buckles pull your foot into the shell without pinching, and a 40mm Touring power strap beefs up the relatively mild 115 flex, so the boots don't get overwhelmed if you're driving wider skis. An adjustable rear spoiler lets you play with the Transalp's 13-degree forward lean, and a grippy Vibram sole makes icy walks, rock scrambling, and parking lot detours a little bit less sketchy.
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La Sportiva Sideral 2.0 Alpine Touring Boot La Sportiva Sideral 2.0 Alpine Touring Boot
When you require a lightweight, precise, and powerful boot for your next ski-mountaineering adventure, look no further than the Sideral 2. 0 Alpine Touring Boot from La Sportiva. The Sideral is made with a Grilamid shell that is extremely lightweight. To help maintain the lightness but improve power and skiability, La Sportiva added carbon fiber reinforcements throughout the cuff of the boot and a Pebax tongue with Vertebra Technology for a smooth, consistent, and substantial flex. Since long days in boots tend to be the norm in the mountains, a thermo-moldable EZ Thermo Tour liner mitigates any chafing or hot spots before they become a problem. To keep your feet from freezing during alternating belay pitches, La Sportiva put in a removable PU WarmSole insert that prevents the loss of heat through the bottom of the boot. When speed matters, you'll appreciate the ease of the Fast-Lock System and the QuickBuckle upper that allows you to switch from ski to walk mode with the flick of a switch. When in walk mode, these boots provide a hefty 68-degree cuff rotation, perfect for sections of more technical climbing. A LazerGrip Outsole with dual-density rubber positions climbing rubber where you need it for grip, and softer, shock-absorbing rubber under your heel and ball of your foot to allow you to go for longer.
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Salomon MTN Explore Ski Boot Salomon MTN Explore Ski Boot
The popularity and attendant quality of touring boots has exploded in the last three years; virtually every manufacturer is offering a touring-specific boot these days, and they all claim to be the most comfortable, most versatile, and best to ski. We can't say for sure who's right, but we can say that Salomon's been at the forefront of this movement from day one, beginning with its backcountry-capable Quest lineup. The new MTN Exlore Boot is a different animal than the Quest, though. It's designed primarily for real backcountry use, not short expeditions out of bounds, and has a lightweight, highly mobile construction to reflect that. The shell is made from lightweight Grilamid and the cuff from flexible Touring polypropylene, and the two are joined together using Salomon's oversized pivot, which provides a stable connection that's ideal for driving wider skis without slop or unnecessary flex. When you're touring, though, it's the front-to-back movement that's most essential. The Explore has a flex rating of 110--stiff but not crazy--and a Surelock ski/walk switch with Motion Flex technology, which gives the cuff a killer 63 degrees of rotation, so you can skin and bootpack like you're wearing a pair of hiking boots. When you lock the switch into ski mode, a carbon fiber spine forms a bomproof connection between the shell and the cuff, so you can use every millimeter of flex without worrying about slop or lack of precision. The power strap lets you cinch things down tight for a highly responsive fit, and the reversed instep buckle pulls your heel back into the pocket and pushes your foot down into the bootboard for top-shelf control. Heat-moldable liners are standard these days, and the Explore's Ultralight CF 3D liner doesn't disapppoint. It conforms easily to the lumps and bumps of your feet, has a flex zone around the ankle and Achilles for smooth striding, and features several loops that are great if you're a lace-up kind of guy. Salomon also designed shell an.
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Scarpa Alien Alpine Touring Boot Scarpa Alien Alpine Touring Boot
Fresh from our friends on Alpha Centauri (sick mountains there, check 'em out if you haven't), the Scarpa Alien Alpine Touring Boot splits the difference between full-blown rando racing boot and hardcore tourer, with a nylon/carbon shell and cuff that are plenty light enough to crush the skin track while still handling their business on steep faces and in shotgun couloirs. The Alien's most distinguishing feature is the fit. Not many boots can boast a micro-adjustable Boa closure system, but the Alien uses it to secure the foot smoothly and evenly, completely eliminating pressure points and dead spots. Your feet will also dig the HRP Intuition Liner, which is instantly comfortable and offers superb touring performance in any conditions, as well as the UFO Vibram Sole (also recently received from our space friends) which cushions shocks and provides top-notch traction in all kinds of terrain. Of course, what's most important about a lightweight, race-bred touring boot is its uphill performance. The Alien has a 2-piece construction that locks into ski mode and opens with a single A-Light buckle, providing 60 degrees of uphill-touring power and variable degrees of forward lean between 9 and 13 degrees for the way down. When you're locked in ski mode, the Alien's Propulsion Tech System ensures that the cuff remains stiff, giving you all the power and edge grip you need to handle the steep and icy sections that are part of every serious ski descent. Scarpa also gave the Alien a Quick Step-In system, which uses indicators and self-guiding notches to make it easy to step into your tech bindings, even in snowy spots.
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Scarpa Freedom Alpine Touring Boot Scarpa Freedom Alpine Touring Boot
The Scarpa Freedom Alpine Touring Boot is packed full of high-tech materials and well-thought features. It has a patented Carbon Core, patented Ride Power Block walk mode, Axial Power Control technologies, and it was toiled over by gram-counting geeks. But, all you need to know is that it's lighter, stiffer, and super-powerful on the downhill. The Overlap closure system delivers a gap-free fit for optimal energy transfer, which also translates to power. No doubt about it, this freeride boot is light as a metaphorical feather, friction-free on the hike up, and an absolute beast on the descent.An anatomic 101mm last gives your foot some wiggle room, which is nice for the climb, and it features Axial Power for lateral stiffness and control. The Intuition liner can be heat molded for a seamless fit and enhanced performance. This precise fit adds to the warmth this liner provides, which you'll notice during those scenery-loving breaks on the summit. The Ride Power Block allows a 27-degree range of motion on the hike and locks down securely for solid downhill performance. Vibram's Mountain Piste sole fits all alpine bindings and is interchangeable with an AT-compatible sole (optional). The Freedom and Freedom SL make up Scarpa's hard-charging freeride line.
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Scarpa Freedom RS Alpine Touring Boot Scarpa Freedom RS Alpine Touring Boot
Last year's Freedom SL was the biggest, baddest boot that Scarpa had ever made, so what did Scarpa go and do this year' Oh, just came up with an even burlier and beefier offering that can climb like a goat and shred like a freeride boot, so you can charge lines that used to be reserved for jump-turning weight weenies. Called the Freedom RS (Rocket Sauce' We're not sure.), the new boot is nominally an alpine touring boot, but that designation is belied by the 130 flex, carbon-reinforced Pebax Rnew shell, and race-inspired polyamide cuff that put a premium on downhill awesomeness. When you're skiing, the RS feels like a pure alpine boot, thanks in part to the reinforced race-style upper of the Intuition Cross Fit Ride RS liner, but its Ride Power Block XT Ski/Hike switch gives you 25 degree of killer cuff rotation, so you can make short work of skintracks and ridge hikes. The burliness of the Power Block gives you a rock-solid feel when you're punching big faces at high speed, and the removable spoiler and adjustable forward lean let you customize your setup to achieve maximum uphill efficiency and downhill power. Around your feet and ankles, the Cross Fit Ride liner provides heat-moldable comfort, and the four micro-adjustable buckles let you fine tune the fit for all-day comfort and skiing precision. Scarpa topped the RS off with a big ol' power strap to let you drive your skis as hard as you can handle and also made sure the grippy Vibram Mountain Plus tech soles were removable, so you can pop them off and replace them with traditional alpine soles if you're spending the week terrorizing in-bounds terrain.
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Scarpa Freedom SL Alpine Touring Boot Scarpa Freedom SL Alpine Touring Boot
What's the use in schlepping your backcountry setup to the top of gnarly chutes and untouched pillow lines if your boot can't hang on the descent' The Scarpa Freedom SL Alpine Touring Boot carries to your throne as King of the Mountain while balancing weight and hard-charging performance. The burly 120 flex index and four-buckle design offer a more aggressive ride than the standard Freedom, but the SL is almost a pound lighter thanks to the stiff, light Pebax Rnew shell with Advanced Injection Technology. The boot features a Ride Power Block walk mode that delivers 27 degrees of frictionless range of motion for efficient climbing and easily locks back into ski mode for rippin' power transmission on the downhill. Long gone are the days when you had to cram your tootsies into torturous race-style boots to get the performance you need. The 101mm anatomic last provides a precise and sensitive fit for medium width feet, while the heat-moldable Intuition Speed Ride liners wrap your feet in buttery comfort usually reserved for footwear other than ski boots. The Freedom SL slips effortlessly into all AT and tech (TLT) bindings with the rugged, lugged Vibram Mountain Plus sole, but for skiers who occasionally catch a bad case of ride-the-chairlift-itis, you can swap for the Vibram Mountain Piste sole (sold separately) and click into what those resort people call "ahllll-pine biiin-dings," or however the name of that strange contraption is pronounced. Look, the Freedom SLs know you'll be spending most of your time on backcountry adventures and grinding in the skintrack, but chairlifts happen to the best of us from time to time. These boots won't judge.
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