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  1. DYNAFIT TLT 6 MOUNTAIN CR ALPINE TOURING BOOT
    $749.95

  2. SCOTT WOMEN'S CELESTE II ALPINE TOURING BOOTS

    SCOTT WOMEN'S CELESTE II ALPINE TOURING BOOTS

    The SCOTT Celeste II is the next generation of the ideal women’s touring boot that is perfectly balanced between excellent touring ability and the same high-level performance as the Cosmos II. Learn More
    $800.00

  3. SCARPA MAESTRALE RS ALPINE TOURING BOOT

    SCARPA MAESTRALE RS ALPINE TOURING BOOT

    Designed for people who like to drive big skis or charge hard in the backcountry, the Maestrale RS bridges the gap between alpine touring and freeride skiing. The lightest 120 flex ski boots in the world, this boots offers a walk mode with nearly 40 degrees of cuff travel, which makes them tour exceptionally well. At the top of the climb, however, switch them to ski mode and the Maestrale RS provides a shocking level of downhill performance, given that they tip the scales at 3lbs 7oz per boot (size 27). Details include SCARPA’s innovative Axial Alpine tongue design, polyamide construction, which yields the stiff flex, oversize, easy-to-use buckles, Dynafit Quick step in tech fittings and a high-performance SCARPA Intuition liner. Learn More
    $729.00

  4. DYNAFIT TLT 6 MOUNTAIN CR WOMEN'S ALPINE TOURING BOOT
    $749.95

  5. SCARPA ALIEN ALPINE TOURING BOOT

    SCARPA ALIEN ALPINE TOURING BOOT

    Based on the design of the category leading Alien 1.0, the Alien offers much of the same technology at a far more affordable price. It’s build for amateur racers, people who want a traning boot, or the speed-savvy backcountry skier who wants the ultimate in light weight. Offering all of the same features of the Alien in a full polyamide boot, the Alien uses the Boa® Closure System on the exterior of the ski boot for immediate adjustments. This on-the-fly closure technology is extremely light, and provides a glove-like fit for top performance, comfort and speed in a variety of conditions—up and down. It weighs in at 1 pound, 15 ounces per boot (size 27). Learn More
    $799.00

  6. LA SPORTIVA SPECTRE ALPINE TOURING BOOT

    LA SPORTIVA SPECTRE ALPINE TOURING BOOT

    The lightest 4-buckle Alpine Touring boot on the market, the Spectreachieves the greatest range of cuff rotation in its class. The patented design allows a full 60 degrees of ankle movement and the Vertebra construction adds support for downhill performance. The exclusive, low-profile Pegasus buckle system allows macro and micro adjustability for a precise fit. The EZ Flex tongue is designed to work seamlessly with the EZ Flex Liner so that inner and outer boots mesh cleanly while walking or skinning. Learn More
    $649.00

  7. DYNAFIT RADICAL CR ALPINE TOURING BOOT

    DYNAFIT RADICAL CR ALPINE TOURING BOOT

    A four-buckle polyurethane ski touring boot with the best downhill performance offered by any comparable boot on the market. Descent-oriented ski mountaineers will be thrilled to take on longer tours with this boot. The new Radical offers technical solutions of the highest niveau. You get a progressive flex with outstanding performance on the descent at a weight normally only seen with Pebax or three-buckle boots. Learn More
    $549.95

  8. SCARPA MAESTRALE ALPINE TOURING BOOT

    SCARPA MAESTRALE ALPINE TOURING BOOT

    Meet the standard for lightweight alpine touring boots: the original, award-winning Maestrale, the lightest four-buckle AT boot on the market. With the Maestrale, SCARPA proves that a boot weighing 3lbs 6oz (men’s 27) doesn’t have to come at the expense of power. These boots offer stiffness and uncompromising performance on par with many four-buckle AT boots that weigh eight and nine pounds per pair. An innovative Alpine Axial design allows the tongue to open to the side of the boot, giving the Maestrale the benefits of both overlap- and tongue-style boot construction. Translation: the Maestrale provides amazing volume adjustment, they’re easy to get in and out of, and there’s no unnecessary weight. Finer points include magnesium buckles, plant-based Pebax Rnew plastic, and compatibility with all alpine-touring bindings, including tech-style bindings. There’s also a sweet price. Learn More
    $629.00

  9. SCARPA TX PRO TELEMARK BOOT

    SCARPA TX PRO TELEMARK BOOT

    The most versatile offering in SCARPA’s quiver of NTN boots, the TX Pro is the NTN-compatible equivalent of the category-defining T1 telemark boot. The foundation starts with triple-injection construction, an internal torsion frame for maximum power, and integrated tech fittings, which means the TX Pro can be skied in the NTN Tele binding, or in a tech-style alpine-touring binding—the world’s only ski boots that are both Tele and AT compatible. The PowerBlock Tour ski/walk mechanism is the closest thing on the market to the rigidity of a fixed-cuff boot when locked in ski mode, but offers mobility for the tour. Other features include SCARPA’s Intuition Speed Pro Tele Liner, a Q-Link instep strap, and an Active Power Strap, which provides increased responsiveness and comfort. Learn More
    $699.00

  10. SCARPA T2 ECO TELEMARK BOOT

    SCARPA T2 ECO TELEMARK BOOT

    SCARPA has had few boots with the track record of the T2. A favorite among telemark skiers for decades, the T2 has been the go-to backcountry Tele boot since the original version was introduced more than two decades ago. True to its history, the latest version, the T2 Eco, continues to set the bar in this category with an even balance of performance, fit and comfort. It employs plant-based Pebax Rnew plastic, triple-injection construction, Intuition liners, and more sophisticated buckles for an ever-capable, comfortable Telemark boot. An Active Power Strap and replaceable scuff guards included in the box round out the details. Learn More
    $599.00

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