Going up? And down.
If you're looking for a boot that will log vert as well as perform on the downhill, then your search ends with the Crispi EVO Rando Boot. NTN-compatible, this lightweight, smooth-flexing boot with three inclination settings covers all the bases for the backcountry fanatic. Crispi's Dynamic liner snuggled inside its Pebax shell and carbon frame gives an uncompromising, energy-efficient fit in a superlight structure. A semi-rigid flex is consistent with this all-conditions construction for the best of comfort and performance.
- Semi-rigid flex delivers all-mountain versatility
- A whisper over 4 lbs per pair means a quick, light ascent
- Crispi Dynamic liner provides warmth and efficient control and stability with its fine fit
- Aluminum micro-adjustable buckles let you fine-tune your fit for performance
- Power strap adds lower-leg security and efficiency
- Three inclination options are adjustable via rear regulation for on-the-fly change-ups between walk-ski modes
- Carbon side support adds stability without compromising weight
- Pebax shell wraps on a carbon frame for structural integrity with flexible and lightweight construction
- Crispi Kogatz Evo sole provides sure footing when not locked down
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How would the Crispi EVO function, if at...
How would the Crispi EVO function, if at all, with traditional tele bindings? like a pair of hammer heads
Yo Ebbanezer Dude,
This boot will only work with an NTN binding. You will either have to stay with a traditional Tele boot or change your binding to NTN if you plan to ski this boot.
Almost 10 lbs. per pair!
Just got these boots, but I'll be returning them tomorrow. They are not as advertised. Size 29.5 weighs almost 4.75 lbs. PER BOOT.....not the 4 lbs. per pair advertised. And, they are VERY stiff. If you are looking for an super aggro, super stiff (and heavy) NTN boot, these may be it. Be aware that they have NO TECH INSERTS - they are strickly for NTN.