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Run up the skin track and then turn with power back to the finish line.

If you crave record-breaking times on the skin track and solid performance on the ski down, the race-ready Dynafit Dy. N.A. Evo Ski Boot could be your ticket to faster 5000-foot days and a shelf full of rando-race trophies. Thanks to this race-touring boot's progressive rocker shape and thin, lightweight shell, you can make the alpine your Indy and stride more efficiently and comfortably than ever before.

  • Ultra-Lock System loosens the cuff into walk-hike mode with one flick of the top buckle, while its hook-and-loop buckle catch allows micro-adjustment
  • Injection-molded Grilamid shell as well as a carbon fiber and Pebax cuff yield lightweight, stiff performance with a thin shell and minimal materials
  • 99g race liner are thermo-moldable and provide a warm, cushioning interface between your foot and boot
  • Racing last provides the most anatomical, ski-run-friendly boot shape yet so you can move faster, longer, and more comfortably than the competition
  • The 15-degree forward lean yields aggressive, all-mountain performance for control and power during changing alpine conditions
  • Its 62-degree cuff rotation in walk-hike mode enables effortless skinning and booting
  • EVO Race sole features large rubber lugs that grip the icy bootpack sections of the race course
  • Compatible with Dynafit Quick-Step-In binding systems (sold separately)

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Are these boots compatible with Duke bindings?

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Hey nicp148446,

Unfortunately this will not work with traditional alpine or frame AT bindings; the toe welts on these boots are not long enough.

Let me know if you have any other questions!

1-800-409-4502 ext. 4767

5 5

At this price, just buy them

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These make turns as well as my Mastrales, and weigh considerably less than the new, over $1000 TLT6s. I've added a wool insole from a pair of La Sportiva climbing boots, laid underneath the liner. No problems with cold feet. Width wise, I'm a D and these feel fine. The Grilamid lower shell is easily manipulated with a hot hair dryer. That took care of the only fit issue I had; a pinch above my instep, under the buckle. All the bits and pieces are replaceable, except for the too soft rubber. But mine haven't disintegrated yet.
The first day out I thought I had somehow dropped ten years in age, practically flying up steep skin tracks. Amazing the difference light gear makes. Changing climb/ski modes is simply elegant. They ice climb locked or unlocked and walking feels like wearing a good approach shoe.

At this price, just buy them
Beware of crumbling boot soles!

Beware of crumbling boot soles!

Great boot, but only on snow: this picture of the EVO sole is after only five hours of cumulative off-snow travel.
(Note that two of the lugs are so completely gone that you can't see any indication that they were ever there in the first place.)
Dynafit says this is entirely normal wear for the EVO or PDG, and hence not covered under warranty.
More pictures here:

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Yup, it's a *RACE* boot, 5 hours off snow for a race boot is about 4.9 hours more than they're designed and built for!

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@basp6426, no, many rando/skimo races entail off-snow travel, whether in Europe, the U.S. West, or even in Western Massachusetts.
Plus my Scarpa Alien 1.0 boot soles are still in great shape even after more like a cumulative five *DAYS* worth of off-snow travel.
(Still love my EVO boots though, and who knows, maybe Dynafit quietly has since changed the rubber composition for enhanced durability?)

3 5

NIce ride!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I really like this boot. It skis like a TLT6 without the tongue and even less weight. Which says it skis exceptionally well. Sole wear is a problem to be aware of. Still no idea when or if Dynafit is going to offers rubber for a resole. I'd ask first before buying. But as I said...I really like this boot. It is enough boot to push around my 113mm short Huascarans amazingly enough. But better used on lighter, skinnier full on speed touring or race skis.
They fit crampons well (grivel) and climb technical terrian nicely. Just don't use them on rock/talus/ rough trails...the soles will shred in the blink of an eye. 5 star PLUS ski/race boot...3 star skimo boot because of the lack of durability in the sole. Too bad that.

Are the Evos in stock the 11-12 version...

Are the Evos in stock the 11-12 version or the 12-13 version? Understand the newer stock added a small spacer between the cuff pivot and lower shell that should reduce wear a bit, as well as moving to full rubber across the entire sole.

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Hey Andy,

You will notice that we currently have a couple options that are on sale and a couple that are full prices. The full priced options are the current 12-13 models and the options that are on sale are the older models.

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full rubber sole is a added bonus...fwiw

4 5

Dynafit EVO Race Boot

I have used this boot for several tours, three races, and countless training sessions and am really starting to love it. I didn't have the chance to try it out before ordering so went off Dynafit's recommendation of sizing 1/2 size smaller than my TLT5 size (28.5) which put me in a 28 for the Evo. When I first put it on, I thought it would never fit and it was way too small - my TLTs were already tight! After putting in a superfeet insert and squishing out the toebox a bit it is now fitting perfectly! With the buckles properly tightened there is no heel slippage except when all out RUNNING. The one handed lock of cuff and switch to ski mode is excellent as with all of the Dynafit boots. The kevlar cord used for the lower buckle strap could be improved. The cord is very slippery and even when tied tightly, comes loose after some time skinning. This can be frustrating and I would rather see a BOA type system. The carbon cuff is attached to the lower boot with a metal rivet. Compared to the rival race boots (Stratos and Alien) that use a bushing, I see this as a bit of a missed opportunity. For a boot in this price range, I wish it had slightly more modern technology holding it together. The liner is comfortable. The plastic snow guard works well in place of a tongue. I wish the sole covered the full bottom of the boot but it does save weight. All in all - this is a ridiculously light boot that has helped improve my skimo racing immensely.

5 5

evo sizing

Here is some info on sizing
My boots have been 26.0 and 26.5 scarpa F1
and 26.5 F3.
26.0 for spring and summer 26.5 for winter warmth.
I bought a 28.0 evo( 27.5/28.0 shell)
Took my scarpa/intuition liners from my 26.5 scarpa f3,s and put them in the evo
Even without re-thermoforming they were a perfect fit.
The 27.5/28.0 evo shell is slightly tighter width wise than my F3 26.5/27.0 shells. Lengthwise left good room for my toes.
Evo are small volume shells. An evo 27.5/28.0 shell is very similar to a TLT-5 27.0/27.5 shell. EVO liners are thin.
The boots are a dream for me. Can hike like a light hiking boot or shoe.

What is the last of that boot?

What is the last of that boot?

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Overall it runs pretty narrow. A bootfitter can do shell mods, but get a GOOD one. Grillamid is a touchy material to work with.

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Very thin materail Easy to punch if you go slow but it is very thin compared to other boots.

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I just bought a used pair. Amazingly, the 27.5 width feels the same as my Scarpa 27.5 Mastrales, though the length is quite a bit shorter. Still long enough for my toes. In fact, they fit my D width feet perfectly. Big surprise, 'cause I couldn't fit into TLT5's. My only modification will be to heat and bend back the top of the lower shell above my instep a bit to keep the boot from pinching there.

with these evo boots can I use normal...

with these evo boots can I use normal alpine skiing bindings like elan skis is it good for mogul skiing

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These would be horrible for mogul skiing. They are light and not supportive enough for aggressive bump skiing.

Is the shell fit for the Evo the same as...

Is the shell fit for the Evo the same as TLT5?...i.e. can I size a 27.5 TLT5 shell in a store, then order a 27.5 Evo and expect similar shell fit? If not, how is the sizing different?

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Shell fit wil be very slightly different. The EVO changes length on the 1/2 size and the TLT5 changes on the whole size. The boot sole lengths may help you. 27.0 & 27.5 TLT5s are a BSL of 297mm. Both 27.5 and 28.0 EVOs are a BSL of 299mm.
Hope this helps. Enjoy!

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Pretty narrow boot. If you have room in a 27.5s TLT go to a 28 Evo. If not you'll want ot go up a shell to a 28.5

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Can I do alpine touring, backcountry skiing with dynafit pdg ?

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that is the original Dynafit DyN.A., not the DyN.A. Evo. If you ordered the DyNA Evo from BC and they sent you that boot, then they shipped you the wrong product.