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If Dynafit had made boots back in ancient-Greek times, Athena probably would have leapt out of Zeus’ head wearing the Women’s Gaia TF-X Ski Boot. Full body armor and warfare can wait when there’s virgin pow to shred.

  • Women’s-specific, thermo-moldable TF-X liner provides a custom fit and combines with a plastic-reinforced tongue for durability
  • Micro-adjustable magnesium buckles keep weight at a minimum
  • Alpine overlap construction adds support in downhill mode
  • Walk/tour range boosts forward and rear motion for skinning and walking
  • Triple Binding Sole provides alpine and touring toe and heel sets

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Looking to invest in some crampons for...

Looking to invest in some crampons for these boots.. Will The BD Contact Strap fit nicely? Do I need to invest in longer straps or will the standard straps do.

Hey Chase,

Those crampons are made to fit a size 46 hiking boot which would mean anything longer than 29 cm would probably need a long bar. A 290 bsl is pretty short for any ski boot so you are pretty much guaranteed to need that long bar.

I am a true 8.5. I just returned the BDs...

I am a true 8.5. I just returned the BDs Women's Shiva Ski Boot size 25.5 because they were way too small. I wear a 25 in my BD telemark boots and my Technica DH boots. How does the Dynafit Gaia sizing run?

A US 8 in Dynafit would be a 25.5. The 25 and 25.5 in this model are the same shell so you will be on the top end of that shell. These tend to be pretty true to length and a touch on the narrow side. BSL in these is 292mm for reference.


Almost perfect

    I got these boots for my backcountry set-up and finally used them (inbounds at Snowbird). It's a super light boot but is still stiff; coming from using the Fischer Trinity (a really stiff race-type boot) I was pleased by the flex index being nice and high. My only issue with these boots is the fact that the tongues punched into my shins and left bruises. It made skiing them fairly painful, especially when I hit the crud wrong. Since they're a complete therma-fit liner I'm hoping a few small tweaks will sort this out because these boots are great.

    Are these the 2013 or the 2012 boots? Is...

    Are these the 2013 or the 2012 boots? Is there a difference other than color?

    This should be the 2012-2013 season boot. The 2013-2014 boot won't be available until fall.


    Great Boots

      When they're locked down they feel really powerful & rigid for getting those turns in, but are quite comfortable loosened up in "walk" mode to tour around. Certainly aren't too heavy either.

      Im finding for alpine soles for Dynafit...

      Im finding for alpine soles for Dynafit Zzeus and Gaia. I think its the same with alpine soles for Titan. Do you know where I can buy it?

      Lukas, If you are in the US, you can get them through Dynafit/Salewa North America. Call 303-444-0446. Outside the US, it would be best to check the Dynafit website for your country's distributor.

      I want one light weight boot that I can...

      I want one light weight boot that I can teaching in and hike and skin with. My Nordica Speed Machine weighs 5.5lbs each and is 80/90 flex. I teach kids, take lots of training and more into the bumps and turning than a speed demon. Do you think the Dynafit Gaia will hold up for the resort? More important does anyone have any idea how it would compare flex wise with what I have. Love my current flex but weight is killing me. I have Baron's for back country so could use the alpine soles and use boots with all my skis (huge bonus).

      It sound like the flex would be similar to your Nordicas. The Gaia's traditional alpine-style overlap construction will feel great at the resort, plus it gives you the flexibility for your Baron's or you can use tech system bindings if you want to go lighter.


      Love 'em.

        Awesome! This boots fit great, flex great on the way up, and stay sturdy on the way down. It's nice to have a boot you can take with you anywhere, inbounds and out, and still trust it to hold up to some serious skiing and keep your feet warm on the coldest of days.

        Hi! Recently I bought a pair of dynafit...

        Recently I bought a pair of dynafit gaia's- They fit/feel great! As soon as I started skiing in them my feet became in so much pain it took me forever to get down the run! I cant really explain the pain...its not a too tight or blistering kind of pain. My feet become numb and the numbness goes up to my calves...its unbearable! The pain was relieved after sitting on the w/ each run the pain was back. Is this normal? Anyone experience the same problem?

        Sonds like a nerve pinch going on somewhere. Head to your nearest high-quality bootfitter (likely an alpine shop).

        How narrow is this boot?

        How narrow is this boot?

        this boot has a 102 mm last and I found it listed as "relatively narrow mid-foot and heel"

        for comparison, lasts normally range from 98 to around 104.

        How does the Gaia differ from the Titan?

        How does the Gaia differ from the Titan?

        a bit softer flex, plusher lining, pretty much the same plastics

        What is the BSL on the 25.0 dynafit...

        What is the BSL on the 25.0 dynafit gaia?

        Does the Gaia fit similar to the women's...

        Does the Gaia fit similar to the women's zzero?

        The Gaia is built on an Alpine boot last model. It is a more performance fit and a little narrower.

        Good read on this too I randomly stumbled across: