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The One PX-TF Alpine Touring Boot was made to knock off peaks on your to-summit list. Lightweight, strong and aggressive, it will be your best touring companion, with never a complaint, never a whimper. And with women-specific design, thermo-formable liner, rocker sole, and walk mode, you'll be list-making all season.

  • Pebax shell, a high-performance, thermoplastic elastomer for flexible impact-resistance and strength
  • Weight for a pair: a mere 5lb 12oz
  • Lightweight thermo-formable (TF) liner with women-specific fit, for superior warmth, energy transfer, and performance
  • Pebax cuff and driving spoiler adds stiffness to the shell, holds heel down, and features an adjustable lean angle
  • Magnesium Ultra-Lock System for quick, easy release connected to walk mode
  • 15-18 degrees of forward lean and 60-degree cuff rotation in walk mode, to accommodate your every move
  • Compatible with Dynafit Quick Step-In or standard touring binding
  • Dynafit Pro, a durable, sticky rubber sole for sure, secure footing
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Lightweight small footprint

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Overall I really like these boots. They are great for touring and on mtn. My feet do get cold fairly easily in them. My other complaint is the walk mode, I wish it were a little stiffer it's pretty much all or nothing in this boot, completely loose or on lock down. it would be nice if there were an inbetween for hiking.

Otherwise great boot to go with my dynafit bindings.

I love these boots

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

These are the only boots I used all winter. The heel pocket is unlike any other boot I have ever worn. They fit snug and the one buckle draws my heel into the pocket where it should be. They are lightweight and have great grip. I do wonder if a slight heel lift would be beneficial. Any takes on this?

After skiing in these boots for a month, I tried to wear my alpine boots and quickly realized I would never wear them again. My toes were crunched the heel was loose. The big box toe of the Dynafit gave me plenty of room to move my toes around without hitting the end.

These boots paired with the Atomic Theory all mountain skis and Dynafit ST Radical bindings allow me to ski anywhere I want, groomers, moguls, trees, or out of bounds/backcountry.

Great Lightweight women's touring boot

  • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I got these boots for my girlfriend, and she has used them both in the backcountry and in the resort with the Dynafit Radical ST bindings. It is a great setup, and she is able to ski fearlessly on it! The one adjustment was that she had to ski much more aggressively and forward than on her old skis.

Great Lightweight women's touring boot

Excellent touring boots

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

If these boots fit your feet (the #1 for choosing any touring boot), then you're in luck! I have been touring on these since last fall (going on 25+ days including one 45km day) and still am giddy about them when I strap them on. The range of motion while touring/walking is amazing (gets a bit getting use to) and I have been enjoying the speed and convenience of the one step transition into downhill mode (although sometimes you need to put a bit of muscle into it if you want to crank your boots up tight!) they are stiff enough to handle large powder skis and variable conditions - they won't feel like your downhill boots but the trade off is a nimble, light boot that performs respectably on the down.

After having a pretty high turnover of touring boots the last few years, these ones are here to stay!

At first blush... excellent boots

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I took these for a few runs in a ski area during a demo, and pretty much immediately knew I needed a pair. They are unlike anything I've ever had on my feet. My husband has been skiing the Dynafit TLT5 and calls them his "mountain slippers" because they are so light. The awesome part, however, is that they get pretty stiff when they are buckled down, and can definitely shred.

These are an evolution from that TLT5 design, with one big difference that made me get serious about these: there are no stupid, extra tongues to carry around and deal with on your tour. I hate that!

I doodled around the base area a little with my heels unlocked and the range of motion was amazing. I've never felt anything like it! And have been skiing in the backcountry on Scarpas and Garmonts for the last 7 years.

The downhill performance was great. They got pretty stiff (a legit 110, from what I've been told), and I railed on some super firm groomers without a second thought.

Super light, easy to transition from hiking to skiing, excellent rotation for the climb, and a crazy heel pocket that locks you in... I can't wait to get these babies on some of our big volcanoes!