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Go faster and longer with the TLT 5.

Thanks to the super-light weight and smooth flex, the Dynafit TLT 5 Performance TF Alpine Touring Boot glides in the high altitude of the Himalayas and in the slightly lower altitude of your local rando races.
  • Carbon fiber cuff and lightweight TF liner combine for maximum downhill and uphill performance
  • Claw outsole provides better grip and traction, and Dynafit’s sole construction allows for re-soling in case of abrasion
  • Acti-flex zone allows 5mm of flexibility in the toe when climbing and skiing, and it does not affect torsional rigidity or downhill performance
  • Short rockered sole is crampon compatible for those tough rocky or icy summits
  • Ultra-lock system opens up 60 degrees of mobility from walk to ski mode making skinning or running as easy as late fall training runs
  • Double tongue system with driving booster increases stiffness for ripping it back down the hill
  • Quick step inserts compatible to Dynafit bindings

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5 5


Bought these back in 2012 but due to knee injury only skied them for the first time this weekend in Chamonix. For such a light boot, the TLT 5 gives fantastic support and strength - completely exceeded my expectations. Over 4 days I skied various conditions: week old packed snow on piste, a day of 2 foot deep fresh powder followed by another of heavier chopped up wet snow. Paired with some Revelstoke skis, this is an extremely light set up making for great steer-ability of the ski and the off piste ride felt as good as in my Black Diamond Factors. Booting up to find runs was effortless. The inevitable trade off was too much flex when hard charging variable off-piste and on bumpy, harder-packed snow in resort runs. But that's not surprising and they still coped amazingly well in those conditions - so a small price to pay for such a versatile boot.

5 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Three years old, 250+ days toured, over 500,000 ft. of vert., heat molded to fit my fat American feet, and currently hanging tight in their fourth year of touring and skiing. The tongues are not as optional as they once were, though. Best boots!

What's the boot sole length on the...

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What's the boot sole length on the 22.5?

Anyone used these for snowboard mountaineering?...

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Anyone used these for snowboard mountaineering?
I still use Burton race plate bindings; these look questionable for the toe bail, but I guess one could use a dynafit toe? I also have a fairly wide foot; these sound narrow.
Anyone have a recommendation for another superlight AT boot that would work with Burton race plates, or similar bindings? I usually leave the AT boots in walk mode for snowboarding; don't need the beef that skiers want. I do a little ski touring too, but not much. Currently using Scarpa Denalis, they are fine, but heavy (they were fairly cheap, on sale a few years ago). Had some old Dynafit Tourlite boots a decade ago that were my favorites. Thanks!

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For a hard shell it makes a very good snow board boot. Pretty common in the MTN version...not so much in the P. But no reason not to.

Will these fit in normal At bindings while...

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Will these fit in normal At bindings while I save up for dinafit bindings.

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This boot is only compatible with Tech bindings. It will work bindings from companies like G3, Plum, La Sportiva, and of course Dynafit. You could snag these now and get the bindings when you have the money. I would ski the boot you have now with your current binding until you have both the binding and the boot.

5 5

Very Light Boot!

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

Wow!! In comparison to other AT boots, these are the lightest. I usually fit a 98 mm last in my regular ski boots but these were even tighter on the side....almost like a 95 or 96 mm last.

I am currently using a 28.0 scarpa maestrale...

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I am currently using a 28.0 scarpa maestrale and like the fit. Any recommendations on what size TLT 5 I might like?

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depends on your foot, narrow or wide. These run thinner than most ski boot lasts.

Also, which shell molds correspond to which...

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Also, which shell molds correspond to which boot size, do 27.5 and 28.0 come from the same mold, or 27.0 and 27.5? Thanks.

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27.0 and 27.5 are the same shell. I ordereed the 27.5 and the shell was too short, had to exchange them for a 28.0

Anyone sized up and stuck an intuition...

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Anyone sized up and stuck an intuition liner in there?.

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the folks over at wildsnow have.

5 5


  • Gender: Male

I haven't used these boots beyond trying them on and dialing them in on my bindings, but I am really excited to start touring on them this winter. Just pulling them out of the box was a jaw dropping experience as these boots are phenomenally light. I'm really pumped to see how well they drive my skis. They seem like they're going to be very capable climbing boots for those lines that require crampons. Great product, I think these boots are a winner.

5 5

Remarkably Good

These boots are pretty awesome. The combination of extremely low weight and huge range of motion put these boots in a class of their own.

I've heard of sizing up and using thicker liners to add warmth to the boots, but my experience has been good year-round in the cascades.

Notes after a year's usage:
-Fit was strange for my feet. the boot narrows as it goes down, especially at the arch. I had to use an insole to mitigate the pressure on the inside of my feet. Also pressure at the top of my foot at the lower buckle was minimized by loosening the buckle and with some effort by a pro bootfitter.
-The tongues are a little hard to keep track of sometimes since they don't fit nicely into pockets.
-the boots go on and off faster than tennis shoes
-I wear a size 10.5 street- and 11 running shoe and these were the correct length in a 29.0, BSL 317mm, although very narrow for my feet.

I wear a 13-14 (US) men's mountaineering...

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I wear a 13-14 (US) men's mountaineering boot. From what I can see Dynafit only goes up to 12.5 (US) men's, is that true? 13 (US) seems like a pretty common size. How do I get dynafits in larger sizes? I can't find any other ski boot that is as light as the TLT 5s.

I'm going to use these for ski mountaineering, and want the lightest setup possible. The Scarpa MAESTRALE does fit me (comes in the right size), but it's a good 2 pounds heavier per pair.

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Unfortunately a 30.5 (12.5 US) is the largest size this boot is made in. You won't be able to find this boot any larger.

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I've seen so many different mondo size conversion charts I'm not sure what to believe. They range from 30.5 = 12.5 to 13.5. I think I just need to find a shop that carries a 30.5 in the TLT 5s and try them. Maybe even get a slightly lower volume liner.

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In the US, the max size Dynafit brings in is a 30.0 (EU equivalent 46 or US 12-12.5).

Any idea what size last they have?

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Any idea what size last they have?

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Officially it's 98mm. Definitely a snug, low-volume fit.

Are you guys going to restock these boots...

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Are you guys going to restock these boots in 29.5 & 30.0?

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Hi. Dynafit rep here. It's not likely as Dynafit North America is out of stock on these sizes as well. The TLT5 Performance will return to dominate again next year.

Having a Baron/Volkl Nanuq setup for powder...

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Having a Baron/Volkl Nanuq setup for powder days and spring touring. I use alpine boots for powder but looking for something I can walk with while touring in Sierra. I used borrowed Zzeros last year couple of times and they were ok but trying to find out if TLTs would fit this setup. Have a racing background so looking for something what can hold but priority would be walking comfort/weight/downhill in that order. Will TLT5 fit the Barons ?

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Negative, Ghostrider.

The TLTs are only compatible with tech fittings (Dynafit, G3, La Sportiva, etc). The short lips on the toe and heel of the boot may look like they're designed to fit into bindings, but they're too short for that and designed for crampons only.

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