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  • Dynafit Vulcan MS Alpine Touring Boot Top
  • Dynafit Vulcan MS Alpine Touring Boot Sole
  • Dynafit Vulcan MS Alpine Touring Boot 3/4 Back
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  • Dynafit Vulcan MS Alpine Touring Boot Green/Black
  • Dynafit Vulcan MS Alpine Touring Boot Top
  • Dynafit Vulcan MS Alpine Touring Boot Sole
  • Dynafit Vulcan MS Alpine Touring Boot 3/4 Back
  • Dynafit Vulcan MS Alpine Touring Boot Side
  • Dynafit Vulcan MS Alpine Touring Boot Side

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  • Dynafit Vulcan MS Alpine Touring Boot Green/Black

Dynafit Vulcan MS Alpine Touring Boot

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    Not all relationships require compromise.

    For years, there was a common perception that a boot built to tour uphill couldn't possibly ski well going down. Well, the Vulcan MS Alpine Touring Boot from Dynafit is here to shatter that perception. There are a number of features to love about the Vulcan when in the skintrack, starting with the weight—these bad boys come in at just about 3.5 pounds per boot which is extremely lightweight for a boot this stiff. The 103mm last has plenty of room for your toes on the way up, which is especially nice to help maintain good circulation on colder days, and the 60-degree cuff rotation should be plenty for even the most ardent yoga enthusiasts.

    The beauty of the Vulcan is that the fun doesn't stop when you get to the top of your run. Simply plug in the removable downhill booster tongue and your boot becomes a stiff, freeriding machine. The boot is plenty skiable without the cuff, so lighter riders, or folks that prefer a softer feel from their boots may just forgo the use of the booster tongue. The Vulcan sports three metal buckles, one of them being an innovative, new centrally located buckle directly on the shell pivot points. When engaged, it helps to keep the cuff and shell compressed, adding to increased stiffness throughout the entire boot. The Dynafit Pro Freeride sole features three different rubber compounds for use on both the uphill and the downhill. There is a soft rubber that offers excellent grip on slipper rock ridges, a hard substance designed to work with modern step-in binding systems, and a medium rubber that is a good compromise for areas that need grip but are subject to high amounts of abrasion as well.

    • Stiff flex
    • 103mm last
    • Pebax shell and cuff
    • Downhill booster tongue
    • Ultra Lock power strap
    • Ultra-Lock System 2.0 ski/walk mode
    • 15-18° adjustable forward lean
    • Heat-moldable liner
    • Dyn Pro Alpine sole
    • Item #DNF007C

    Tech Specs

    Shell Material
    [shell] Pebax, [cuff and spoiler] fiberglass/Pebax
    Flex
    stiff
    Last Width
    103 mm
    Buckles
    3
    Lean Angle
    15 - 18 deg
    Walk Mode
    yes, 60-degree rotation
    Liner
    Custom Plus
    Thermo-moldable Liner
    yes
    Binding Compatibility
    alpine touring, TLT (tech)
    Sole
    Dyn Pro Alpine
    Claimed Weight
    (single, size 27.5) 3 lb 9 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine touring, freeride touring
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Unanswered Question

    What is the difference between the Vulcan and TLT6 Performance as far as application?

    Anyone know what the differences are (if any) between the half sizes and the full size?

    Craig,
    The half sizes and full sizes (27.0/27.5) will have the same BSL–all that changes is the liner/footbed.

    So, theoretically, the 27 would have a smaller fit than the 27.5? is the volume of the liner thicker in the full sizes?