The lightest downhill-oriented touring boot built for women.
- Women-specific thermo-moldable TF liner, engineered cuff, and narrower forefoot were designed to be customized to fit your feminine foot
- Walk mode permits 30-degrees of cuff rotation for easy skinning and kick turns
- Cuff locks down with a 15 or 21-degree forward lean to match your level of alpine ambition
- DynaGrip Ultralight outsole provides steady grip on boot packs
- Micro-adjustable magnesium buckles enable fine-tuning of the boot to fit your foot
- Compatible with Dynafit Quick Step-In binding systems as well as most ISO touring bindings (sold separately)
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I have a wider foot but want a boot with...
I have a wider foot but want a boot with similiar characteristics to this one - i.e. light but robust. Any suggestions? Will this work for me with a molded foot bed or just too narrow?
These are the widest Dynafits. If they fit, of course depends on how wide (and volume) your foot is. A pro bootfitter should be able to make these work for you if there any issues. BD typically runs the widest, but that may be too much.
I have a very narrow foot, use 98mm last...
I have a very narrow foot, use 98mm last on my downhill boots with an intuition liner, what is the width of this boot?
These run approx. 102mm at the metatarsals. Both of Dynafits other series run narrower. The women's models to check out are the Gaia TF-X (@ 100mm) and the TLT5 MTN TF-X Women (@ 98mm).
Got these for my gf. She has a narrow and hard to fit foot. Her resort boots are Rossi B-Squad pro 130s. I believe they are 98mm forefoot. She got a custom footbed made for these, heat molded the liners, and they seem to fit great. Have not had a chance to get out on the snow with them, yet.
Will These boots fit with the marker baron...
Will These boots fit with the marker baron bindings in size
Nope. Sole length on the 25.0 (the largest available of last year's boot on this page) is 286mm. The Baron large runs 305-370mm.