A touring boot that has no exceptions to its comfort while going up or down.
- Mid-stiff Rislan material in the instep and Powerstringers efficiently transfer energy to your glides and smooth powder turns
- Thermo-moldable women-specific TF liner insulates your foot and allows for complete customization
- Long-tour friendly Pebax tongue flexes smoothly and consistently providing a great run down the mountain (and is made from 100% natural Castor beans)
- 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 and power strap enable fine-tuning of the boot to fit your foot
- Compatible with Dynafit Quick-Step-in binding systems as well as the new TLT binding (sold separately)
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I bought these for my girlfriends birthday. The pearl plastic had discolored to a ugly yellow. I looked to Dynafit to replace and this was the response "That is not really a warranty issue since it does not affect durability of the product." Luckily Backcountry took these back and took care of shipping.
Zzero 4 PX Design & Use
How do these boots compare with the Zzero...
How do these boots compare with the Zzero 4C-TF in terms of stiffness? Thanks.
Dynafit's engineers do not use the typical "70-140" stiffness rating found on many boots because there are no standards for these numbers. They are definitely softer than the 4C-TF, but maybe only one step. If you need a number, I'd say that the 4C-TF is 110-120 and these are 100-110.