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Dynafit went back to the drawing board to design the Women’s Zzero4 U-MF Ski Boot, making it the most anatomical and best-fitting female specific boot out there. This boot has a lower and wider rear shell cuff to accommodate the unique shape of a woman’s calf. The lower shell features a deep heel pocket and sculpted toe box to eliminate the formation of hotspots and cold feet. Dynafit exclusives like the patented Touring Buckle Attachment and quick-step-in inserts (ideal for use with Dynafit bindings) top off the hottest new women’s AT boot on the market.

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4 5

Difficult buying ski boots by internet.

Bought these boots for my daughter who has a size
7-1/2 womens's US foot. The 24's were too small, and the 25's too big, and Backcountry did not have the 24.5 so unfortunately we did not end up keeping this boot. While I can't comment on performance the boot was aesthetically nice, light, and was well designed for the typical women's leg shape (if there is such a thing!). For my daughter the cut in terms of boot height and wider calf was very comfortable. It's difficult buying boots on the internet, not being able to try several brands, models, and sizes on at the same time for comparison. Although Backcountry offers a reasonable return rate, the cost does start to add up. I am unlikely to purchase boots this way again unless it's with REI; we have a local store and so returning is hassle free and you can get the boot molded at no extra cost. Buying boots locally still remains the best value overall in my view.

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is this the older version of the women's...

is this the older version of the women's Dynafit ZZero 4 PX-TF AT Ski Boot? Anyone know if they fit similar? The ZZero 4 PX-TF fits me great but priced at ~$650. would rather pay less

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What's the flex on these?

What's the flex on these?

will these be available in size 26.0?

will these be available in size 26.0?

The sizing chart attached to this product...

The sizing chart attached to this product says 'Alpina' and the measurements are different from what I'd expect based on my other boots (Garmonts). I wear a women's 7 street shoe and generally size down a tad in ski boots. In Garmont I wear a 23 mondo (in alpine boots I sometimes go to a 22.5). It would make sense to me to order a 23 in this boot, but the size chart suggests a 24 - a size I've never worn and which I fear would be too big... Does anyone have experience regarding sizing for these?

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Ewa- My g/f just got these boots and the sizing is a bit tricky. I don't think the Alpina size chart backcountry displays is correct. Her boot is a size 23, and she wears a 6.5 / 7 US womens. We're not sure if they're too small or not until we cook the liners. On the boots there is a sizing sticker that says 23, US mens 5. So, I think these are a US women's 6 - 6.5 when cooked. I have a pair of Dynafit Zzeros as well. I wear a size 28 in Garmonts and 27 in Dynafits. Hope this helps,

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I wear a 7.5 in normal street shoes, and got these ski boots in 24 and they fit perfectly.

Unanswered Question

Are these only compatible with dynafit...

Are these only compatible with dynafit bindings? i hear a rumor they were, please tell me it's just a rumor