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Carving tracks down the line of a lifetime isn't as difficult as actually getting to it, but with the Garmont Delirium AT Boot you have both easy ascending ability and stiff descending stability to shred aggressive arcs once you finish the climb. Built to advance your backcountry big-mountain domination, this four-buckle boot allows three different angles of forward lean and a free-swinging walk mode for backcountry tours, couloir crushing, or quick resort laps.

  • The 130 flex, the stiffest from Garmont, yields high-performance for big-mountain freeriding on steep resort lines and legendary backcountry descents
  • EZFit thermo-moldable, multi-density liner provides efficient power transfer, keeps heat inside, cushions big impacts, and can be customized by a boot fitter
  • Wide forefoot last accommodates a die-hard skier's bone spurs, while its snug heel and stiff, secure lower boot provides maximum control to the ski
  • High Overlap shell transfers power efficiently for great control of fat skis while the sealed gasket keeps water and melting snow out of your boot
  • Comes with an installed alpine sole (AT and tech-compatible sole sold separately)
  • Sole features three screws and an engineered polymer structure to keep the soles secure and to make swapping easy
  • Easy3 Magnesium Ski-Walk Mechanism frees the cuff and allows a comfortable rotation for hiking and skinning and then locks back into your chosen forward lean position
  • Power Strap and four magnesium buckles lock down the boot to fit your foot closely and comfortably while a removable cuff spoiler further enhances the fit
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Good boot, Zero service.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

What you see is NOT what you get

Watch out, the Garmont Delirium freeride boots come with ISO soles not Alpine Touring soles as was posted on the backcountry website. I purchased these boots months ago and have been trying to get the AT soles through backcountry and Scott since. I have hit a brick wall. Scott don't seem to be interested in customer service and backcountry haven't been much help - and I'm not asking for free soles, I'm happy to pay. Great boot, zero after sales service. So if you want to get these boots make sure you are getting the soles you need as you will struggle to get any joy later. The one star is for Scott and Backcountry -straight up they suck.

Seriously hard charging!!!

    These boots are BIG, want to rip and want to go fast! Strap a pair of these on and be ready the rip hard charging carves, slash the waist deep tree runs and slack country bowls. These have become my go to boot for all resort activity and slack country tours (I have another super lite boot for long tours). These are without question the stiffest AT boot I've ever skied, they actually feel like super aggressive race boots when canted all the forward, have great ski/boot sensitivity and deliver energy instantly to the ski. I'm looking forward to skiing these for a long time!

    Does anybody know where I can find the...

    Does anybody know where I can find the alpine sole blocks for the delirium today? I have the AT soles, but need alpine soles for a size 27. Thanks for any tips!


    Obviously this boot comes with the Alpine sole blocks so I assume that you have lost your somewhere along your way. I took your question seriously and searched high and low for a place that selles the ISO alpine soles separately. I found a few places that have sold it in the past but everyone was out of stock and it was not expected to be back in stock. It looks like they may not be offered any more. I would therefore recommend trolling online classifieds for a used pair. I actually was able to find sellers on Craigslist and other places. I am sorry we don't have these to offer you, but I hope the information helps.

    Garmont is now Scott so search under Scott maybe, I am having the same problem because the ski shop that I purchased them from

    said they came with the Alpine block but sent them with the touring block and we are on hold until they can locate a set

    Do these come with soles that are compatible...

    Do these come with soles that are compatible with Dynafit� binding systems?

    Currently skiing the Lange Super Blasters,...

    Currently skiing the Lange Super Blasters, however I'm looking to upgrade to a tech set up for next season. But a still want a boot that can handle my skiing style, which is fairly aggressive, skiing fast and hard. The description and reviews seem like the Delirium would fit the bill. I wanted to know if anyone could provide some insight into the fit of the boot in general and compared to the Lange SuperBlaster (102 last).


    I got these boots at the end of last season, I haven't skied them yet so I don't know how they'll do on the hill.

    If langes fit your foot then you might have some trouble with these. Langes are notoriously low volume and narrow, these boots have a very large toe box and fit my high instep very well. The walk mechanism seems solid but that's only from walking around the house, and then the neighborhood for about a mile to get an idea for how they'd hike. The snow dries up pretty quick down here in Chile, so I never got them cold enough to know how stiff they flex.

    In the cold of spring in the high desert (30-34deg F) they seem a little soft. I don't know how that transparent insert is going to affect the flex but I'm hoping they stiffen up. They're only a little heavier than my T2 ecos but I'll just leave the extra water bottle at home and add snow to my bladder (hydration that is).

    The fit and finish are first rate and the pieces are all engineered to give confidence. They shipped with alpine soles because the tech soles weren't available at the time. The system seems solid with the majority of the support being molded into the boot and the screws just keep it in place. I've seen and had enough problems with bindings tearing out of top sheets, the idea of loosing the soles of my boots is not appealing.

    Without skiing them I can't say one way or the other but I think I'll be very happy with them once I can get up to the hill. Gotta love lift service on the fourth of July.