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The Scarpa Hurricane AT boot is here and ready to blow your sick, twisted, powder-addicted mind.

Freeriders rejoice—the Scarpa Men's Hurricane AT Boot is here and ready to lay waste to the entire mountain. Wear this stiff, four-buckle AT boot to charge any line with confidence. V-Frame power-ribs on the cuff give the Hurricane the stiffness to handle steep descents without adding weight, so the tour up won't feel like a death march. An interchangeable DIN-standard Vibram Ride rubber sole allows you to use your alpine touring bindings in the backcountry and your regular alpine bindings for days in the resort. When you need extra security kick-stepping up an icy chute, use the interchangeable lug sole for extra traction. Scarpa even included a lateral cant adjustment so you can dial in the boot for optimal edge control and an Intuition Speed liner for warmth and an out-of-the-box fit.

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Anyone know the sole length for a size 28...

Anyone know the sole length for a size 28 mondo? I ride Marker Duke's size small that only go up to 320.

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Write your question here... how about the...

Write your question here... how about the fit for a foot with a very high instep and low vloume?

5 5

lightweight

These boots are amazing but flex in a way that is totally different from a traditional boot. Since they have less "over the top" flex I ending up riding a more neutral position, which is better for the BC anyways. Where they lack is high speed (like, racing speeds) groomer carving, as you can't front flex the ski as aggressively. But that is not the point of this boot. The point is they weigh half as much as a normal alpine boot which allows for faster transitions, more pop in your jump turns, and fantastically light legs on any boot pack uphill.

5 5

Lighter than alpine boots, about the same control

I'm using a pair of these as essentially an alpine boot, and I'm pleased with them. Coming at it from an AT skier's perspective, why not use a lighter weight boot than a normal alpine boot, my size 28's weigh exactly the same as my Spirit 3's (ca. 1750 gms), unless you are racing or a total speed freak, the reduced weight and greater comfort makes sense to me. A boot tech told me the flex was 80, not super stiff. They run pretty true to size, as others have said. I have a skinny foot, but these are a lower volume boot than my Spirit 3's, which I have shimmed out (didn't need to shim the Hurricanes). BTW I'm riding BD megs with Jesters under these, and there's no lack of control even with the huge boards. They walk OK considering the cuff has no selectable walk mode, but if you tweak the rake and the canting, walking in these is comfortable enough. One last thing, the rando soles provided as a swap for the DIN soles are OK for AT plate bindings, but you can only safely use the DIN bindings the boots have on them in the box if you are using alpine bindings. My ski tech read me the riot act about this and I had to change back to the DIN soles to stay inside the release spec limits.

5 5

Scarpa Hurricane

I bought my Hurricanes without trying on first and haven't had them molded yet but first impressions are that they are a high volume boot. I was also told to size down but didn't and am glad as they seem to fit fairly true to size but there is plenty of room in the forefoot. One with a narrow foot might not like the feel. But if one is tired of jamming their feet into a race type boot and looking for some comfort.... Reasonably stiff forward flexing similiar to a consumer race boot but you have to crank them down. Incredibly light and walking in them is a breeze.

One review says the mondo size 26 fits his...

One review says the mondo size 26 fits his US size 8 feet. Another review says that they boot is high volume and suggests that a smaller size would have been better. Anybody have anything to add in terms of the length? Also, scarpa is typically pretty narrow (except the Spirit 4 and a few others). Any feedback from people on this matter?

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I would highly suggest going to a local shop(if there is one near you) and trying these on in person it is very hard to fit a boot without trying on multiple sizes.

5 5

scarpa Hurricane

I bought these boots here about a month ago for a fantastic price, including free shipping.Great service, fast shipping.
I fit the boots myself, using instructions for heat molding I got from the internet. The fit is perfect for me. I normally wear a US size 8. I bought the smallest size available (26)even though I would have probably bought a 25, the 26 fits me perfect, with room for my toes. These are the best ski boots I have owned.(I skied ten years + on Raichle Flexon comps) Very comfortable, I can ski in them all day without even realizing they are on my feet. (Including hiking for an hour to reach a back bowl). These are pretty stiff, but with a very nice, even flex. Great boots for larger skis like the Volkl Mantra I ski on. These are my resort/BC boots with the Mantra's and Marker Dukes. I have lighter skis and boots for longer tours. I installed the Lug soles right away. That is the only minor issue I have with these boots. The screws are not quite adequate for the job. I inadvertently put the short screws in the wrong holes (not rrealizing there are different lengths) and stripped a couple of the holes in the plastic shell. I ended up using Marine Goop to glue the soles and screws to the boots, which seems to work fine. Not too sure what will happen when I need to replace them. I had contacted Scarpa to ask if there should have been included an owners manual with the boots,and ask if there was any specific instructions for installing the soles but they weren't too helpful. All in all, very good boots and I highly recommend the boots and this site.

5 5

Nirvana

Got my Hurricanes from here about 2 weeks ago (killer price). Got them professionally fitted with footbeds and "Cooked" by Larry's Boot Fitting in Boulder, CO. Most comfortable, well performing boot I've owned in 30+years of skiing. Can do both AT and Alpine equally well. Wouldn't want to walk a long way in them, but for short approach. Light, precise, adjustable lean and cant. I'm selling my Salomon alpine boots.

5 5

mtnpeaksofmt

Awesome boot, probably the best alpine boot on the market! Extreme boot stiffness is fantastic for steep or extreme skiing. If you want to get maximum energy to your skis this is the boot. Added features of interchangeable boot soles and boot adjustments are nice. Only words of wisdom are that these boots have lots of volume in the foot area, be careful when sizing. I have an average size foot but the volume was too much for me.

What are the flex rating for these...

What are the flex rating for these boots?