Shred 'til your heart's content in the warm, loving backcountry world.
You love a wide-open vista full of pristine bowls and undisturbed glades; you'll embrace the eco-friendly Scarpa Women's T2 Eco Telemark Boot, made from organic, renewable Pebax Rnew. With its high-performance cabrio design and triple-density, uber-stable yet lightweight construction, there's more to love about this versatile, all-terrain boot than its environmental conscience. And the toasty-warm Intuition performance liner forms to your foot so precisely, perhaps it would be more apt to say this boot will embrace you.
- Eco-friendly Pebax Rnew shell, cuff, and tongue provide strength and performance; cabrio construction provides easy on-off and oodles of touring comfort
- Triple-density shell foot maintains perfect flex with maximum, high-performing lateral stability
- 102mm width provides enough room for comfort on the long climb and high-speed descent
- Women-specific fit features narrower heel, lower calf, and higher instep
- Weighs a mere 6lb 12oz (per pair, size 25)
- Intuition Performance Flex G Women's liner is custom-moldable for precision fit, energy-efficient for high-performance, and cozy-warm
- Active power strap provides secure closure and cuff support
- Buckles are strong and lightweight and easy to adjust with gloved hands
- Walk-ski mode is a cinch to switch and provides ample room to walk and secure lockdown on the downhill
- Forward lean adjusts from 16 to 19 degrees
- Replaceable edge guards protect bellows from ski-edge abuse and disperse forefoot buckle pressure for added comfort; one extra pair included
- Vibram Print sole has smooth toe for easy fit into binding, prominent pegs for non-slip traction, and soft heel with lugs for sure-footed downhill walking
- Compatible with 75mm telemark bindings
- Item #SCR0243
- Q & A
Ready set climb
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
My brother went from downhill skiing to snowboarding....so i followed...then he went from snowboarding to tele skiing so naturally i went from boarding to tele skiing too. He helped me find some beginner boots...my T2s...and i havent been able to strap on a board ever since. I bit the bill and bought these boots (at the time it seemed like a lot of money for a new sport....but glad i did). I am 6.5-7 in shoes and i bought size 24/ also custom molded my liners. Ive bought other Scarpa tele boots but felt they were almost too stiff and hard core so ive returned them all and stuck with my T2s. I love the touring mode, makes it easy for wandering around if im at the lodge or when actually touring....which these are my only tele boots. For me there is no other boot i need, at least for right now. I have only been tele skiing for 4 years now, but i find these to be very comfortable for skiing as well as climbing. I have had a few issues with the buckles slipping at times but nothing major. Scarpa makes a durable, comfortable lasting boot so there is no need for me to spend more money on other boots....but....a girl can never have too many skis!
Great boot for beginner to intermediate
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This was the first tele boot I bought when I started telemarking. I wear a 24.5 in alpine boots (7.5 shoe) so went ahead and bought these in the 24.5 as well. Ski boots are typically manufactured so that the .0 and .5 shell sizes are actually the same - super expensive to produce shell sizes that actually vary by the half size... However, Scarpa will pair the lower .5 size with the next whole size. For example, the 23.5 and 24.0 are the same size, where most companies pair 24.0 and 24.5. So... My boots felt great when I first bought them, but they packed out quickly and I soon had way too much room in there. Also, I realized that I would prefer a stiffer boot.
That said, this is a great boot if you are just getting into the tele world. I would definitely recommend trying the half size down! Definitely keep in mind that these will pack out with wear - and like most ski boots, it is easier to make them bigger than it is to make them smaller. Talk to your local boot fitter about that one!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I love these boots, I have a somewhat wider foot and originally tried the T1s, while very responsive were too serious for my skiing style. The walk mode on these is amazing and once you get all the plastic trained to sit where it needs to they are awesome to put on and off. The break in period is uncomfortable, but not too long, and even after just a couple of days of riding, they were very comfortable by the end of the ski day. Not super cush on the inside (no fancy fur or anything) but warm up pretty fast. I got superfeet insoles for these and they could not be more comfortable, light and responsive. I an avid skier and average about 50-50 resort and backcountry riding and have found these to be awesome at both.
Scarpa T2 Eco Telemark Boot
Are these boots true to size? I have a...
Are these boots true to size? I have a pair of garmont excursions in mondo size 23.5. I had read somewhere that scarpa run 1/2 size small.
I have a pair that are size 23.5 and wear a Euro size 39/US women's size 8. They are extremely comfortable.