Let loose the lady terminator within.
- Pebax shell material ensures consistent flex of this boot despite rapid changes in temperature
- Intuition Speed Pro G thermomoldable liner provides a fit custom to your foot and keeps the little piggies toasty
- 102mm last for a semi wide foot or little extra room for those long side country walks
- Triple-injection foot and bi-injection cuff offer zone-specific flex characteristics that support aggressive skiing
- Pivoting tongue means no-struggle entry and exit from this boot
- A Vibram sole has aggressive, mountain-specific design for traction and ultimate durability
- Item #SCR0208
- Q & A
Not for Narrow Feet
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I demo-ed these for a few weeks last season. I really wanted them to work. The liners were super comfy but these boots run WIDE. Even with all the buckles on the tightest settings, I could slip my foot out. I kept taking out smaller and small sizes and the newer style ankle strap does not dial in enough for people with smaller feet. We even tried padding out the liners (front pads and butterfly) with no luck. A word of wise to the narrow footed, Scarpa seems to be designing boots for wider footed women now.
I ended up going with the Garmont Priestess with custom built liners.
Scarpa Terminator X Pro Boot
Scarpa NTN boots too wide
I was so disappointed to find that Scarpa has made their NTN boots wider than their T1s. The T1s fit me so nicely across my arches, but the NTNs, right out of the box were already too loose on the tightest buckle setting.
If you do not have narrow feet, you will probably love them.
Both Backcountry and all Scarpa sizing charts I have goggled so far say that these boots in size 24.0 are equal to a European size 39. But actually they run a bit small. A foot with size 39 would be better off in a 24.5 or 25.0.
for shell sizing they run 23.5/24
Can these boots be used with an alpine set up? I am a lightweight, fairly aggressive skier and am trying to determine if I could use these boots in NTN bindings for telemark and for alpine when I want to lock my heel down. Or...do I just need to invest in a separate alpine set up (boot, binding, ski)?
I just bought these boots with the intention of using them for NTN and TLT set-up for alpine use. I love the boots and they fit like a glove after having them heat molded. When I researched the boots this summer, I found out that there is a block for under the bellows for TLT bindings. However, no block in the box with the boots when they arrived. I contacted Scarpa and they stated they no longer endorse the boots for TLT...only NTN. Not sure of the issue and why the change...would be good to know!
What is the difference between an alpine...
What is the difference between an alpine touring boot and a telemark boot? I'm looking for an aggressive woman's NTN telemark boot.
Thanks. Meant to be a bit more specific....
Thanks. Meant to be a bit more specific. Do they just work with Dynafit bindings or other bindings? What would be some other AT bindings that they would be compatible with? Thaks
These will work with any tech binding. The companies that would make these bindings are: La Sportiva, Plum, Dynafit, and G3. They will not work with bindings like a Marker Duke or Salomon Guardian.
are these boots compatible to just tlt...
are these boots compatible to just tlt binding systems or all at systems? in addition to working with ntn
Meg - these will work with tech bindings (such as Dynafit) or the NTN telemark system.
Just trying to figure out if these boots...
Just trying to figure out if these boots are crampon compatible for mountaineering?
Absolutely they are. There is a toe and heel welt, so any clip crampon will fit. It won't be the best fit in the world like a normal mountaineering boot, but it will work just fine.