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Powerful and responsive by design, the Scarpa Terminator X Pro Boot rocks both NTN and TLT binding compatibility for your out-of-bounds knee-dropping quests. Scarpa updated this boot with new hardware, but kept the same luxuriously comfortable and supportive Intuition liner inside. For extra badass points this boot uses a Vibram sole and, and a versatile Pebax shell that keeps the flex consistent no matter how deep the temperature drops.
  • 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
  • Unique design permits you to use the same boot for telemarking or touring with Dynafit bindings
  • Triple-injection foot and bi-injection cuff dial the boot's performance zone-by-zone
  • Pivoting tongue makes getting in and out easy
  • A Vibram sole to make your approach postholing a bit nicer

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Unanswered Question

How would you compare the flex of this...

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How would you compare the flex of this boot to the TRace? I switched back to alpine this past season as I felt I was out-skiing the TRace flex wise. I miss the tele turn, but am tired of feeling like my tele boots are holding me back due to being too soft.

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Comparison

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

They are noticably more comfortable than my T2X's given their Intuition liners and a lot more support which was expected with the 4-buckles and powerstrap. They are also insanely heavier, but great stability. A great inbound boot for sure but I'll stick to 3-buckles for touring thank you.
Scarpa makes quality tele boots through and through as long as you are getting the gear that suits the requirement.

5 5

Scuff protector or poor technique

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have used these boots 4 times this season and there are very visible scuffs on the inside scuff protectors. Is my telemark technique incorrect or does everyone have scuffs on that scuff protector? I think the scuffs are a result of moving the front lip of my back ski foreward and close to my forward boot. Is that suppose to happen or is my stance too close?

Responded on

If it's poor technique, we ALL share it! I'm surprised the outside isn't scuffed, on mine!

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Agreed, thats absolutely normal wear and tear from the boots hitting each other and occassional contact from the other ski. Thats why the protectors are there :)

5 5

You might wear them to the Office

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Not only are they stylish, but they are so comfortable that you might want to wear them all the time. They are stiff enough to really access the alpine turns that this binding system can handle, but flexible enough in the toe for the deep knee benders.

Can anyone comment on the Terminator X Pro...

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Can anyone comment on the Terminator X Pro and how it feels compared to an F1 boot or even the F3? Obviously its more substantial but is it worth the weight, especially for touring?

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Hi Eric,

Yes, it is very easy, forget everything about the F1, 2, 3 etc, this boot and bindings take the telemarking back to its roots, that is when the flex and transferal of weight is under the foot of the skier and not in from of it as was the sad consequence when back in the late 1970s Rottefella dropped bindings wider than the infamous 75 mm. Helpful ? I have used up a pair of Crispi EVO, and the NTN Term Pro is like night and day, fitting, quality, details (Crispi is also a very good boot just this is better and lighter). You will never regret it, get the new NTN binding and very important a costume fitted inner sole, God Tur

Can anyone help me
I have feet who are...

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Can anyone help me
I have feet who are 257-260mm
Would love to know which I should take?
Thanks very much

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Hey Losfristos,

You are probably going to fall in the size 26 - 27 range for these boots.

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I have quite wide feets and when measuring they're pretty much exactly 262mm. I'm wearing size 26mondo and would not go any bigger. Remember 26.5 will be one whole shell size up.

I'm new to telemark... so will these boots...

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I'm new to telemark... so will these boots not work with regular AT bindings? I see other comments explaining prerelease and boot flex- is that concern valid, as in- does that happen often when the DIN is cranked?

Responded on

These boots will only work in Tech style AT bindings (aka Dynafit, Plum, etc.) and they only work if you use a spacer to prevent the bellows from flexing. They do come with a spacer that works with most of the Dynafit bindings or you can always fashion your own.

5 5

Scarpa T X Pro

Just changed over to NTN and the T X Pro worked great. Because of the thermomoldable liners, I was able to fit my 27.5 feet comfortably into the 27 shell. I am pretty certain the 27.5 would have eventually become too big. As James mentioned below, the toe welt has deformed a little from the Rotefella binding, but it will probably stabilize now. While molding the liners, I elected to flex the bellows with tele-genuflections while they were still hot to hasten the break-in. If you are considering switching to NTN, I suggest you try a rental first and be sure to emphasize weighting the rear foot. It will feel strange at first, but the increase in power transfer and stability is considerable.

Unanswered Question

Other than 3 vs. 4 buckles, what are the...

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Other than 3 vs. 4 buckles, what are the differences between the T X and the T X Pro besides cost? Both accept NTN and TLT bindings. The Pro has thermomoldable liners, otherwise...flex? weight? other? Thanks

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james

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Amazing boot. the liner feels fantastic. I recommend trying it on in person from someone who actually cares about customer service. because the liner is so customizable the mondo size is misleading. You NEED to do a shell fit! get the smallest size possible and get the liner molded so there's plenty of room in the toe. I wear a size 11 street shoe, and I feel fantastic in a 27. If the liner packs out any it doesn't have too far to go, and I can wear a thicker sock, or relegate it to backcountry only use. The only downside I can think of is I'm in my first 10 days of skiing and The front welt has started to deform, I'm guessing from the ntn binding.

I've been skiing T1's for about 6 yrs and...

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I've been skiing T1's for about 6 yrs and now considering the Scarpa TX Pro with MTN binding setup. Can someone tell me how this boot handles Tele turns compared to the T1?

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You have probably used it now for a year so then you know, is a different world, no less, I have telemarked since I was five (part of the ski jumping back then) and every day with the boots and this binding is pure joy, as being a kid again... !

I am ready to buy some boots but would...

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I am ready to buy some boots but would like to maintain some flexibility in my equipment. Can I put these in a 22Designs Axl telemark binding for the rest of this season? How about G3's?

Responded on

No. The NTN boots will not work with 75mm bindings like the axl or the O1, or G3 tele bindings. I don't think G3 makes an NTN binding. Only Rottefella. These boots work with the NTN binding or the TTS binding for tele, and any tech at binding.

5 5

support puck doesn't fit Radical binding

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Awesome boot. Be warned the spacer that comes with the boot to support under the bellows in a tech binding fits the Dynafit Vertical but not the Radical. There is a thinner spacer available for some of their lighter tech bindings, seems to be nothing so far for the radical.

5 5

sweet boots

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I wear about a size 10-10.5 US shoe and I just purchased the 27.5 boots. I took them to a local shop to get the liners heat molded and they fit like a glove!
I am stoked to have the ability to not only shred these boots with my NTN Freeride bindings mounted on some Armada Norwalks, but also have the capability to throw these boots on an alpine tech touring binding to get some backcountry alpine skiing in this season.

More feedback to come as snow has arrived and the resorts open this week!

5 5

Excellent control

It took a couple of years for my friends to convince me to try NTN boots. What I really liked: the four buckles and the high cuff gives a really tight fit right, especially against my shin/calf which I think is critical for quick controlled left right transitions and for keeping the ski edge where you want it. With no 'slop', my skiis followed where my feet pointed. I just wish the ski season was longer.

5 5

Viva NTN... finally

Swapped my Prophets for these and they're simply perfect. Much better feel, fit and stiffness than the Prophet. I have a pretty standard foot, US 9.5 and the 27 fits perfectly. Had a 27.5 in Garmont and my toes got major pressure in the tow box. Tried, the 28, but they were too big. My weight is 165, I use the TX Pros with blue springs set to 3 and it's the perfect match to drive my Dynastar 6th Sense Slicers. Cheers.

I read on the scarpa website that these...

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I read on the scarpa website that these can be used with dynafit and other tech bindings for touring, and skied like a downhill boot on the way down. Is that so? It seems unreal.

Best Answer Responded on

Yes its real you may ski this boot with dynafit bindings. Now skiing like a downhill boot depends on what you are skiing . I would say it skis like a downhill boot with 100 flex .

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Is that due to the hinged toe or the shell as a whole? It just seems to me that the hinge won't make a large difference in the overall performance.

5 5

You forget you have them on

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm two full seasons in with the TX Pro and I have to say that I just don't think about them very much anymore. I put them on, and I ski. No complaints. There was a slight issue with pinching/hot spots in the heel when I would drop a knee early on, but this went away completely after I switched from the NTN Freeride to the Freedoms. I don't know the reason for this, but it seems like the the flex of this boot just matched up better with the Freedoms. Either touring or in the resort, now it's just like I'm skiing in my favorite old pair of sneakers. I was reluctant at first to go up to a four-buckle boot, but with these, there was a very small weight penalty for a major increase in comfort. I'm on the taller side and the cuff of my old T2X's hit my shin and calf in an awkward spot. My legs are definitely grateful on long resort days. What else can I say? Scarpa did a great job dialing these in. Any ski day, these are the last piece of equipment I have to worry about.

How do you adjust the forward lean on these...

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How do you adjust the forward lean on these boots? i find the factory lean is a bit too far forward

Responded on

This boot has two forward lean settings. To get into the "less aggressive" setting start in walk mode and flex the cuff back. With the cuff back flip the ski/walk mechanism to ski and slowly push the cuff forward. This should always get you to the more upright setting. To get into the "more aggressive" setting start in walk mode and pressure the cuff as far forward as you can. Flip the ski walk mechanism to ski and slowly bring the cuff back and that should get you into the forward setting.

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