T for Trenchtown.
Buy a one-way ticket to Trenchtown and never look back—not that you could, with all the powder face shots. Powerful and responsive by design, the Scarpa TX Pro Boot rocks both NTN and TLT binding compatibility for your out-of-bounds knee-dropping quests. The TX Pro is outfitted with four buckles, a power strap, Power Block Tour system for 22 degrees of cuff rotation, and a luxuriously comfortable and supportive Intuition Speed Pro G liner inside. Scarpa did away with the "duck bill," so the shorter sole offers better power transmission and easier kick turns on steep ascents. For extra badass points, this boot uses a Vibram EVO sole and a lightweight, triple-injected Pebax shell that keeps the flex consistent no matter how deep the temperature (or your knee) drops.
- A do-anything slayer boot that loves pow days
- Great fit for wider feet with a 102mm last
- Compatible with both NTN and tele tech bindings
- Pebax shell is both strong and lightweight
- Heat-moldable Intuition liner ensures warmth and comfort
- Power Block Tour offers 22 degrees of cuff rotation
- Rugged Vibram EVO soles ensure grip on snow and rock
- Item #SCR003K
- Q & A
Tele Lunges Like a Pro
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Scarpa finally made a boot in cool colors! Unfortunately I have the Halloween black and orange version of the TX Pro's from last year but I did have a chance to ski this years version at the Outdoor Retailer Demo Day last season. The TX Pro's are the most versatile tele boot in the Scarpa line-up and I would estimate their flex at around 120. They are light enough to tour easily with and have a great range of motion in the walkmode. Lock 'em down and turn your skis around and the aggressive flex and consistent feel of the Pebax shell allows you to drive any ski out there. I mainly ski the Volkl Mantra's with 22 Designs Outlaw Bindings.
The TX Pro's are compatible with any NTN telemark binding and are the only option for bindings like the Meidjo 2.0 which have a tech tour mode. Rumor is that more of these lightweight tech-tele bindings are in the works from other manufacturers so backcountry aficionados beware! Tele is making a comeback. If you are a freeheeler looking for the one boot quiver then look no further than the TX Pro.
Feel free to contact me directly with any questions on the TX Pro's, tele skiing or ski gear in general.
Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead - firstname.lastname@example.org - 801-736-4337