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TLT7 Performance Alpine Touring Ski Boot

3 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews

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TLT7 Performance Ski Boot

If you're trying to win a 500 race, you need a real fast race car. If you're a speed-focused ascensionist, you need the Dynafit TLT7 Perfomance Ski Boot. After all, the more quickly and efficiently you can power through the uphill, the more laps you can get in on fully charged legs. This new ski-mountaineering workhorse does just that with the newly designed Speed Nose toe and setback pivot point that allows for more natural and smooth climbing movement, so you can come at the skintrack like a spider monkey. Constructed with Dynafit's Grilamid and Titantex fiber Lamda frame, the TLT7 Performance weighs in at hair over two pounds per boot and is remarkably stiff for its climbing aptitude.

You've got the need for speed, so the updated Snowdynamic Concept contouring design reduces snow resistance at the nose and side of the boot on both the uphill and down, and it makes stepping into your tech bindings quicker than ever before. Master Step Tech Fittings feature elongated guidance grooves in the toe fittings and a stronger, internally anchored heel fitting that's suitable for DIN settings as high as 16, so all you Dynafit Beast fans can have at it without needing the Power Insert heelpiece. Removable tongues, ski/walk levers, and multiple buckles are for people with a pit crew. For the rest of us flying solo, the Ultralock 3.0 Closure System controls the lean/lock mechanism with 60-degree range of motion and cable system that tightens the entirety of the boot with one fell swoop, saving you time and fussing. Shake and bake, baby.


  • A skimo-oriented boot for charging ascents
  • Maintains a stiff flex while weighing in at 2.25lb
  • Medium wide 102mm last accommodates high-volume feet
  • Light, grippy Pomoca Climb soles for surefooted performance
  • Whopping 60 degrees of cuff rotation and setback pivot point
  • One buckle control for tightening and lean lock function
  • Master Step fittings and internally anchored heel fitting
  • Snowdynamic Concept design reduces snow resistance
  • Item #DNF009V
Shell Material
[shell] Grilamid, Titantex Fiber, [cuff] Titantex Fiber, [spoiler] Grilamid
Last Width
102 mm
Buckle Material
Lean Angle
15 - 15 °
Walk Mode
yes, Ultra Lock 3.0
custom light
Thermo-moldable Liner
Binding Compatibility
TLT (tech)
Formula Pomoca Climb
Claimed Weight
[27.5, single] 2 lbs 4 oz
Recommended Use
ski mountaineering, alpine touring
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

3 based on 2 ratings

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2 out of 5 stars

March 31, 2021

Great but design flaws limit durability

I've put it through the wringer

I loved this boot when I first got it -- it was a major upgrade in comfort, weight, and performance. However, I think the decision to make the 1 yellow lever close both buckles into walk mode when you put the boot on is a major design mistake. Closing the buckles requires me to put a scary amount of force on the lever. At the end of my first season with the boots, the cable that connects the lever to the two buckles broke while I was putting on the boots. I believe this was caused by friction somewhere along the cable's serpentine path from the lever to the bottom buckle. Dynafit installed a new cable for me, but at the end of my second season with the boots a serious crease developed on the outside side of the shell, next to the lever. I think the problem is fundamentally the same as the problem that caused the cable break: the cable closure system requires so much force that it deforms the boot. The boot is now unusable: the shell bulges in at the crease. (Separately from this problem, the liner is too thin and packed out after 2 seasons, but this problem is easily fixable with a new liner if it wasn't for the other problems.) I'd skip this boot and look at the TLT8, which seems to have a simpler, separately-closeable lower buckle, and therefore hopefully avoids the problems with the TLT7.

Tyler M
4 out of 5 stars

August 24, 2020

Replacing TLT6

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
5' 11"

Winter 2018 my TLT6 boots came out of ski mode while descending resulting in a broken tailbone. Maybe skiing tongueless TLT6's on big skis caused my release issue? It surprised me, given the simple and robust appearance of the pin latch design, and no apparent damage. It's not the first boot that has come unlocked from ski mode (Garmont literiders)...I spotted a deep discount on these TLT7s after trying a smaller pair on and learning Dynafit had nothing interesting to report on my faulty TLT6s. It seemed like a stupid idea to trust the same latch system again, but maybe the carbon cuff would be more precise and reliable, and integrated tongue keep me buckled in? At the time there wasn't a boot that fit better with similar performance, and certainly not under $400. Even now, heavier AT boots are being recalled. I've only used the 7's with small skis, which I call my anti-race rando skis (158 cm by 88mm) With a one year old baby, they only have about three days of use. So far, I'm loving the TLT7 performance, and loss of weight. Like another reviewer stated, Dynafit has fine tuned several TLT6 issues like; migrating power strap & upper cuff flaps, removable tongues, etc. While the integrated tongue and one buckle cable system makes cold parking lot donning and transitions a pleasure, I often want for more forward cuff rotation as compared with my tounge-less TLT6's. - The TLT7 tongue is giving me boot bang while touring, interfering while hiking, and skinning up-hill. AT boots seem to get better each passing year. This boot isn't perfect yet, but until they release to tour mode on descent or the cable leaves me stranded they are still good enough to keep me from dusting off my 25plus pound touring Telemark setup.

Evan M