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K2 Mindbender 130 Alpine Touring Boot


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Mindbender 130 Alpine Touring Boot

The K2 Mindbender 130 Alpine Touring Boot is a burly backcountry boot built for freeriding mountains as big as your dreams. K2's stiffest 130 flex combined with a narrow last provide that precise performance you need to make those dream lines come true. There's no chute too narrow, no couloir too steep, nor apron too exposed for this boot to ride. For comfort, K2 added a PowerFit Pro Tour liner with thermo-moldable paneling to provide a comfier fit. K2 also added a Powerlock Spyne walk mode latch that initiates a wide walking range for easy hiking, and Gripwalk rubber ensures traction when you're hiking.

  • Backcountry boot built to ski mindbending lines down big mountains
  • 130 flex offers the stiffest flex that K2 makes for any ski boot
  • 98mm last is on the narrow side of ski boots for precision
  • PowerLite shell ensures durable stiffness at a low weight
  • PowerFit Pro Tour liner includes heat-moldable foams
  • Powerlock Spyne walk mode initiates a 50° range of motion
  • Gripwalk rubber sole includes tech compatibility
  • Item #K2SO0BV

Shell Material
TPU [cuff] Pebax Bioresin
Last Width
Buckle Material
Lean Angle
10 - 17°
Walk Mode
Powerlock Spyne (50° range of motion)
Thermo-moldable Liner
PowerFit Pro
Liner Closure
ripcord power cinch strap (45mm)
Binding Compatibility
tech, AT
DIN Certified
ISO 9523
Gripwalk rubber
Claimed Weight
3lb 13oz
Recommended Use
backcountry skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

Bend Minds, Bend Lines

I've used it several times
True to size

Had the opportunity to ski this boot for a few weeks last season and all I can say is that if you are looking for a hard charging, while still mobile touring boot that can also be skied in-bounds with ease - these boots are fantastic. This boot is strong and stable - giving you good stiffness at "130" - i'd say it's a truer 130 for the touring boot category, but not quite as stiff as a 130 in an alpine equivalent. It's comfortable - probably best in class for these boot types - really nice feel out of the box that did not wear down with use. Solid 4 buckle design that gives you the confidence to charge. The cam strap for the cuff strap is extremely burly and gives you that extra tension. Pair these with a Duke PT, Shift, Guardian, Baron, or Kingpin Binding and you've got yourself a quiver killer. I skied them with a K2 Mindbender 116 and Shifts and I felt like a hero,