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Lange
XT3 Tour Pro Alpine Touring Boot - 2023

3.75 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
Current price: $382.48 Original price: $849.95
55% off
Color:Power Blue

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Why We Like The XT3 Tour Pro Alpine Touring Boot

When the resorts are skied out we buckle-up the Lange XT3 Tour Pro Alpine Touring Boot and head for the hills. These boots combine a downhill alpine boot feel with uphill skin track capabilities to let us ski the burliest terrain we can find. The downhill feel is created by a stiff 130 flex Grilamid shell, while the touring liner and walk mode allow us to cruise up skin tracks.


Details

  • Touring boots that don't make sacrifices on the up or down
  • Grilamid construction is lightweight yet rigid
  • 130 flex offers ample power for high level skiers
  • 4 aluminum buckles lock in a slop free fit all day
  • Quick walk mode offers ample rotation for natural strides
  • Moldable liners create an even more precise fit
  • Vibram touring soles make it easy to navigate rocky ridges
  • Item #LNG0026
Shell Material
Grilamid
Flex
130
Last Width
99mm
Buckles
4
Buckle Material
aluminum
Lean Angle
11°
Walk Mode
yes
Liner
Array (EVA)
Thermo-moldable Liner
yes
Liner Closure
tongue
Binding Compatibility
ISO 9523 touring
Sole
Vibram
Claimed Weight
[26.5] 3lb 5oz
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
Activity
backcountry skiing

Overall Rating

4 based on 4 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

March 14, 2024

Amazing design, poor quality

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
26.5
Height:
5' 7"
Weight:
170

These are the highest performing boots I’ve ever worn, uphill or downhill. They have a progressive flex and can drive a big ski at high speeds and they tour like a slipper. Unfortunately, the rivet on the inner ankle developed play after about 20 days. I tried warrantying them and Lange told me to go F#%< myself. This impacts their performance in crud, but otherwise they still ski great in all other conditions. I have also broken and had to replace most of the buckles. The quality is really poor. Despite these issues, they are still the best boots I’ve ever owned. I just bought a second pair. I wish Lange (Rossi) wasn’t such a crap company that cuts corners on quality control and doesn’t stand by their products. I’m an expert skier, 5’7” 170lbs, ski ~100 days/winter, 50/50 resort/BC, 60/20/20 east-coast/western north america/alps.

snowtiger s
2 out of 5 stars

March 10, 2024

Try a pair of Lange’s before you buy

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Size Bought:
28.5

I’d recommend these boots if you have worn Lange boots before. I read several reviews and talked to a lot of people, as I was hesitant to buy before actually trying a pair on. From all accounts my foot should be perfect for these boots. I’ve spent $400 trying to make them fit and no dice. I only blame myself. :)

SadFeet2024
4 out of 5 stars

December 9, 2022

Great boot - hard to get in/out - flaw

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Size Bought:
27.5
Height:
5' 8"
Weight:
174

I love this boot - I've had two pairs of Mistrale's previously (they too were hard to get in and out...) 7 skins up Okemo in VT and no hot spots! I was looking closely at the boot and the design flaw is the receiving toothed buckle second from bottom. It's curved and made of metal. So when you try to "open" the boot for entry -the metal buckle prevents the harder plastic from bending... A hinged or cable bracket to receive the bail would solve this... Such a simple fix and a HUGE oversite by Lange. I'm going to try a longer screw with a spacer washer (first attempt w/ washer in photo. Needs larger washer) and see if it will twist out of the way by turning it 90 degrees...

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Joe K
5 out of 5 stars

January 27, 2022

This boot rips

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Size Bought:
28.5
Height:
5' 10"
Weight:
175

I've had a few days on this boot walking and skiing, in some variable conditions. It skis incredibly well. It walks ok... you do need to deal with more buckles, doesn't bother me. The flex is what really impresses me, it's super progressive and I find that its super intuitive skiing the day after I was on a 130 low volume race boot. It doesn't get knocked around like other touring boots I've skied... but I would note that I think it needs to be driven a bit. It doesn't have as much of an upright style out of the box. I'm not as crazy about the power strap... I usually have booster straps and will probably put one on there... I haven't had as good a fit out of the box before... but that's me. My thoughts would basically be - if you're looking at a 130 flex heavy crossover boot as a one boot quiver... this probably isn't the right call. Stick with something that is essentially a resort boot with a walk mode. If you want something that is a true touring boot that totally rips in the backcountry (exactly what I wanted) - this boot is 100% on point.

Brendan C