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Shift Pro 130 Alpine Touring Boot - 2024 - Men's

4.173913043478261 out of 5 stars
23 Reviews
Current price: $559.96 Original price: $799.95
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Color:Sweet Lavender/Solar Power


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Why We Like The Salomon Shift Pro 130 AT Touring Boot

We want the same amount of control on our skis and inbounds and out so we rock the Salomon Shift Pro 130 AT Touring Boot. The 130 flex drives power to our edges while we are navigating groomers or blower backcountry powder, while the combination of a GripWalk sole and tech inserts to work across out quiver of skis. Meanwhile, the 100mm last and heat moldable liner combine to keep our feet happy on long walks while avoiding a sloppy feel on the descent.


  • Versatile boots that thrive both inbounds and out
  • 130 flex is designed for hard charging skiers who demand power
  • 100mm last locks your foot in place while encouraging blood flow
  • Surelock lever stays where you put it for easy striding, confident riding
  • 4-buckle, 2-piece design offers a timeless feel and reliable performance
  • Moldable liner traps heat and locks your heel in place all day long
  • GripWalk outsoles and tech inserts combine to work in most bindings
  • Item #SALZAHZ
Shell Material
polyamide, xecarb [cuff] polyolefin, polyamide
Last Width
4 micro-adjustable
Buckle Material
3D aluminum
Lean Angle
Walk Mode
My Custom Fit 4D Seamless Liner
Thermo-moldable Liner
Liner Closure
power strap (45mm)
Binding Compatibility
AT (ISO 9523), GripWalk (ISO 23223)
Claimed Weight
3lb 9oz
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
freeride/powder skiing, backcountry skiing, all-mountain skiing

Overall Rating

4 based on 23 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 1 reviews
2 Stars - 3 reviews
3 Stars - 2 reviews
4 Stars - 2 reviews
5 Stars - 15 reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

April 18, 2024

Best I've Had

Second pair of Salomon ski shoes, fit like a glove out of the box, pre-oven. Tried several competing boots; liked the Roxa R3's also (bit of a cult boot in some parts) but found the cabrio design and liner seam not for me with my high instep and arch. Using mostly frontside (but I'd call this a great 50/50 boot) and wanted a one quiver boot. Find a guru boot fitter, best advice I can give anyone. Feet are like footprints; they're all different.

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5 out of 5 stars

March 15, 2024

Great boot

I bought this boot about a month ago and been very happy with it. it performs great on and off piste and the walk mode is easy to use and great for hiking out to find un skied terrain or just around the resort.

Jason 1234!

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5 out of 5 stars

January 9, 2024

Advanced boots

Love the walk mode option. Way better than my previous boots!


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5 out of 5 stars

September 1, 2023

Get intuition liners

These boots were a bit uncomfortable with the factory liner. Also the walk ski function did not work. When I changed the liner to a intuition tour wrap the ski walk function was firing with out a hitch. I gained a ton more volume making the boot fit much better. Salomon needs to figure out their liner situation, or partner up with intuition to make this boot much better. Also, the new liner made the boot much lighter. This is just my opinion. I have a buddy who swears by the salomon liner and told me i'm nutz for changing it, but everyone's foot is a bit different.


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2 out of 5 stars

March 3, 2023

Hard to engage the ski mode

I bought these a month ago and am disappointed in the walk/ski mode. When i flip the switch from walk mode to ski mode, it takes an incredible amount of effort to lock in the ski mode.

Josh G

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5 out of 5 stars

January 16, 2023

Favorite freetouring boot

Been using these for a good year now. My go to ski boots for shorter tours and days in the ski system when I might put on the skins to get further out and up for some secret stashes. Really happy with the fit and how well the flex is. For longer skitouring days they are a little to much, but for shorter days and laps they are really awesome.


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5 out of 5 stars

January 2, 2023

Superb Power

Excellent, strong boot for freeride touring as well as inbounds skiing. It's been used 50/50, love the boot, but would choose something else for longer days in the backcountry.

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2 out of 5 stars

November 16, 2022

An okay boot. That’s it, just okay.

I bought this boot last year and unlike most people I have yet to have a problem with the walk mode so count myself as lucky! Performance wise the boot is great, it gives me all the feedback I need combined with the stability I would expect for a 130 flex ski boot. For me the not so good is the fit. When I bought this boot last year I found that right out of the box and for the first 4 or 5 days of the season the boot fit excellent it felt like it wrapped around my forefoot well and I had no movement. After I had packed the liner out as most boots do at about day 5 I found that I had a significant amount of space and play in my forefoot. I have a typical 100mm last foot so on paper this should be an excellent fit, unfortunately for me that’s not the case. After further examination of the shell I found that the forefoot of the boot moves in a triangle shape; narrow to wide, which allows for a great amount of play when skiing aggressively. I skied the rest of the season in the boots - 55 days - and by the end of the season found myself putting a couple of fillers underneath each high-arch footbed in my boot just to get me higher up within the boots and take up some space. Unfortunately that’s not all. Not only did I find the fit of the boot to be weird after some time in them but I found that edges chew up the plastic of the boots like nobody’s business. Edges just rip shreds off the inner side of the boot and my pivots have left major indents in the heel. Overall the downhill performance of the boots are great but in my opinion the fit and durability leave much to be desired.

J Louis

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2 out of 5 stars

August 11, 2022

Great boot.. while it lasts

I loved these boots as an all mountain option. However the sure walk mechanism is unreliable and broke after about 15 resort ski days. I need to keep my boots in ski mode all the time now because it can take a long time to get the boot from walk mode back into ski mode. Talking to expert boot fitters they noted that the internal walk mode construction is flawed. For the price point, I would pick something else


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5 out of 5 stars

April 1, 2022

Amazing Boots!

These are the best ski boots I’ve owned to date. First mention is the fit: I have a high instep and moderately wide forefoot - these boots fit like a glove out of the box. Very often, boots that accommodate a high instep feel sloppy elsewhere, and that is not the case here. I have a very snug performance fit. Regarding performance: the boot is as stiff as any dedicated resort boots I’ve used and the forward lean is very aggressive. While the uphill performance isn’t going to compete with a true touring boot, I’ve been blown away by how well these do go uphill, considering the downhill performance. Overall, this is a fantastic boot that I would recommend to anyone looking for a one-quiver boot with an emphasis on the downhill.


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