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F1 LT Alpine Touring Boot - 2024

4.333333333333333 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
Current price: $711.71 Original price: $948.95
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Why We Like The Scarpa F1 LT Alpine Touring Boot

The F1 LT Alpine Touring Boot is Scarpa's lightest ski boot that best-suits ski mountaineers and high-mileage backcountry tours. Carbon-infused Grilamid grants a forgiving 100 flex at a ridiculously low weight of two pounds and two ounces. Scarpa's 3D Lambda Torsion Frame maintains flex throughout the boot for enhances downhill performance. On the ascent, the boot's Speed Lock latch initiates an impressive range of motion for easy hiking. At the summit, a single buckle and the BOA Fit System's glove-friendly dial help you transition quickly. The ultralight, ultra-breathable liner has a waterproof gaiter to keep comfortably dry when you're setting the skin track through deep powder.


  • Scarpa's lightest ski boot built for backcountry and mountaineering
  • 100 flex feels forgiving for beginners and lighter skiers
  • 100mm last fits a wide range of skiers comfortably
  • Carbon Grilamid LFT construction keeps strength without weight
  • Intuition Cross Fit Tour LT liner is ultra-breathable and flexible
  • Speed Lock walk mode latch initiates a massive 72° range of motion
  • BOA Fit Systemdial and single buckle provide a quick entry and light weight
  • Runs small, so we recommend sizing up for ideal fit
  • Item #SCRZ26N
Shell Material
Carbon Grilamid LFT
Last Width
1 buckle, 1 BOA® Fit System dial
Lean Angle
9°, 11°, 13°
Walk Mode
Speed Lock (72° range of motion)
Intuition Cross Fit Tour LT
Liner Closure
power strap
Binding Compatibility
TLT (tech ISO 9523)
Vibram UFO RS
Claimed Weight
[single, size 27] 2lb 2.9oz
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 3 ratings

Review Summary

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5 out of 5 stars

March 25, 2022

Light and fast

I've used it several times
Size Bought:

If you?re a runner you will appreciate these boots. I ski them with voile objectives and small 3/4 length race skins. Not what i want for skiing bumps at A Basin or 3? of Sierra Cement but for nimble backcountry missions this is the one. Pretty much jogged up to Helen Lake on Shasta for my first outing and they were plenty of boot and ski for some ice, some corn and some mixed.

5 out of 5 stars

March 16, 2022

Amazing light weight touring boot

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
5' 4"

I live in Alaska and this boot has become my daily driver for touring. The boot is pretty warm and has great heat moldable line but when it gets below 10 degr. F I put toe warmers in the boot. I have probably 40 touring days in this boot this year. The boot is very well made and has held up to significant touring abuse. It accepts a crampon nicely. The flex in the boot is amazing and you could almost feel comfortable driving a car in this boot but probably not recommended. The boa system is easily adjusted for proper retention and is easy to release. The Boa takes some getting use to and its easy to over crank it while skinning up and end up with some instep pain. A good boot fitter can help with some padding and adjustments. I like the fact the boa system is hidden or protected under the cuff compared to other boa systems. The sole has little wear after plenty of hiking over rocky summits. If you are looking for a very lightweight but durable touring boot then you are in the right place. So if the boot fits I would tour it.

Bradford B
3 out of 5 stars

December 23, 2020

Lightweight but beware of rivets

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
5' 10"

These are impressively light--I'm pretty sure I have hiking boots that weight more. I'm just getting started on touring so haven't tested them much on the downhill but they are decently stiff. However, there seems to be a potentially significant design flaw with the placement of the rivets that anchor the boa system over of the forefoot. They dig in right over the knuckle of your big toe. This was obvious right out of the box when I took the liners out during fitting and could already see the imprint of the rivet on the liner. I've temporarily fixed this by placing high density foam over that spot. A boot fitter might be able to do more about this but I doubt they'll want to punch anywhere near the rivet. For the money (and from this brand) I expected better.

Jason S