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Scarpa T2 Eco Telemark Boot

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    9 Reviews


    The trees you rip through will love you right back.

    Anyone who loves the backcountry—the untouched, glistening pow and sound of silence—will appreciate the environmentally conscious Scarpa T2 Eco Telemark Boot. Made of organic and renewable yet high-performing Pebax Rnew, this boot is a planet-loving powerhouse. Add to that its triple-density lateral stability, superwarm, incredibly comfy Intuition performance liner, and overall light weight, and you have serious climbing, ripping, all-day-wearing equipment.

    • Eco-friendly Pebax Rnew shell, cuff, and tongue provide strength and performance; cabrio construction provides easy on-off and oodles of touring comfort
    • Triple-density shell foot maintains perfect flex with maximum, high-performing lateral stability
    • 102mm width provides enough room for comfort on the long climb and high-speed descent
    • Weighs a mere 7lb 6oz (per pair, size 27)
    • Intuition Performance Flex G liner is custom-moldable for precision fit, energy-efficient for high-performance, and cozy-warm
    • Active power strap provides secure closure and cuff support
    • Buckles are strong and lightweight and easy to adjust with gloved hands
    • Walk-ski mode is a cinch to switch and provides ample room to walk and secure lockdown on the downhill
    • Forward lean adjusts from 16 to 19 degrees
    • Replaceable edge guards protect bellows from ski-edge abuse and disperse forefoot buckle pressure for added comfort; one extra pair included
    • Vibram Print sole has smooth toe for easy fit into binding, prominent pegs for non-slip traction, and soft heel with lugs for sure-footed downhill walking
    • Compatible with 75mm telemark bindings
    • Item #SCR0242

    Tech Specs

    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year
    Recommended Use
    touring, all mountain telemark
    Claimed Weight
    [size 27, half pair] 3 lb 11 oz
    Vibram Print
    Binding Compatibility
    Thermo-moldable Liner
    Intuition Performance Flex G
    Walk Mode
    Lean Angle
    16 - 19 deg
    Buckle Material
    Last Width
    Shell Material
    Pebax Rnew

    Tech Specs

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    The best ever!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are the boots to tele in. There's a reason why they are the best selling ever. I have a fairly wide foot and I molded the liner, ended up flexing really well. I've had Crispi's and Garmont's - the Crispi's pinched my toes and Garmont's couldn't hold my heel down. Five years into the T2s and I love them. I have them driving 105 under foot boards and they still do me justice on my 88 east coat carvers. Pair with G3 Bindings, the duck bill doesn't love the toe of the 22 Designs.

    Enough boot for me.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is definitely enough boot for me. I'm a first year patroller. Yesterday, I'm pulling sled with a 240# guy with 40# of gear and a 100# sled through slush on a black diamond and these boots held up to those demands just fine. And I wear them from 7:00am hill setup to 5pm sweep. Comfy. I'm 5'8", 145#, 60 years old, but still push it in the resort with 22D Vice bindings on 84mm underfoot skis. They are just fine. I can't imagine why I would ever need something bigger or higher on my leg.

    Seriously jacked up goods

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    My last pair I put over 700 days on and they are still rocking. Got a new pair for Christmas and have done a couple 3K+ climbs and some ripping downhill. Burly enough for charging the area but light and nimble enough for longer back country jaunts. People thought I was crazy on the 10 mile ski in to Ostrander hut. Until all the phat lines were mine, all mine. Get em. Ski em. Love em.

    Definitely enough boot!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love these boots. They work great for what I want to do. They climb ridiculously well with great flex and then on the return they are super stiff and provide enough boot to really carve hard. I think I am going to stick with Scarpa for a while, I have literally no complaints and love these boots. You can't find a ton of boots out there that flex well and lock down to give you a stiff ride down.

    Really like the way this boot skis.

      I really like the way this boot skis. I initially didn't think it would be burly enough (but it is), so earlier this season I tried the 2012-13 version of the T1 boot and found that boot to be much too stiff for my size (150 lbs.), even when paired with Hammerheads in position #5 with stiffy springs and a fairly big ski (Armada JJ 185cm). For what it's worth, I find the current T2 Ecos to have the perfect flex to ski this rig, and I ski fairly aggressively. I've also skied them with Axls in position #3 on the Nordica Enforcer (185 cm) and the boot's performance has been excellent with that combo also.

      Great boot

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought this boot primarily based on how comfortable it felt. Secondly was its suitability for touring. It is great for allround use on my skis 105mm underfoot. For three buckles it is fairly powerful. Although it may not be the most stylish it gets the job done. I only take off 1-star because Scarpa hasn't learned their lesson styling the color of their boots (based on this and its Green Predecessor)

      Do these work with three pin bindings?

      I think I need to get an additional insole...

      I think I need to get an additional insole for one of the boots. Any particular brand needed? 28.5.

      Best Answer

      Hi there,

      You might check those out, I've got some friends here at BC that use these insoles with great success. They are designed to be used for skiing or snowboarding. You may also want to check out your local bootfitter. They will actually be able to take a look at your arch and recommend the best possible fit for your foot. This just ensures you are comfortable all day and get the proper amount of support for the shape and size of your foot.