Feed your need for power.
Wide, stiff, and powerful, the TX Comp Telemark Boot carves out its position as Scarpa's NTN-compatible dominator. Armed to the nines with a heat-moldable Intuition Speed Pro G liner, light and powerful Pebax shell, rugged Vibram Evo sole, and a burly power strap, this boot has garnered awards throughout the industry. With the inherited edge control, precision, and stiffness from all the meanest freeride alpine models and no "tele toe" in sight, you'll be pushing your limits without hindrance. Need all the power you can handle for your knee-dropping debauchery? Look towards the TX Comp Boot.
- A stiff and mega-powerful boot for charging hard
- 102mm last provides a precise fit for wide feet
- NTN compatible with aggressive performance
- Pebax shell provides strength with a dainty weight
- Intuition liners can be heat-molded for custom fit
- Four-buckle design with a burly power strap
- Item #SCR003J
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What do you think about this product?
February 14, 2020
Glad I took the time to try several sizes. Turns out I went down a full mondo size to get a good lasting fit. Love these boots.
January 16, 2018
the best, stiff, awesome tele boot
Was trying to pick between the T-Pro and T-Comp for a telemark boot. I'm 180, 6'3" and like a stiffer boot. The T-Comp is just amazing. Use it on a resort telemark setup. Heard the T-Pro is better if you send most of your time going up.
December 30, 2016
I switched to the NTN a few years ago, and I think that the binding/boot system is the most innovative gear-related development within the world of telemark skiing during my lifetime. Most of the reviews that I read before switching away from 75mm equipment focused on the NTN's stiff, burly feel. And, while the NTN is definitely stiffer than most telemark bindings, the springs are not remarkably harder to compress than BD's 'midstiff' cartridge, or the #3 setting on the AXL/Vice. I think that the NTN feels stiffer than its competitors because the interface between the underfoot power tube, and the boot's bellows is more efficient than any of the 'duckbill' setups I've skied on. When I initiate a turn, the NTN engages immediately, and transfers power from the boot/binding to the ski throughout the turn - whereas many 75 mm boot/binding combinations tend to engage slowly, and allow some sloppiness in transitioning between turns. The Freeride doesn't tour remarkably well, but, if you're willing to lug the extra weight around, it is a whole lot of fun on the decent. If you're hyped on things that are 'lightweight,' check out the Freedom, Scarpa's touring version of the NTN system.
October 15, 2016
THE NTN boot
I have long been a die hard fan of the 75mm but advancements in bindings have made me reconsider. This boot...its the one. It is stiff but comfortable and can handle anything you throw at it. Hiking/scrambling in this boot is much easier than the t-race since it does not have the duckbill. The walk mode, while not a lot of range of motion, is bomber and has never failed on me. The power strap is a huge upgrade from the models of the past. Easy to grab with gloves on and it is much stiffer and really locks the boot in. The buckles are also a nice upgrade, lighter and stronger all at the same time. Haven't broken one and I am in and out of rocks frequently.
January 2, 2020
I've never had luck with any of the 75mm T series boots from scarpa. They arebway too narrow for my feet. Are the TX comps built on the same last as 75mm scarpa boots? Or do they fit a wider foot now. Switching to NTN and need a replacement for my old BD Customs. .
December 30, 2016
How does the stiffness of this boot and the TX Pro line up compared to the T-Race and T1?
December 30, 2016
Hi Aaron, The TX Comp is going to be on par with the T Race, about a 130 flex. The TX Pro is more in line with the T1, about a 120 flex. If you have any other questions, please feel free to reach out to me directly and I'll get you taken care of. - Matthew Pizza - Expert Gearhead