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Cosmos Tour Boot - 2023

2.75 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
Current price: $349.98 Original price: $699.95
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Why We Like The Cosmos Tour Boot

The Scott Cosmos Tour Boot is an absolute delight to wear when we're skinning high in the skies. Starry dawn patrols might be a bit chillier than our bare fingers can suffice, but we like boot's roomy fit to keep us comfy when we're wearing thicker socks or tackling longer tours. The 120 flex feels plenty stiff for most skiers of medium-to-large build. We also like Vibram's rubber keeping a good grip on icy bootpacks.


  • A ski boot for an out-of-the-resort touring experience
  • 120 flex offers stiffness for intermediate riders of medium build
  • Roomy 103.5mm last sized to stay comfy on long tours
  • Walk mode latch initiates a 60-degree cuff rotation
  • Vibram rubber sole with tech inserts
  • Item #SCOL17V
Shell Material
Pebax Rnew
Last Width
Steady buckle placement
Buckle Material
4 Ergal Micro
Lean Angle
Walk Mode
PWR Lite Evo High
Liner Closure
4 Ergal Micro Adjustable Buckles + Power Strap
Binding Compatibility
DIN Certified
ISO 9523
Vibram rubber
Claimed Weight
3lb 6oz
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 2 years
backcountry skiing

Overall Rating

3 based on 4 ratings

Review Summary

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2 out of 5 stars

March 1, 2023

Good features, but really poor quality

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
6' 2"

As context, I’ve been through two pair of these boots in the last few years and have probably 80 days touring in them in total. My girlfriend also has the women’s version (Celeste) and has had a similar experience Ultimately, I would not recommend this boot because of really poor durability. They are great AT boots (light, great range of motion, stiff for the downhill, etc) but they just implode around the 30 day mark. A few examples of what I mean: (1) in 5 of the 8 buckles on my current pair, the spring action broke so they just flop around in the skin track, (2) on the powerstrap, the Velcro pulled away from the strap making it useless, (3) several different internal screws and rivets have shaken loose and needed to be replaced/tightened with lock tite, (4) the inner fabric in the liners has pulled away from the foam and gets all bunched up, (5) the liners are totally packed out As one other note, these boots are really wide, which is great for comfort / warm toes in the backcountry.

Cannon W