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Scott Orbit Alpine Touring Boot

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    Ready for blastoff?

    Scott designed the Orbit Men's Alpine Touring Boot exceptionally well, except for one major flaw: if you hit the skin track too fast, there's chance you might actually launch off the top of the ridge and end up stuck in outer space. If you can look past this potential drawback, the Orbit's an awesome boot with a 115 flex Powerlite and Pebax construction, which is strengthened with reinforcements, and 60 degrees of cuff rotation to keep you charging on the way up.

    The Orbit is slightly softer than Scott's top offering, the Cosmos, but weighs a few ounces less and has a two-buckle design to save time during transitions. Apart from the flex and weight, the two are pretty much identical, with redesigned low-friction, high-retention tech fittings, micro-adjustable Ergal buckles, and full-length Vibram soles that make walking on slick rocks as easy as sliding down powdery bowls.

    As is today's norm, the Orbit has a fully heat-moldable liner, which is also seamless and made with a Gore-Tex membrane for waterproof, breathable protection. It sits inside a comfortable 103.5 last that can accommodate wide feet, and Scott also included shock-dampening footbed inserts to keep your dogs from barking even on long, rugged tours. The Orbit switches into walk mode with the flick of a switch, and Scott even strengthened the locking rear bar to help you avoid broken boots, which is seriously no bueno.

    • A light and intuitive AT boot built for big ascents
    • 115 flex index is stiff, yet comfortable on long tours
    • 103.5mm last promotes comfort and accommodates wide feet
    • Walk mode provides 60-degrees of cuff rotation
    • Waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex membrane at liner
    • Heat-moldable liner can be customized for a personalized fit
    • Two Ergal micro-adjustable buckles with buckle strap system
    • Vibram sole with shock dampening inserts ensures traction
    • Item #SCO00IN

    Tech Specs

    Shell Material
    [shell] Powerlite, [cuff] Pebax, [tongue] bi-material polyurethane
    Last Width
    103.5 mm
    Buckle Material
    Lean Angle
    11.5 deg
    Walk Mode
    yes, 60-degree rotation
    PWR Lite Evo Mid, Gore-Tex insert
    Thermo-moldable Liner
    Binding Compatibility
    Claimed Weight
    [single, size 26.5] 2 lb 10.6 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine touring, ski mountaineering
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years limited

    Tech Specs

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    Good boot if you get it on discount.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I used these boots for one week in the mountains so far, and I'm satisfied. I was looking for a comfortable boot for multi-day toors, and this one works. I can wear it for 12 hours without any discomfort. I used to have a much stiffer boot (120 or something), but i could not wear them for longer than 2 hours.
    The skiing performance is good as far as can tell. It is my second pair of boots, so I don't have many things to compare.
    Quality can be a concern, but I have to put them through more tests. 600$ for this boot is too much, get it only if there is a good discount.

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have been searching my whole life to find a boot that has a wide forefoot and narrow heal. I have finally found them with the Orbit. They are also the most comfortable boots I have ever worn while touring. Some say the drawback is the flex when in ski mode, but I am a pretty easy going skier, so this isn't a problem for me. They are also great for the warmer days because the liner isn't super warm. I recommend boot gloves for the colder days.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The boots are relatively light and fit my foot well. Like the previous review, I found them to tour very well... but they ski like shit.
    I have been throwing a ski strap above the top buckle to add some support for the descent, it helps a little bit. I also found that when they are locked in ski mode they don’t have enough forward lean for my liking.
    Additionally, the buckles (and wire on the lower buckle) seem weak and might not last.
    These might be alright if you are using them to drive a small light ski, but definitely not a go to for everyday powder touring.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This boot tours pretty good but skis so poorly! AND... both of the top buckle straps broke AND Scott doesn't seem to want to deal with it- save your money and buy a different pair from a company that will call you back if their product isn't performing.

    Have you checked the actual weight on these AT boots?

    Hi Jamie, The weight on these boots in a 27.0 is going to be 1330g per boot. Please feel free to reach out to me directly with any other questions and I'll get you taken care of. -Matthew Pizza - Customer Account Manager