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Scott Voodoo 75mm Telemark Boot

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Voodoo 75mm Telemark Boot

Tele skiers always win, because when you're lunging like an '80s aerobics instructor with every turn, six inches of powder turns into full-on overhead face shots. Not only do knee-droppers get white-roomed more often, but they get to wear the Scott Voodoo 75mm Men's Telemark Boot while getting said face shots; victory's sweet, ain't it?

With a burly mountain-man flex of 130, overlapping PowerWrap construction, and a big ol' power strap just for chuckles, you can ski the Voodoo as hard as you want without powering through the front and ending up forehead-down on the snow. It has an adjustable spoiler to help you customize the 13-degree lean angle, and an asymmetrical bellows design for the proper flex. Scott also used four separate injections to create the lower shell, making a boot that's laterally stiff so you can power through turns without tipping over or twisting over your ski.

Although it's designed for hard-chargers, the Voodoo goes up almost as fast as it goes down, with a ski/walk switch that provides 46-degrees of cuff rotation, and a heat-moldable PWR Tour liner than hugs your foot whether you're on the way up or down. Throw in some micro-adjustable buckles that won't re-latch themselves after you've unbuckled, saving you the humiliation of tearing up while you're trying to yank a buckled boot off your foot.

  • A telemark boot that crushes big lines in the resort and backcountry
  • 130 flex drives wide skis and aggressive bindings
  • 75mm compatibility pairs with traditional cable bindings
  • 100mm last strikes a balance between comfort and performance
  • Walk mode with 46-degrees of cuff rotation for comfortable touring
  • High overlap shell design with 3 Ergal buckles gives a stiff feel
  • Two canting positions with 13-degree forward lean
  • Item #SCO00IR

Shell Material
Pebax
Flex
130
Last Width
100 mm
Buckles
3
Buckle Material
Ergal
Lean Angle
13 deg
Walk Mode
yes, 46-degree rotation
Liner
PWR Telemark
Thermo-moldable Liner
yes
Binding Compatibility
75mm telemark
Sole
thin rubber
Claimed Weight
[single, size 27.5] 4 lb
Recommended Use
telemark
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years limited

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>Rating: 5

Like Slippers

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I don't tele as often as I'd like but when I do, my feet are in heaven. For real tho, comfy enough to wear to church.

>Rating: 3

Fits great

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

The boots fit great but i have not had the opportunity to use them yet

>Rating: 1

Worst Boots ever

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I have skiied Garmont boots for the last 20 years. When Scott bought Garmont I expected the same quality would continue to be present in their boots. This has not been true. Garmont boots had vibram soles, beefy buckles, and comfortable liners. These boots have none of these things. The first buckle broke on the third day and I have since replaced every buckle on BOTH boots. The bolts that hold the walk/ski mode have fallen out and been replaced. The toe piece has fallen apart to the point where it is completely rounded over and the metal is poking through the rubber. This causes a lot of wiggle room and movement in my turns. I ski hard and often, and these boots have fallen short of every expectation. DO NOT BUY THESE BOOTS

>Rating: 3

Need to solve the heel mystery....

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

*Note, this is the 7mm duckbill, not the NTN version* Just picked these up and was surprised to discover (at the trail head) that the grove in the heel is filled in by what looks like a plug for a "tech heel insert", a-la their NTN version of the boot. That creates a serious problem, as the heel throw needed to be loosened up to the point of being floppy just to (sort of) fasten on top of the heel like an alpine binder. The plug seems impossible to get out, so i will take it up with Scott. I'm reserving judgment on these boots until this mystery is solved. Not exactly useable as is.

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Hi Ed, Did you ever receive a response on this? Thanks!