Dynafit Beast Ski Boot - Men's

Dynafit Beast Ski Boot - Men's
Dynafit Beast Ski Boot - Men's
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Beast Ski Boot - Men's by Dynafit
The Dynafit Men's Beast Ski Boot is packed full of high-tech materials and well-thought features. Lightweight yet stiff, these boots are built for long days in the backcountry when turns are the ultimate goal. The shell is comprised of a combination of Pebax and Grilamid for a slight amount of give and a smoother flex to give you the ability to power through turns and even stick a few landings. The Beast is engineered with Dynafit's Snowdynamic concept, which means it's built to ski deep powder with minimal loss of speed. The Precision Lock buckles close to the inside of the boot, reducing drag and prevent them from getting side swiped by a rock or stump. This setup also prevents the build-up of snow and stops it entering to the rear of the cuff. A custom light liner can be heat molded for a seamless fit and enhanced performance. This precise fit adds to the warmth of the boot. An anatomic 102mm last gives your foot some wiggle room, which is nice for the climb, while the cuff provides a range of motion ideal for touring.

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SKU: DNF009Y
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