If you're trying to win a 500 race, you need a real fast race car. If you're a speed-focused ascensionist, you need the Dynafit TLT7 Perfomance Ski Boot. After all, the more quickly and efficiently you can power through the uphill, the more laps you can get in on fully charged legs. This new ski-mountaineering workhorse does just that with the newly designed Speed Nose toe and setback pivot point that allows for more natural and smooth climbing movement, so you can come at the skintrack like a spider monkey. Constructed with Dynafit's Grilamid and Titantex fiber Lamda frame, the TLT7 Performance weighs in at hair over two pounds per boot and is remarkably stiff for its climbing aptitude.You've got the need for speed, so the updated Snowdynamic Concept contouring design reduces snow resistance at the nose and side of the boot on both the uphill and down, and it makes stepping into your tech bindings quicker than ever before. Master Step Tech Fittings feature elongated guidance grooves in the toe fittings and a stronger, internally anchored heel fitting that's suitable for DIN settings as high as 16, so all you Dynafit Beast fans can have at it without needing the Power Insert heelpiece. Removable tongues, ski/walk levers, and multiple buckles are for people with a pit crew. For the rest of us flying solo, the Ultralock 3. 0 Closure System controls the lean/lock mechanism with 60-degree range of motion and cable system that tightens the entirety of the boot with one fell swoop, saving you time and fussing. Shake and bake, baby.
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