La Sportiva Spitfire 2.0 Alpine Touring Boot

La Sportiva Spitfire 2.0 Alpine Touring Boot
$539.37 $898.95 40% off
Spitfire 2.0 Alpine Touring Boot by La Sportiva
Price subject to change | SKU: LSP008H

La Sportiva Spitfire 2.0 Alpine Touring Boot

Look to La Sportiva's Spitfire Alpine Touring Ski Boot for your all-around ski mountaineering and speed touring pursuits. The Spitfire is surprisingly stiff on the downhill, considering how flexible and light it feels on the uphill. The shell consists of a low-profile Grilamid outer for ultralight durability, and features Vertebra Technology, which employs a carbon-reinforced polymer cuff to keep the boot stiff for the descent. The cuff also gives the Spitfire a killer 68 degree range of motion, resulting in plenty of agility while climbing on ice and rock or skinning up steep switchbacks. La Sportiva also equipped the Spitfire with a Speedfire closure system that works with the Cam Closure System's walk mode for a quick release when you switch from walk to ski mode. The QuickBuckle and EZ Cable ensure a secure fit while skiing that doesn't inhibit the boot's flexibility on the hike up. Inside the boot, you have a removable SkiMo thermo-moldable liner and WarmSole insert, which make the Spitfire one of the warmest two-buckle boots on the market. Despite a relatively wide last, a 2BT Tech Heel minimizes the volume around your heel for a precise fit, too, because nothing's worse than slopping around inside your boot when you're trying to lay down aggressive turns in mixed snow.

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