At three pounds per boot, the Dynafit Men's Beast Carbon Ski Boot is light on your feet so you can reach the summit before sunrise. Unlike most superlight ski touring boots, the Beast feels more like a powder-charging freeride boot on the ride down. This beast boasts Dynamic's SnowDynamic Concept, which uses a streamlined design to help you shred the deeps and steeps without losing any speed. A full Pebax and carbon construction keeps the Beast light and stiff for advanced backcountry skiers. The boot's Precision Lock System includes a secure ski/walk mode that allows for a massive range of movement in walk mode for easy skinning. The insulated Custom Ready liner includes thermo-moldable Ultralon foam for a fit specific to your foot's contours. Dynafit gave the grippy sole large lugs for bootpacking up rocky, slippery surfaces.
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