Weighing less than two pounds, the Dynafit PDG 2 Alpine Touring Boot is certainly an ultralight choice for ski racers and the rando crowd. The PDG 2 maintains a phenomenally light weight with a carbon cuff and a thin spoiler and shell composed of Grilamid. Making up for stiffness, Dynafit inserted a Driving Spoiler 2. 0 that locks the carbon cuff, shell, and spoiler together for a surprisingly stiff ride downhill. The Driving Spoiler 2. 0 lifts away from the cuff, shell, and spoler when you engage the boot's walk mode through Dynafit's innovative Ultralock 1. 0 Closure System. The Ultralock 1. 0 Closure System engages the boot's walk mode and secure closure with a single, solitary buckle. This single buckle keeps the boot's weight down with a streamlined style and fewer straps and buckles that inevitably end up keeping boots together in the flimsiest way. The boot also boasts a thermo moldable liner for a customized fit that ensures proper thermal retention. Underfoot, the PDG 2 features a Pomoca Climb sole that ensures traction for the ascent, on rock, ice, or snow. Dynafit positioned the tech inserts closer to the boot's toe to promote an easier step-in and a speedier stride.
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