The TLT7 Carbonio Alpine Touring Boot is part of Dynafit's limited Carbonio collection due to its premiere lightness (certainly rando-worthy) that still provides an aggressive downhill performance. Not only is its cuff made entirely of carbon, but the cuff is shaped in a streamlined Lambda Frame that thickens in the shell's lateral and frontal areas for the proper torsional rigidity required to ski back down the mountain you just ran up. Dynafit mixed this innovative cuff with a Grilamid shell and spoiler to amplify the boot's stiff flex for downhill performance. The sleek, streamlined TLT7 Carbonio keeps its weight just above two pounds by also limiting the amount of straps and buckles to a single, solitary buckle. Dynafit's innovative Ultra Lock System 3. 0 engages the boot's walk mode as well as a secure closure. In walk mode, the TLT7 Carbonio provides a staggering 60 of rotation for a natural uphill stride. Pair that walk mode with the boot's Formula Pomoca Climb sole, and you're in for a speedy ascent. The sole also features Dynafit's redesigned tech inserts, positioned closer to the nose for an easier step-in. As part of the Carbonio collection, the TLT7 was styled to match the remaining skis, poles, jacket, and backpack in the same collection.
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