Built for the speedy, adventurous backcountry explorer, the TLT8 Carbonio Alpine Touring Ski Boot is incredibly lightweight, with a streamlined shape designed for efficiency. Having both touring and ski mountaineering in its sights, the boot is crampon-ready and equipped with lugged soles. Its impressive 60-degree range of motion delivers smooth uphill mobility, whether the skintrack is steep or you've strapped your skis to your pack to tackle a section by foot. And as part of the exclusive Dynafit Carbonio, it boasts a carbon fiber cuff that both shaves off ounces and delivers a responsive feel on the way down.
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Dynafit TLT8 Carbonio Alpine Touring Ski Boot
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