Crispi Evo NTN

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

If you're looking for a boot that will log vert as well as perform on the downhill, then your search ends with the Crispi EVO Rando Boot. NTN-compatible, this lightweight, smooth-flexing boot with three inclination settings covers all the bases for the backcountry fanatic. Crispi's Dynamic liner snuggled inside its Pebax shell and carbon frame gives an uncompromising, energy-efficient fit in a superlight structure. A semi-rigid flex is consistent with this all-conditions construction for the best of comfort and performance.


CLOSEOUTS . Free your heel and free your mind with Crispi's Evo NTN (New Tele Norm) Telemark ski boots, featuring everything you need to venture off piste, like a crampon-compatible Kogatz Evo outsole for traction on rough backcountry terrain and walk/ski mode capabilities. NTN (New Tele Norm) boots have a smaller bill in front and a lip under the arc, which focuses power under the ball of the foot Carbon-reinforced Pebax(R) shell for lateral stiffness with smooth forward flex Removable, thermo-moldable EVA liner conforms to your foot for ultimate comfort and fit Three micro-adjustable aluminum buckles let you adjust the boot to fit just right One ratchet buckle Touch-fasten powerstrap allows you to adjust ankle stiffness Durable Crispi Kogatz Evo outsole provides traction on rugged terrain Walk/ski mode capabilities give you a more comfortable stride when you skin up and allow you to clamp down when its go time Crampon-compatible enables you to access challenging terrain Height: 12" Weight: 10 lb. pr. Made in Italy Available Colors: ORANGE. Sizes: 24.5, 26.5, 27, 27.5, 28, 28.5, 29, 29.5.

- Sierra Trading Post

Crispi Evo NTN

previously retailed for:
$349.98 - $450.00

The Crispi Evo NTN is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 9, 2013 at

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