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If you crave record-breaking times on the skin track and solid performance on the ski down, the race-ready Dynafit Dy. N. A. Evo Ski Boot could be your ticket to faster 5000-foot days and a shelf full of rando-race trophies. Thanks to this race-touring boot's progressive rocker shape and thin, lightweight shell, you can make the alpine your Indy and stride more efficiently and comfortably than ever before.
Dynafit takes ski running and racing to the next level with the Dy.N.A. Evo Ski Boot - you get amazing climbing and downhill performance along with super light weight since it boasts a 100% carbon fiber cuff and an uber-light stiff plastic shell. Other weight-savings are found in a Velcro system for a buckle catch, driving spoiler that slides inside the cuff, and a comfortable thermoformable performance liner. You get quick & easy transitions with the ultra-lock system and exclusive Quick-Step-In inserts.
- Mountain Gear
THE LIGHTEST EVO-lution. Thanks to new technology, the EVO sets a milestone in racing with its radical new design and shape. Features include an incredibly low weight of 670 gm, the lightest and fastest buckle system on the market, the shortest and most highly rockered sole, the lightest yet at the same time most rugged materials, and the patented Quick Step inserts. A new concept in liners that fits like a glove and functions like an athlete's second skin guarantees simultaneous energy transfer at extremely low weight as well as a high level of warmth. One sensational, uncompromising boot design.
La Sportiva Spitfire 2.0
$611 - $899
Arc'teryx Procline Carbon Support
Salomon Quest Pro 130
Dynafit Beast Carbon
Scarpa Freedom SL 120
$12 - $750
Atomic Backland Carbon Light Boot
Atomic Backland Boot
La Sportiva Spitfire 2.1