Dynafit TLT 6 Performance CR Boot

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The Dynafit TLT6 Performance CR Ski Boot is not for the faint of heart. This expert-level touring boot is for the serious, committed, and sometimes crazy. It's not only capable of skiing gnarly terrain; it kind of insists on it. Its Grilamid shell resists extreme cold and stands up to anything --conditions you'll find in the wild and rugged backcountry. A carbon fiber and Pebax cuff and rear spoiler deliver security and power when bombing down steeps at frightening speed. But all this strength and capability shouldn't scare you, because this boot comes equipped with a foot-loving Custom Ready liner, anatomic and moldable to your every curve and arch. Its lightweight warmth gets a boost with an aluminum sheet on the bottom to reflect heat. And this closed-cell liner features a destructured flex zone for easy hiking. In walk mode, you have a 15-18-degree release angle, and the cuff rotates 60 degrees for comfortable convenience. A hassle-free two-buckle Ultra-Lock buckle system battens down the hatches like you're going to war. But, no, you're just out for rip-roaring fun.

- Backcountry.com

Built for the demands of the all-mountain athlete, Dynafit's TLT6 Performance CR Ski Boot lets you climb, walk, and ski with unparalleled ease. Compact Grilamid lower shells are compact for easy, agile walking while the cuff and spoiler are crafted from Grilamid and fiberglass for light weight and high performance. You'll come to appreciate the all-day comfort of the Custom Ready Thermo-moldable liner's anatomic construction in the late hours of your tour while the double buckles are built of magnesium for profound weight savings and a secure closure.

- Mountain Gear

Seriously light for serious ascents Ski mountaineers rejoice. The Dynafit TLT 6 performance is all about top of the line performance, on or off your skis. Shell construction combines carbon fibre and Pebax, to offer outstanding rigidity and exceptional reactivity when skiing, while also making boot fitting easier. Inside the shell is a revised Custom Light liner that is ultra lightweight and comfortable and uses materials which are even more abrasion-resistant and which can be thermoformed many more times than in the past. For those who are taking an equally technical route downhill, the TLT 6 Performance has you covered. A new Ultra Lock Strap adds security to the calf for precision, while the exceptionally rigid and reactive carbon construction instantly transfers movement. Don't let the number of buckles fool you, the TLT 6 Performance is a very capable performer on the downhill with plenty of stiffness for control and precision. Features & Benefits a Performance oriented 99mm last. a Dynafit Claw rockered Sole. a Pebax, and Carbon Fibre construction. a Custom Light moldable liner. a Removable and interchangeable tongues. a Dynafit walk-mode cuff buckle. a 15 to 18 degree adjustable forward lean.

- Bentgate.com

CLOSEOUTS . Dynafit TLT 6 High-Performance CR ski boots deliver lightweight comfort on climbs and precise control during the descent. A lower cuff and stiff flex together with the Ultra-Lock 2.0 buckle system deliver excellent downhill response and easy transitions between climbing and skiing modes. Available Colors: CACTUS GREEN/LIGHT YELLOW. Sizes: 22.5, 23, 23.5, 24, 24.5, 25, 26, 26.5, 27, 27.5, 28, 29.

- Sierra Trading Post

Dynafit TLT 6 Performance CR Boot

previously retailed for:
$299.95 - $999.95

The Dynafit TLT 6 Performance CR Boot is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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