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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Dynafit's Men's Zzero4 PX-TF page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description Of Dynafit ZZERO4 PX TF Ski BootsDynafit is an athletes brand. They are committed to all ambitious ski mountaineering athletes. They constantly strive to make the athlete stronger. All materials and fabrics are carefully sourced, selected, tested and finally implemented. No product decision is made without a clear go-ahead from their athlete team. Development of each of their key product categories boots, bindings, skis and apparel is pursued in concert with a select team of athletes. This is the reason they lead in ski mountaineering market innovation. It may be the worlds lightest titanium bindings, a carbon reinforced boot, or the lightest ski core technology on the market.Target group All SkiTourers and FreeTourers looking for the perfect, lightest 4-buckle boot, with slightly less rigidity than the ZZero 4C. The ZZero4 PX is the non-carbon version of the ZZero4 C. It is constructed in the same way as the carbon version, in terms of comfort, fit, and freedom of movement when ascending, and is even more forgiving in downhill. Compared with other boots on the market, this is the lightest 4-buckle Ski Touring boot in the world. Features4 Magnesium Power Strap

- US Outdoor Store refers to the men's version

With its more-forgiving Rislan PowerStringer, the Dynafit Zzero 4 PX-TF Alpine Touring Boot offers all the comfort and fit of Dynafit's C-TF model, without the carbon reinforcements. Tackle long tours and sidecountry trips alike in this four-buckle boot. Touted as the lightest four-buckle on the market, the Zzero 4 PX-TF boots grant featherlight uphills and rewarding downhills. Mid-stiff Rislan material in the instep and Powerstringer efficiently transfers energy to your glides as you hike and hold firm during sketchy descents. The Zzero PX-TF Boot's Pebax tongue flexes smoothly and consistently as you pass your skin track on the way back down, and Dynafit's lightweight, thermo-moldable Thermoflex liner insulates your foot so your toes don't end up frozen at the end of your hikes.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Slip into the Dynafit ZZero 4 PX-TF Alpine Touring Boot for easy skinning up to the ridge and then moderately stiff performance during the deep downhill reward. Said to be the lightest high-performance four-buckle boot available, this boot s Pebax shell and Rilsan Powerstringer provide both rigidness and forgiveness to match your downhill powder obsession. While rigid, the shell is also lightweight and yields amazing uphill capabilities with the walk mode s 30-degree cuff rotation. Mid-stiff Rislan material in the instep and Powerstringers efficiently transfer energy to your glides Thermo-moldable Thermoflex liner insulates your foot and allows for complete customization Long tour friendly Pebax tongue flexes smoothly and consistently providing a great run down the mountain (and is made from 100% natural Castor beans) Cuff locks down with a 15 or 21-degree forward lean to match your level of alpine ambition DynaGrip Ultralight outsole provides steady grip on boot packs Micro-adjustable magnesium buckles enable fine-tuning of the boot to fit your foot Compatible with Dynafit Quick-Step-in binding systems as well as the new TLT binding (sold separately)

- Second Ascent refers to the men's version

Dynafit Zzero4 PX-TF

previously retailed for:
$227.48 - $649.95

The Dynafit Zzero4 PX-TF is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 8, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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