Scarpa Domina

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Lock yourself into the Scarpa Women's Domina Alpine Touring Boot, and head out to plunder the endless backcountry powder stash. This hard-charging women's boot features a four-buckle design and V-frame power ribs on the cuff for driving hard down steep lines. The rear touring mechanism easily switches over for walking comfort. The Intuition Speed Pro Lady liner features an alpine fit with molding UltraIon foam for a truly custom feel. The Domina also comes with both a ski tongue and a walk tongue for maximum balance between touring comfort and downhill power. The Vibram Ride sole gives solid traction on rocky scrambles and approaches.


CLOSEOUTS . Designed for a woman's foot but pulling no punches, Scarpa Domina ski boots have a four-buckle design and V-frame power ribs to stiffen the frame for incredible responsiveness in any terrain. Available Colors: ICE BLUE/ANTHRACITE. Sizes: 24, 25, 26, 26.5, 27, 23.

- Sierra Trading Post

The SCARPA Women's Domina Free Ride Ski Boots (Ride Sole) set a new standard for high-performance freeride boots designed for standard-setting women.

- Altrec Outdoors

Description of Scarpa Domina Telemark Ski Boots - Womens 09A new standard for high performance Free Ride boots, designed for standard-setting women.FeaturesInner Boot SCARPA Intuition Speed Pro LadyShell Cuff Tongue 100 Pebax Buckles 4 Power Strap Forward Lean 19 - 23 degreesSole Vibram Ride Weight 1666 grams, 3lbs. 11oz. 12 pair size 25 Size 22.5 - 27 Binding System ISO Alpine DIN, AT Product Code 12002502Flex Index 110 90

- US Outdoor Store

Scarpa Domina


The Scarpa Domina is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 25, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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