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Borrowing from the chassis of the Scarpa Maestrate Boot, the Scarpa Men's Rush Alpine Touring Boot shaves some weight from your feet without sacrificing your ability to maintain power or control in the backcountry. Quick-step fittings make it a breeze to get in and out of your TLT bindings when speed is of the essence, and the free-flexing range of motion cuff turns slogging tours into a walk in the park. Reach for this Pebax out-of-bounds boot when you finally decide to forgoe a season pass at the local resort, for early-morning peak-bagging all season.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version
On Sale. Free Shipping. Scarpa Men's Rush Boot FEATURES of the Scarpa Men's Rush Boot Unique Alpine Axial closure combines the best of both overlap and cabrio boot constructions: super easy to get in/out, excellent volume adjustment, and strong support on the downhill Wiregate Tour-lock buckle clasp keep buckles in place for rapid uphill/ downhill transitions Incredible range of cuff motion allows ideal tourability Magnesium Mirage buckles are strong and feather-light Accelerator Ski/Walk mechanism offers maximum rigidity for the weight Quick-step fittings and Fitting Placement Indicators combine to make getting in/out of TLT bindings easier than ever before Active Power Strap provides incredible responsiveness Predator HRS combines new instep buckle with and integrated strap that matches perfectly with the tongue for increased downhill performance SPECIFICATIONS of the Scarpa Men's Rush Boot Inner Boot: Intuition Pro Flex G3 Shell / Cuff / Tongue: Pebax Renew Buckles: 3 + Active Power Strap Forward Lean: 15deg - 19deg Fabric: Sole: Vibram Mistral Weight: 1/2 pair: 3 lbs 2.4 oz / 1430 g Binding System: TLT, AT
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
Who says you can't save weight in the backcountry while still keeping your power and control? Not Scarpa. Check out the Rush Ski Boot - the Intuition liner provides a sweet, customized fit that supports your feet for awesome control. Get a huge range of motion with the tour-loving cuff and wiregate Tour-lock buckle clasps.
- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version