Scarpa Tornado Pro

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

NAME OF Scarpa Tornado Pro Ski BootsFreeride glory. Discoloration of shell. Save big for cosmetic defectsFeaturesshell material pebaxliner Plusfit Thermoheat moldable yesbuckles 4 strapsole vibram skywalkforward lean 17-25weight, pair 8.1 lb

- US Outdoor Store

With two forward lean settings and a lateral cant adjustment system for razor sharp edging, this boot can drive your boards just about anywhere you want to point them. The Tornado Pro s two tongue system allows you to talk the talk frontside and backcountry with both a stiff downhill option and a hinged touring tongue. The Vibram Ride sole snugs in to either AT or alpine bindings while the Intuition liners ensure a warm, comfortable fit wherever you walk your talk.Liner: Intuition SpeedShell / Cuff / Tongue: PebaxBuckles: 4Forward Lean: 19-23 (+ / - 2)Sole: Vibram RideWeight: 8 lbs. 6 oz per pairBinding System: ISO Alpine (DIN), UNIThese boots are stamped Seconds by Scarpa due to cosmetic blemishes. The white material in the shell is discolored and appears yellow. There is no compromise for the functionality of the boots. No warranty.

- Second Ascent

Tear up the mountain in the DIN and UNI compatible Tornado Pro bots from Scarpa that are designed for both in-bounds and out-of-bounds comfort. A dependable freeride workhorse for your setup, this boot uses 4 buckles, a power strap, thermomoldable lining, and 100% Pebax construction for a strong, lightweight, dependable boot.

- Mountain Gear

Scarpa Tornado Pro


The Tornado Pro has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$149.95 - $669.00

The Scarpa Tornado Pro is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 21, 2014 at Second Ascent.

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