Scarpa Typhoon

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Scarpa Typhoon Ski BootsHard charging fall line descents Getting to the goodies A no compromise Freeride boot is required... and the Typhoon is ready to step up.FeaturesInner Boot Intuition Speed Pro Shell Cuff Tongue 100 PebaxBuckles 4 Power Strap Forward Lean 19 - 23 degreesSole Vibram Ride Weight 1854 grams, 4lbs. 1oz. 12 pair size 27 Size 24.5 - 31 Binding System ISO Alpine DIN, AT Product Code 12001501Flex Index 110 90

- US Outdoor Store

The Typhoon comes from the freeride side of Scarpa's AT line, and it's the burliest alpine touring boot with a walk mode they will offer in 08/09. With its 110 flex, visible V-frame reinforcing exoskeleton, tongued Intuition Speed Pro liner and four metal buckles, the Typhoon looks and performs like an aggressive alpine boot. Look closer, though, and a rear walk lever and black ISO-DIN-compatible Vibram sole hint at this hard-charger's alter ego: a tour-friendly boot that won't cramp your stride, whether you are cruising out the gate at Alta or kicking steps into the side of Denali. At a hefty (for AT) 8 pounds per pair, the Typhoon was clearly not designed to be a peak-bagging machine, but the payback on the down makes hauling them uphill way worth it.

- Backcountry.com

Hard-charging fall line descents? Getting to the goodies? A no compromise freeride boot is required... and the SCARPA Typhoon Free Ride Ski Boots is ready to step up.

- Altrec Outdoors

CLOSEOUTS . A no-compromise freeride boot, Scarpa Typhoon AT ski boots are ready for the storm to come. A Pebaxand#174; shell, comfortable walking flex and Intuition liner deliver precise, responsive performance and touring comfort. Available Colors: ANTHRACITE/APPLE GREEN. Sizes: 26, 26.5, 27, 27.5, 28, 28.5, 29, 29.5, 30, 30.5, 31.

- Sierra Trading Post

Scarpa Typhoon

MSRP:
$699.00

The Scarpa Typhoon is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 10, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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