Telemark Boots


Black Diamond




less than $100
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$300 - $399.99
$400 - $499.99
$500 and above

Recent Telemark Boot Reviews

Scarpa Terminator X

rated 2 of 5 stars Have had to replace the boot twice as the bellows cracked within one season of skiing. Would avoid this boot for that reason. Comfortable, relatively soft NTN boot. Used for backcountry, resort skiing, and teleboard work. Fine except both bellows cracked within one season. Scarpa graciously replaced the boots, but the second pair also cracked in one season. I am not a burly skier (165 lbs) and have never before had a bellows fail. Would not recommend. Full review

Scott Voodoo

rated 2 of 5 stars Great looking boot, but the toe buckle went on day 2 after purchasing. Great looking boot, and it seemed that the stiffness is a great advantage, but I blew the toe buckle wires off in the first two days on the hill. Had to improvise with bent lengths of coat hanger. It seems that the buckle is not built for the strain put on the bellow area. The wires off of both feet were sacrifices to Ullr. Full review

Scarpa Men's T2 Eco

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Good telemark boot which offers loads of comfort and good insulation. The stability is good, but I wish it was a bit stiffer. Walking function "switch" broke the first time I used them. Very ergonomic fit! This boot offers good comfort and very good insulation. It's a very comfortable choice both for on- and off-piste skiing. It has a walk function which allows you to move much easier over un-ski-able terrain. The quality seems good, but the switch for the walking mode broke on my first run. The… Full review