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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Scarpa's T4 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Svelte, simple, and a SCARPA classic, the T4 is an entry-level boot for relaxed touring and smooth skiing. The two-buckle closure system micro-adjusts for a comfortable, precise fit. Full Pebax construction remains consistent, even in cold temperatures. They engineer ski performance into the shell by adding a torsion beam, which resists deformation and stiffens the boot just where you need it. Touring efficiency and downhill performance come from the ergonomic bellows in the forefoot.

- Mountain Gear

The Scarpa T4 backcountry boots are the perfect match for metal-edged touring skis. They offer comfort and support for long tours while keeping your feet warm and dry.

- REI

Features of the Scarpa Men's T4 Boot Torsion Beam adds lateral control Ergonomic bellows for great flex Two Easy-Lock buckles micro-adjust for perfect Fit Ski/Walk mechanism locks/releases the cuff for downhill control or touring comfort Cordura liner for durability and reliable Fit

- Moosejaw

With a minimalist design for touring that gives a tip-of-the-hat to the tele days of yore, the Scarpa T4 Boot is a lightweight offering for tele skiers who are looking for a no-frills ticket to the backcountry. A Pebax shell blends comfort with performance-enhancing stiffness, and the two-buckle design saves weight and hassle on the skintrack. Ergonomic bellows in the forefoot make this boot a reliable partner on the ascent and descent for tele newcomers or those who prefer an old-school ride.

- Backcountry.com