Alpine Touring (AT)
In contrast to the Hoji Pro Tour, the Hoji Free is also compatible with touring frame bindings. With its increased rigidity, thanks to a unique Grilamid material with fibreglass, and its progressive flex of 130, the Hoji Free possesses all of the characteristics to deliver the best power transfer and top downhill performance. With a last width of 102 mm, three micro-adjustable buckles and the Ultra Lock Strap, the foot sits ideally positioned. In downhill mode, the Hoji Free locks out at a forward lean of 17 degrees thanks to a spoiler at the cuff and thus offers a comfortable, yet still athletic and controlled ski position – be it to press, carve or slash. On the ascent, free tourers also get extra benefits: The V-shaped tongue and a cuff rotation of 55 degrees means maximum freedom of movement, flexibility and comfort. This enables a natural, energy-saving walking motion even on very steep terrain. With its light weight of just 1,550 grams, a few extra metres of extra vertical vert won’t be an issue for the Hoji Free since you’ll still have enough strength left to enjoy a well-earned descent. One special feature of the Hoji Free is the new thermo-mouldable Hoji Free Liner by footbed, boot-fitting and foot specialty brand Sidas. This will be exclusively available in the coming season in the DYNAFIT Hoji Free. This liner can be custom-moulded to fit your foot and offers the best-possible climbing performance as well as on the descent. It is impressive with its lightness and comfort, and it positions and firmly cradles the foot with precision and security. These characteristics make the liner the first choice for the Hoji Free and underscores the unique selling point on the market of this free touring boot. To ensure ski tourers can approach the perfect line over rocks and icy flanks, the Hoji Free comes equipped with the POMOCA Free Sole. This sole has impressive grip and optimal hold when walking out of the binding and at the same time is especially sturdy and long-lasting. Thanks to the toe lug the ski touring boot is compatible with fully automatic crampons. Last but not least, the Hoji Free is also equipped with the proven Quick Step-In insert for easier entry into the frameless tech binding even on rougher terrain. The Hoji Free, just like other models in the Hoji family, is made completely in Italy. Ski hard & walk easy – one move to switch.
The ROAMr skis include 2 full layers of Titanal aluminum, our lightweight wood core, PolyUrethane sidewalls, and low profile design. The tighter turn radius initiates quickly and creates a snappy, reactive and ultimately playful experience on all snow conditions. A great choice for anyone looking to ski in and out of bounds without missing a step.
MTN EXPLORE rewards every touring enthusiast with a 63° range of motion to make the uphill easier, and Carbon Spine technology for power on the descent. In addition to the Custom Shell HD, its new Freetouring Light liner promises a homogeneous fit for increased comfort.
The groundbreaking downhill performance of the S/LAB MTN boot gets a comfort boost. In addition to the Custom Shell HD, the new Freetouring liner offers precise foot wrapping and is now more durable and powerful so you can experience the incredible uphill and downhill performance of MTN.
The S/LAB X-ALP unlocks the ankles of high-level adventure tourers with a 3D rotating cuff, and unlocks the performance potential with a strong, lightweight carbon cuff.
Our best-selling women’s-specific AT boot that redefined backcountry performance, the redesigned Gea pairs the same gold-standard balance of uphill and downhill skiability with updated features like a new sustainable, plant-based shell material and RECCO®-enabled power strap for increased avalanche searchability.
Our stiffest, most powerful women’s-specific AT boot that elevates the intersection of freeride performance and backcountry functionality, the Gea RS features an innovative carbon-infused Grilamid® shell to add power and rigidity without adding weight, as well as an all-new power strap featuring RECCO® Technology for increased avalanche searchability.
A stiffer and more powerful version of the best-selling Maestrale, the redesigned Maestrale RS elevates the intersection of freeride performance and backcountry functionality thanks to a carbon-infused Grilamid® shell to add power and rigidity without adding weight, as well as an all-new power strap featuring RECCO® Technology for increased avalanche searchability.
Our most powerful ski boot designed to provide hard-charging freeride performance on the biggest, steepest lines on the planet, the all-new Maestrale XT features the same carbon-infused Grilamid lower as our Maestrale RS, with a stiffer, stronger two-buckle alpine cuff and RECCO-enabled power strap.
Our go-anywhere NTN boot that features the freeride features and performance of our TX Comp in a slightly more flexible and versatile construction, the TX Pro eats up big tours, deep snow, and day after day of powerful tele turns.
Go-anywhere NTN performance with a last, cuff and liner designed specifically for a woman’s foot, the TX Pro is our stiffest women’s-specific tele boot that holds its own on all-day tours, deep resort laps and steep, technical lines.
Although its combination of the bright, beautiful blue cuff and snow-like white shell reminds you of bluebird days, the Celeste Touring Boot is far from just another pretty face. This boot sports a lightweight design suitable for steep skinners and long days in the backcountry, and a stiff 120 flex provides the performance that intermediate to advanced downhill skiers looking for. Scott achieved this phenomenal flex-to-weight ratio by building the boot out of Powerlite, which is a combination of stiff, superlight Grilamid and sturdy polyurethane. Underfoot, the Celeste features Vibram's ever-reliable rubber sole that, when combined with a ski/walk mode, allows the Celeste to reach the most celestial heights via mountaineering routes. This heavenly touring boot also features Scott's thermo-moldable Pwr Lite liner that offers a customized fit after a short heat-packing process. Pwr Lite also has a Gore-Tex membrane for waterproof breathable protection, and mesh panels enhance ventilation for the airflow required on sweaty skinners. Shock dampening inserts make your downhill experience more solid than most touring boots can offer.
If you'd rather not spend your days in the backcountry with your feet crammed into an unforgiving race boot or floating around in a floppy-noodle rando boot, then get yourself the Scott Cosmos III Men's Alpine Touring Boot. Made of a marvelously stiff and light Grilamid plastic, the Cosmos II is a fairly aggressive boot, with a flex of 115 and a lean angle of 11.5 degrees. It also weighs just over three pounds, making it seriously competitive in the poundage department. But it's a more powerful boot than many of the other AT offerings out there, including Scott's slightly lighter Orbit II, thanks to the Grilamid and Scott's PowerLite reinforcing ribs that are placed through the shell and cuff. If you're a serious skier who spends serious time getting to serious lines, the Cosmos is one you don't want to miss. Don't get the impression that it's a one-dimensional downhill boot, either. It has 60 degrees of cuff rotation for easy ankle articulation, a rugged ski/walk switch, and an aluminum lean/lock bar that allows both the shell and the cuff to move freely for a more natural touring motion. Scott's also redesigned the tech fittings, making them Dynafit certified for an easy and solid connection with Dynafit tech bindings. We'd also be remiss to not mention the PWR Lite liner, which is seamless, fully thermo-moldable, and it has a reinforced tongue for plenty of smooth-flexing power.
Ladies rip just as hard as dudes (frequently harder, really), and they need a boot that can keep up, like the Scott Minerva 75mm Women's Telemark Boot. Only the hardest-charging of the hard-chargers will need a boot with a burlier flex than the Minerva's progressive 120, and the asymmetrical bellows are designed to offer plenty of resistance without tossing smaller riders onto their heels. Throw in a rugged Pebax shell and four separate injection panels to keep the lower boot laterally stiff, and you'll be hard-pressed to show the Minerva a line it can't handle. Don't be under the impression that the Minerva is a foot and soul-crushing torture device, though. Scott built it with a snug but comfortable 100mm last, and it hooked it up with a fully-moldable, women-specific PWR Telemark High liner that'll hold you solidly in place without squeezing out any tears or curse words. It's also a fully-capable backcountry boot, with an easy ski/walk switch that gives you a generous 46 degrees of cuff rotation, making it as easy to access your lines as it is to crush 'em. Even the buckles are thoughtfully designed, having the ability to stay wide open when released, so you don't struggle getting into and out of your boots.
You've always wanted to a be a fighter pilot, a professional wrestler, and a rodeo rider, but guess what? Pilots, wrestlers, and cowpokes all want to be skiers; after all, it's the only way they can wear the Scott Voodoo NTN Men's Telemark Boot, which is way better than cowboy boots, knee-high leathers, and whatever shoes pilots wear to stomp on the plane's gas pedal, which is probably how planes work. With a burly mountain-man flex of 130, powerful high overlap construction, and an adjustable spoiler, you can ski the Voodoo as hard as you want without powering through the front and ending up with your nose resting on your ski. It has a 13-degree lean angle and an asymmetrical bellows design for the proper flex, and Scott also used four separate injections to create the lower shell, making a boot that's laterally stiff so you can power through turns without tipping over or twisting on top of your ski. Although it's designed for hard chargers, the Voodoo is as capable of racing up a line as it is maching down one, with a ski/walk switch that provides 46 degrees of cuff rotation (more than Scott's burliest alpine touring boot, if you want to brag to your friends), and a fully moldable PWR Tour liner with a stiff Pebax-reinforced tongue that hugs your foot when you're on the way or down. Throw in some micro-adjustable Ergal buckles that won't re-latch themselves after you've unbuckled, and you'll leave all your alpine friends at the lodge while you're still down for another lap.
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