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  Atomic Backland Alpine Touring Boot - Women's Ortovox Cross Rider 18L S Backpack - Women's Scarpa Gea RS Alpine Touring Boot - Women's Dynafit Beast Ski Boot - Women's K2 Talkback 88 Ski - Women's Tecnica Zero G Tour Alpine Touring Boot - Women's Deuter Guide SL 40+8L Backpack - Women's Ortovox Free Rider 22L S Backpack Fischer My Travers Alpine Touring Boot - Women's Scarpa Vibram Mountain Plus Sole - Women's Roxa R3W 105 T.I. Alpine Touring Boot - Women's
  Atomic Backland Alpine Touring Boot - Women's Ortovox Cross Rider 18L S Backpack - Women's Scarpa Gea RS Alpine Touring Boot - Women's Dynafit Beast Ski Boot - Women's K2 Talkback 88 Ski - Women's Tecnica Zero G Tour Alpine Touring Boot - Women's Deuter Guide SL 40+8L Backpack - Women's Ortovox Free Rider 22L S Backpack Fischer My Travers Alpine Touring Boot - Women's Scarpa Vibram Mountain Plus Sole - Women's Roxa R3W 105 T.I. Alpine Touring Boot - Women's
Rating ★★★★★ ★★★★☆ ★★★★☆ ★★★☆☆ - - - - - - -
Binding Compatibility tech - - alpine touring, tech tech AT, TLT (tech) - alpine touring tech, AT tech -
Brand Roxa K2 Deuter Dynafit Atomic Scarpa Ortovox Tecnica Scarpa Fischer Ortovox
Buckles 3 - - 4 2 - - 4 3 1 -
Claimed Weight [single, 26.5] 3lb 9oz [pair, 160cm] 5lb 1oz 3lb 10oz 2 lb 13.9 oz [single, 25.5] 2lb 5oz - 2lb 10oz [single, size 26.5] 3lb 4.8oz [single, size 25] 2lb 13oz [single, 25.5] 2lb 4oz 1lb 13.6oz
Last Width 99 BioFit - - 102 mm 98mm - - 99mm 101mm 100mm -
Recommended Use backcountry skiing backcountry skiing mountaineering, climbing, ski touring alpine touring backcountry skiing alpine touring backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding backcountry skiing backcountry skiing, randonee, ski mountaineering backcountry skiing, randonee, ski mountaineering skiing, snowboarding
Shell Material Grilamid, PU+ - - Pebax, Grilamid Grilamid - - polyurethane [shell] Carbon Grilamid LFT, [cuff] Grilamid, [tongue] Pebax Grilamid -
Sole GripWalk - - - Skywalk rubber Vibram - Dual Density Vibram Vibram Cayman Pro Touring Rubber -
Walk Mode 45° range of motion - - yes Free/Lock 2.0, 74° range of motion - - yes Speedlock Plus, 60° range of motion yes, 80° range of motion -
Manufacturer Warranty - 2 years lifetime 1 year 2 years 1 year 5 years 1 year 1 year 4 years 5 years

Atomic Backland Alpine Touring Boot - Women's

Get out to the backcountry where the crowds are scarce and the powder is plentiful with the Atomic Women's Backland Alpine Touring Boot. With a ridiculously generous cuff rotation—74-degrees to be exact—the Backland lives for long tours, steep bootpacks, and exposed hikes up knife edge ridges to gain the summit. When it comes transition, the rigid and easy to engage Free/Lock 2.0 walk mode and Quick Click interchangeable tongue serves up a stiff and powerful feel that will inspire confidence when you lay into that first turn from the summit of your objective.

The lightweight Grilamid shell can be heat-molded for a precise and comfortable fit, while the two aluminum buckles with a cross lace system work to lock the boot down for the descent. Inside the shell, the Backland's liner is designed specifically for backcountry touring and is completely waterproof and breathable. A perforated design helps excess heat and moisture escape, and it's heat-moldable, too, allowing for an even more customized fit. And, when you're traversing icy ridges, you'll appreciate the grippy Skywalk rubber sole, offering up reliable traction so you can focus on your objective.

  • A lightweight boot for crushing terrain in the backcountry
  • 98mm last provides a snug, performance-first fit
  • Grilamid shell is lightweight and responsive
  • Thermo-moldable liner offers a precise, customizable fit
  • Skywalk rubber sole for traction while bootpacking
  • 74-degree range of motion in walk mode for efficient climbing
  • Free/Lock 2.0 system is solid and easy to engage
  • Quick Click tongue interchangeable tongue for custom support
  • Item #ATO00CZ
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    Ortovox Cross Rider 18L S Backpack - Women's

    Ideal for through-the-gates missions at the resort and light-and-fast backcountry tours, the Ortovox Women's Cross Rider 18 Backpack is specifically tailored to the shape and needs of female skiers and snowboarders. Slightly smaller and lighter than the men's Cross Rider, and with straps contoured to fit ladies comfortably, this low-profile pack carries all the safety tools, water, snacks, and other accessories you need for trips into the backcountry, all without weighing you down or making you feel like a pack mule.

    Because "safety first" is a very real attitude in the backcountry, Ortovox included a separate compartment for avalanche rescue gear so you can quickly access it in the event of an emergency. A stowable net holds your helmet while you skin or hike so your head doesn't get drenched with sweat on the way up. Ski and snowboard carry straps hold your shred sticks during steep stretches of hiking, while trekking pole loops hold your poles on the way down. Front and back panel access lets you quickly reach water, snacks, and extra layers, and there's also room for a hydration reservoir (not included) when you want to make things extra convenient.

  • Compact skiing and snowboarding pack
  • Ski and snowboard carry options
  • Separate safety tool compartment
  • Stowable helmet net holds brain bucket
  • Compression strap manages load
  • Ice axe and ski/hike pole loops
  • Hydration system compatible (not included)
  • Hip belt and sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Item #ORT001G
  • This is the otter box cross rider 2020. Litre bag, and they've made lots of updates compared to previous years it's. Got everything in there that i could want to go touring with, and so we'll just take time to go through each. Of the features so first of all in our. Front pocket we have a deep pocket. Including a zippered one for all. Valuables included in there is a helmet. Net as well this is for when you've got. So many things in your bag you can attach your helmet onto the outside which will save space and mean that it's out the way in my main pocket we have. Access to the main space there's a space. For shovel and a probe and it's as well. Compatible with a water hydration system there's a hole at the top and cleverly. They've also added an insulated shoulder tube which should make sure that your water isn't going to freeze if you are miles away from civilization this main. Pocket can also be accessed from the. Back meaning it's a lot quicker to. Access any of the tools that you might need there's another little compartment. Here for any other important bits that you don't want to get lost in the main pocket when we talk about straps it's. Got the across the chest strap with a whistle it's also got a really strong. Waist strap with a really handy pocket. Here for quick access once you're touring and at the front we have all of these as well so if you've not got a lot in your backpack it's gonna help. Bring it nice and tight which makes it easier for walking obviously the. Attachment for the helmet can go on here as well there's also a strap here for ice axes, and they've also included both. A diagonal and a vertical and ski strap. Holders so depending on whether you. Prefer to have them diagonal not complete personal preference but you're not limited to one way with this backpack comes in at just. 850 grams so it's on its own with plenty of space it still. Shouldn't be too heavy by the time you filled it's a very comfortable backpack thanks to the padding that you. Can see on the back and on the side straps and on the shoulder straps so if. You are going quite far away it's going to be a really comfortable backpack it's available from many retailers including. Snow and rock in seven different colors at the price point of one hundred pounds.

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    Scarpa Gea RS Alpine Touring Boot - Women's

    The Gea RS is Scarpa's stiffest and most powerful women's AT boot. It's designed to devour long ascents with the speed and grace of a gazelle while maintaining the ability to charge steep lines like a freeride champ. Scarpa buffed up the Gea RS this year with a lightweight design that's equally at home in pinner couloirs as it is on the skintrack.

    The Gea RS features the same aggressive 120 flex and 101mm last as its predecessor and now houses a revamped carbon-infused Grilamid shell that increases stiffness and power without adding weight. Scarpa ditched the front buckle, jumping to a lower-profile three-buckle system that eliminates bulk and increases the cuff rotation from 37 to an impressive 60 degrees in walk mode—a welcome change that drastically increases uphill efficiency. Scarpa was also able to shed about five ounces per boot, a change you'll definitely notice when you leave your buddies in the dust on the skinner. Scarpa finished off the Gea RS with a grippy Vibram rubber sole, so you'll be steady and confident while traversing icy ridges and slick scree fields.

  • A powerful terrain-crushing touring boot
  • Stiff 120 flex for aggressive skiers
  • 101mm last accommodates medium to wide feet
  • Carbon-infused Grilamid shell with Pebax tongue
  • Women-specific moldable Intuition liner
  • 60-degree range of motion maximizes uphill efficiency
  • Vibram soles holds traction on icy bootpacks
  • Low-profile three buckle closure
  • Item #SCR005G
  • Hey this is dave with tomm mountain. Sports I'm here to talk about the scarpa 80 boots that we have in stock today the. Gia rs for women and the australia rs. For guys or women with larger feet I'm gonna point out some quick features of. These two boots for you so you can kind of get a handle on what's going on here the mists rolly and the jia rs are the. Bigger earlier cousins of the regular. Mr. ali and jia they are stiffer 20. About 20 percent stiffer and their flex. Is going to be a more progressive flex, and they're also going to be a little bit lighter so if you're looking for. Sort of the lightest the highest performing boots on the market from scarpa this is gonna be where you want to go scarpa has a great system here it's called the exclusive excuse me the axial. Alpine technology it allows the boot to. Fully open up and what it also does is. Creates great power transfer when you're in ski mode of the boots and when you really when you're really forcing or. When you really are leaning forward and putting some pressure on your skis what this is doing is its transmitting power all the way through the bottom of the boot in a much consistent manner as you. Can see it opens up fully so you can get in and out with ease but having the buckle system all integrated is really. Going to keep it within a great power. Transmission zone a couple of other things to point out and I'll use the women's version on this one is this over. The cuff buckle right here this is going. To be great to keep your heel in place better than a lot of the boots are it's lowering that buckle so traditionally you'll see a lot of boot buckles up here. On the shin by having this come down further what you're really doing is locking that heal in place and allowing. For a better power transmission forward because you're not inhibiting the flex. On the shin area of the boot you're staying out of the way there so by locking your foot down and allowing for. A better flex that's what that piece is doing right there still have your traditional heel walk mode really nice. Big power strap on their feature we want to point out on all of these scarpa boots as scarpa works with dina fit quite closely they. Utilize the dean effect quick steppin system both dina fit and scarpa are the. Only boot companies to utilize this. Patented system from dina fit as you can see this little groove right here in the. Tech part of the toe allows for a very. Smooth step into a dena fit binding as. Opposed to i have a technical coach ease. Right here you can see the differences in the toes and basically you can see that this groove right here on the scarpa boot is going to allow you to step right in you have a nice clue. Little arrow there on the top toe area which is what you're going to be looking at when you actually have these boots on your feet verse is a technical or some of the other boots that do not have that quick step in system so on these boots for example you're going to be trying to align the toe piece of a dean of fit binding with. The holes here and the tech fittings on this boot verses on this scarpa boot you're going to be able to just step right in almost like an alpine binding and have a nice quick step in a. Couple of differences on the men's versus the women's boot and you can't quite see it because i have this liner out is that the women's liner is gonna come down lower on the calf women tend. To have a little bit of a shorter calf area, and so they're not going to be pinched by a higher liner and then both of these boots also come with intuitions pro liner this is an amazing liner. Superuser lightweight really flexible. You still have your walk mode flex zone. Here on the back as you can see you have. Some great stiffness here in the back of the calf and you have just a really lightweight package it's fully moldable. You can walk around let's say you're in camp or staying in a hut or you're just. Out in the back country camping out you can walk around in this boot on snow or ice no problems whatsoever then again highly moldable really easy. Super comfortable extremely lightweight. That's gonna do it again dave here with tom mountain sports come check us out online TLA mountain sports comm we've got both these boots in stock and happy but anywhere in the world for you.

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    Dynafit Beast Ski Boot - Women's

    You never thought you'd see the day when you could enjoy both freeride and touring performance in one boot, but with the Dynafit Women's Beast Ski Boot, that day has arrived. Built for long days in the backcountry when turns are the ultimate goal, this boot is both lightweight and stiff, letting you save energy on the climb and giving you the ability to power through turns on the downhill.

    The Beast is engineered with Dynafit's Snowdynamic concept, which means it's built to ski deep powder with minimal loss of speed. The Precision Lock buckles sit close to the inside of the boot, reducing drag and preventing them from getting side swiped by a rock or stump. This setup also prevents the build-up of snow and stops it from entering to the rear of the cuff. A custom light liner can be heat molded for a seamless fit and enhanced performance. This precise fit adds to the warmth of the boot. An anatomic 102mm last gives your foot some wiggle room, which is nice for the climb, while the cuff provides a range of motion ideal for touring.

  • A freeride boot built for big tours in the backcountry
  • Stiff flex allows you to power through turns
  • 102mm last fits a wide range of feet
  • 45-degree cuff rotation with release for walking
  • Precision Lock System guarantees precise power transmission
  • Thermo-moldable liner provides a customized fit
  • Master Step heel insert is wider to work with Beast binding
  • Item #DNF009Z
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    K2 Talkback 88 Ski - Women's

    As the middle child in K2's women's backcountry-specific ski lineup, the Talkback 88 Ski has the versatility to tackle long alpine missions or quick spring laps with equal zeal. Its narrower 88-millimeter waist won't weight you down on the skintrack, and, when paired with the rockered tip and tail, offers up just the right amount of flotation in softer snow. Since every backcountry adventure isn't always powder-filled, underfoot camber gives this ski a reliable edge hold on any firmer snow you may encounter.

    K2 shaved some weight of the Talkback 88 this season, yet managed to maintain excellent downhill performance when it comes time to strip skins. A Titanal spine and carbon reinforcement is to thank for this ski's impressive power and stability, while the paulownia wood core is responsible for its efficiently light weight on steep ascents. K2 completed the Talkback with snow-shedding topsheets to ensure that you aren't weighted down by piles of powder as you head back up the skinner for lap four of the day.

  • Lightweight touring ski to crush steep ascents and style steep lines
  • 88mm waist for quick ascents and fun, nimble descents
  • Rockered tip and tail add float in softer snow
  • Underfoot camber reliably holds an edge on unexpected ice patches
  • Titanal spine and carbon reinforcement delivers power and stability
  • Paulownia wood core is efficient on ascents and strong on descents
  • Hydrophobic topsheets dump snow when you're skinning
  • Skin grommets help keep climbing skins securely in place
  • Item #K2S00HJ
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    Tecnica Zero G Tour Alpine Touring Boot - Women's

    Technica's Women's Zero G Tour Alpine Touring Boot is re-designed and ready to rock on long ascents, but won't leave you floundering on steep, technical descents, either. Coming in at just over three pounds per boot, it will barely add to the weight of your setup as you suffer up steep skinners. A boot this stiff handles your most proud lines like a champ, from narrow, remote chutes to wide-open bowls of pristine powder. Tecnica built this boot on a mid-sized 99-millimeter last that offers a performance fit for standard-width feet.

    Different from the previous versions of the Zero G, this rendition is more of a true backcountry boot, with a slightly lighter weight, an impressive 55-degree range of motion in walk mode and double-blocking system that increases stability in ski mode, rockered Vibram rubber soles for impressive grip on slick bootpacks, and extra-light buckles that stay latched when you're skinning to reduce in-boot friction that can lead to blisters. The boot's shell uses Tecnica's C.A.S. system, which employs a dimple structure to make heating and punching faster and more effective for bootfitters. Practically a roadmap for bootfitters, C.A.S. identifies your foot's hot spots and pressure points with ease, and paired with the Ultrafit Pro Light liner, you'll stay comfortable, even after you hours on the skintrack.

  • Lightweight touring boot for long missions
  • Stiff 105 flex is suitable for hard-charging ladies
  • 99mm last assures a snug, precise fit
  • Walk mode with 55-degree cuff rotation for uphill efficiency
  • Secure locking system in ski mode for better downhill performance
  • Uphill cuff buckles stay latched when skinning to reduce friction
  • Heat-moldable shell and liner ensure a comfortable, customizable fit
  • Rockered Vibram soles offer grip on slick surfaces
  • Item #TEC003J
  • Hey my name's carter brown I'm here with technical we're an outdoor retailer with back country skiing canada I'm gonna talk to you guys about the new zero-g guide throw this is our new back country. Touring specific ski boot we decided to. Build this boot and come up with this ski boot we're an alpine brand we wanted. To really build a boot that truly performed on the town that was really a four buckle traditional overlap high-performance yet come in at a weight. Range with a range of motion and all the options that are really, so we've got a. New ninety-nine millimeter last really low volume in the heel and ankle great fit 44 degrees range of motion coming in. At about fifteen hundred and forty grams. Fully interchangeable solos allows you come with a rockered 18 so allows you. To add in seoul on the bottom really. There's nothing else out there that's like if there's nothing else out there that hits this range of motion. This weight that allows you to put ad insole on to have four buckles into the traditional overlap construction. We're really pumped about it we feel it really provides true downhill skiing experience but at a really unbelievably. Kind of lightweight. We also have kind of the little brother. Called the code the zero-g guide that. Comes in out of the 110 flex right around sixteen hundred and fifty grams same basic food is this yorgi guide pro. Just a little bit heavier a little softer plastic yeah you know and a. Little bit lower price point great for that person that really doesn't want to spend a ton of money wants a great performing a great skiing. Series of boots we think it's going to be a unique offering out there's a. Lot of people that are really looking for this type of boot maybe coming from an alpine background that want the fit and feel and function of their ski boots we want something that's gonna be really liked and allowed to use tech bindings yeah it's so really going to perform like they're out on booze.

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    Deuter Guide SL 40+8L Backpack - Women's

    Designed as the perfect ski mountaineering pack for female athletes, the Deuter Guide 40+ SL Backpack combines every feature needed for technical climbing and skiing. The Variflex hip belt pivots with your body's movements, allowing you to maintain balance while swinging ice tools or making fresh tracks. Wide ski slots make it easy to carry your shred sticks, and the side-access zipper allows you to grab your puffy without dumping everything out in the snow.

    Don't be fooled into thinking this pack can only handle winter adventures—with its breathable back panel and versatile design, it's also well-suited to summer ascents and climbing missions. Its supportive X-frame supports and stabilizes your load, whether you're carrying climbing gear or ski setups, and ergonomic mesh helps keep you from overheating when summer temps soar. And when the day's plan call for a light load, you can remove the X-frame and hipbelt to streamline things. Deuter also threw in a sitting mat that gives you a dry spot to sit when you're enjoying the view from the peak, as well as an SOS label with emergency tips.

  • Versatile pack for alpine adventures in summer or winter
  • Aircomfort back system is comfy and breathable
  • Removable X-frame supports heavy loads
  • Ski carry straps secure ski when bootpacking
  • Hip fins add stability without restricting mobility
  • Bottom compartment helps you stay organized
  • Women-specific fit for improved performance
  • Hydration compatible for drinking convenience (reservoir sold separately)
  • Item #DTR004W
  • Hi I'm scott park with deuter usa here. Hanging out the guys at tahoe bounce sports I'm here to show you guys what's. New for f12 and one new pax is gonna be the guide light 28 + sl stands for. Slim line that's gonna work for our are more women specific backpacks and as well. Those smaller men the need a nice alpine. Backpack this backpack is equipped with. Technical tool attachments this is gonna. Be able to capture those tools like the. Do not have a hammer and four more of. Those tools that you need that secure. Closure there also has ski carry abilities 130 millimeters in the tail. Right here is what'll go up to along with this pack just like the other guy that you guys are familiar with we do have a removable bivy pad on the inside. Take a look on the inside you simply. Pull this tab up i won't take it out but you do have the ability to access the. Bivi pad right in there this pack being the light is going to be a pack that. Uses a lighter suspension on the back we. Still, have the deuter air or daughter air contact alpine back system but. Instead of aluminum stays we actually. Use delrin who hydration compatible and. Fixed hip belts with the canted sl. Feature right in here thank you for. Checking this out and I'm scott park. From deuter.

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    Ortovox Free Rider 22L S Backpack

    There are a lot of ways things can go wrong in the backcountry, so cover as many safety bases as possible with the Women's Free Rider 22 Short Backpack by Ortovox. In addition to having an easily accessible compartment for your avalanche rescue gear and deployable hemet net for your brain bucket, this innovative pack sports a built-in back protector to shield your spine from harsh impacts. This particular version of the Free Rider 22 is a bit shorter in design, providing an ideal fit for females and smaller males desiring less bulk and greater mobility.

    The SPS Flex Back Protector offers extra insurance against bad falls, and it's totally flexible when you're skiing and riding at high speeds, as to not impede critical movements. Best of all, it's good for multiple or successive impacts, meaning you won't have to replace this pack after taking a nasty fall on the mountain. Plus, it's TÜV certified for extra peace of mind, so you know it'll perform when you need it most.

    Besides the front-access pocket for quickly grabbing your shovel and probe, there's a zippered top compartment for stashing a compact puffy jacket or spare gloves. You'll find an A-frame ski carry, as well as diagonal ski/snowboard carry configurations for approaching steep lines where you need to boot up. External loops conveniently attach to ice axes and trekking poles, allowing you to scale technical ascents and cross glaciers en route to your line. Plus, it's fully compatible with hydration reservoirs, complete with tube routing for on-the-move drinking.

  • Streamlined backcountry pack with extra back protection
  • Front compartment for quick access to probe and shovel
  • Shorter design is ideal for females and smaller males
  • SPS Flex Back Protector softens crashes on the mountain
  • Zippered upper pocket fits a spare puffy or gloves
  • A-frame ski carry and diagonal ski/snowboard carry
  • Hydration-compatible design with tube routing
  • Ice axe/trekking pole loops and helmet carry
  • Item #ORT007F
  • This is the otter box cross rider 2020. Litre bag, and they've made lots of updates compared to previous years it's. Got everything in there that i could want to go touring with, and so we'll just take time to go through each. Of the features so first of all in our. Front pocket we have a deep pocket. Including a zippered one for all. Valuables included in there is a helmet. Net as well this is for when you've got. So many things in your bag you can attach your helmet onto the outside which will save space and mean that it's out the way in my main pocket we have. Access to the main space there's a space. For shovel and a probe and it's as well. Compatible with a water hydration system there's a hole at the top and cleverly. They've also added an insulated shoulder tube which should make sure that your water isn't going to freeze if you are miles away from civilization this main. Pocket can also be accessed from the. Back meaning it's a lot quicker to. Access any of the tools that you might need there's another little compartment. Here for any other important bits that you don't want to get lost in the main pocket when we talk about straps it's. Got the across the chest strap with a whistle it's also got a really strong. Waist strap with a really handy pocket. Here for quick access once you're touring and at the front we have all of these as well so if you've not got a lot in your backpack it's gonna help. Bring it nice and tight which makes it easier for walking obviously the. Attachment for the helmet can go on here as well there's also a strap here for ice axes, and they've also included both. A diagonal and a vertical and ski strap. Holders so depending on whether you. Prefer to have them diagonal not complete personal preference but you're not limited to one way with this backpack comes in at just. 850 grams so it's on its own with plenty of space it still. Shouldn't be too heavy by the time you filled it's a very comfortable backpack thanks to the padding that you. Can see on the back and on the side straps and on the shoulder straps so if. You are going quite far away it's going to be a really comfortable backpack it's available from many retailers including. Snow and rock in seven different colors at the price point of one hundred pounds.

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    Fischer My Travers Alpine Touring Boot - Women's

    Designed with vert-hungry chicks in mind, your Women's Fischer My Travers Alpine Touring Boots are exactly what you'll want on your feet as you complete a multi-day traverse or tackle big days in the alpine. A super light uphill-oriented option, these kicks weigh in at just over 2lb per foot, letting you devour terrain on the uphill like a ravenous tiger who hasn't eaten in a week.

    Flip these boots into walk mode and you'll enjoy a practically unheard of 80-degree range of motion, giving you a smooth and efficient stride similar to a hiking boot. The heat-moldable liner lets you customize the fit to your exact needs for comfort all day long, and the rubber soles ensure solid traction on icy traverses and bootpacks. The My Travers floats like a dream on the way up, but Fischer wasn't about to put their name on something that doesn't perform on the descent. While these boots may not be your first choice for sending huge lines and airing massive cliffs, the stiff and powerful Grilamid shell and Phatt Maxx power strap give you the security you need to rip flawless turns down lofty alpine peaks.

  • Ultra-light touring boots for covering serious ground
  • 100mm last fits average sized feet
  • Lightweight yet durable Grilamid shell
  • Heat-moldable liner lets you dial in a precise fit
  • Impressive 80-degree range of motion in walk mode
  • BOA closure system evenly distributes pressure
  • Rubber sole holds traction on icy traverses
  • Item #FIS003R
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    Scarpa Vibram Mountain Plus Sole - Women's

    Replace or upgrade your old worn-out soles on your alpine ski boots with the Scarpa Women's Vibram Mountain Plus Sole. This sole features a co-injected steel plate for a more powerful and reliable connection than most soles, and the rubber heel has a special lug design to give you an excellent grip on any terrain. Scarpa designed this sole specifically for snowy situations because it reduces snow buildup so well. This sole is compatible with all of the AT and Quick Step-In system bindings on the market.

  • Co-injected steel plate with rubber heel
  • Compatible with all AT and Quick Step-In system bindings on the market
  • Item #SCR0274
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    Roxa R3W 105 T.I. Alpine Touring Boot - Women's

    The Women's R3W 105 T.I. Alpine Touring Boot is Roxa's most freeride-oriented ladies boot, designed for ripping chicks with an affinity for hard-earned turns. The flex of 105 is stiff enough to please the aggressive lady shredder, yet still comfortable and forgiving enough to keep your feet happy on the skin track.

    The durable Grilamid shell keeps the weight down so you get on top of big objectives with enough gas in the tank to let it rip on the way down, and the Intuition liner is heat moldable so you can dial in the perfect fit. The Gripwalk soles add a little security to icy bootpacks, and with a 45-degree range of motion in walk mode, these boots allow you a comfortable and natural stride the whole way up.

  • A lightweight touring boot for crushing the uphill and the downhill
  • 105 flex is Roxa's stiffest backcountry boot for women
  • Medium 99mm last accommodates a variety of feet
  • Grilamid shell is durable yet light
  • Intuition liner is heat-moldable for a precise, comfortable fit
  • 45-degree range of motion in walk mode
  • Gripwalk soles provide security on sketchy traverses and bootpacks
  • Item #RXA000W
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