Tecnica Zero G Scout Tour Boot - Women's
As the stiffest women-specific offering in Tecnica's touring-specific Zero G line, the Women's Zero G Scout Tour Boot provides the performance you need to slay steep, technical descents, but doesn't compromise a bit when it comes to the climb, either. With an impressive 55-degree cuff rotation in walk mode and Tecnica's new Double Blocking Mobility Cuff System, a lever that engages at the cuff and lower part of the shell to reduce play and increase stability in ski mode, you'll move efficiently on the climbs without any loss of efficiency on the descents. The boot's medium last is generous enough to remain comfortable during long tours without compromising performance, while the stiff 115 flex is most suitable for hard-charging lady rippers who require reliable power transfer to maneuver their sticks.
The Grilamid shell keeps the Zero G Scout ultralight without sacrificing any of the boot's necessary stiffness, and utilizes Tecnica's Custom Adaptive Shape shell design, which is anatomically shaped to match your foot, featuring dimples on the shell that makes customization easier for your boot fitter. Inside the boot, the ultralight liner is equipped with laces so you can dial perfectly dial in the fit and the feel every time you step into the boot. To prevent wet, cold feet, the liner also boasts a waterproof, breathable membrane, keeping you out longer on days when the powder is deep. And, since it's rare you'll ever go a season without an icy bootpack to get to the soft, powdery goods, the rockered sole is outfitted with sticky, durable Vibram rubber to ensure you always have a secure grip.
Got an amazing-looking boot here from technical it's their zero-g tour pro it's. A brand-new boot it's been completely. Redesigned for this for the 2018 19. Winter season it weighs 1320 grams so it's super. Lightweight packed full of features one. Of the reasons why it's high-performance and lightweight at the same time is the gorilla mead that runs through the boot it looks really nice it feels really. Nice the walk mode very easy to click into it gives around 60 degrees a. Flexibility in the warp mode so really. Really easy great for ski touring but once you click it back down this one has a 130 flex on it three versions there's. A 130 or 120 and a 110 and the 130 is. Going to give you really high performance if you're into free ride skiing after you've done that ski tour up the mountain so yeah great looking. New boot from technical so retail price. 680 pounds its high-end but you can see. Why pack full of features looking forward to trying it this year it's the. Technical 0 g pro tour boots launching the. 2018 19 winter seasons.
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.
Dynafit Radical Ski Boot - Women's
When the holiday crowds roll in to the resorts you've got no problem walking uphill to score your own silky smooth pow turns. Pull on your Dynafit Women's Radical Ski Boots, walk past the pow-thirsty weekend warriors throwing elbows in the lift line, and head out of bounds to the untouched peaks calling your name.
These comfort-oriented boots offer a more forgiving flex and a wider fit than most of Dynafit's uphill dominating kicks, so your feet won't suffocate while you're wandering the hills in search of fresh lines, and the liner can be molded to your feet for a more precise fit. The 60-degree range of motion in walk mode gives you a natural and efficient stride on the skin track, while rubber outsoles hold traction on slick surfaces to keep you upright on icy bootpacks and treacherous parking lot barbecues.
Good morning this is eric anderson with dina for north america and i am visiting. You with andrew kreisberg back country skiing canada today we introduce you to use the new radical boot from the dena. Fit line this is our first hundred percent pm boot with a four buckle system the beauty of this new boot for us right now it has a 60-degree cuff rotation based. On the new pivot point in the front of the boot here so you actually go to unlock it's the first four buckle boots that has a six movies cup rotation pull. Up on a quick release on your heel and then you have actually this great masticity in the île itself for touring. We also have the new motion lock system so when you are touring and when you go to ski mode it's really there's no moving parts it's just this one particular level it'll lock you into your download it is a spoiler. Constructed boot so it is similar to our. Vulcan or our ward winning tlt six so it. Has a pu shall pu cuff and then a pu or. Spoiler in the back so similar to all the rest of our line, but we're introducing new today outdo each other. For the first time price point five hundred and fifty dollars we need any. More information check us out on the web.
DAKINE Heli 12L Backpack - Women's
When the conditions are right for a quick backcountry session, throw your shovel and probe in the Dakine Women's Heli 12L Pack and get after those backcountry lines you've been scoping all season. Its streamlined design and women-specific fit maintain a comfortable for both the hike up and the ride down, while its external shovel pocket, hydration sleeve, and fleece-lined goggle pocket keep all the essentials organized and ready to go.
DPS Skis Yvette T112 Ski - Women's
DPS's Yvette shape, the fattest of its women-specific line, is now offered with the backcountry-specific Tour1 construction for a ski that's incredibly efficient on the uphill, yet slays big lines and powder with absolute ease. A 112 millimeter waist easily keeps you afloat on the deepest days of the season, but the rockered tip and tail, underfoot camber, and generous sidecut keep you content on days spent skiing hardpack in the resort. DPS's women-specific line isn’t simply a watered-down version of its hard-charging skis, either. The Yvette is built with the exact same construction, only with a slightly shifted mounting point for easier turn initiation.
The Tour1 construction keeps the Yvette lightweight enough to compete with other backcounry-specific skis on the market, but also boasts features that makes the ski perform impressively well on the descent. The carbon fiber laminate dampens vibrations for a smooth, stable ride, and maintains torsional stiffness for effective turns. A lightweight balsa wood core further dampens the ski, yet makes each turn poppy and playful for a smile-inducing ride that will have you wishing winter lasted all year long.
Deuter Rise Lite SL 26L Backpack - Women's
Pack your Deuter Women’s Rise Lite 26 SL Backpack with touring gear and hit the skintrack after an overnight dump. Built with pockets to stash extra layers, food, and safety gear, this lightweight and slim pack is a great touring companion. Attach your board or skis to the external strap to keep them out of the way on the uphill. For the descent, the Rise’s frame system distributes the weight you carry across your back and hips evenly for better balance while you shred in early morning light.
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.
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.
Deuter Freerider SL 24L Backpack - Women's
The Deuter Women's Freerider Pro 24 SL Backpack is up for just about anything your day in the backcountry may entail. Its women-specific Alpine Back System includes X-frame aluminum stays for stability, a flexible Delrin U-shaped frame for mobility, padded shoulder straps, and a removable back panel that doubles as a sitting pad for shoveling pits and studying the snow. The Freerider also features Deuter's Vari Flex waist belt, which pivots with your hips for easier mobility on the mountain.
Like every backcountry ski pack, the Freerider features a compartment designed specifically for avalanche gear, like a probe and shovel. However, unlike most ski packs, the Freerider offers an extra compartment designed specifically for wet gear. It also carries skis, snowboards, helmets, ice axes, and trekking poles. Zippered security and fleece-lined pockets store smaller electronics and valuables. This pack is also hydration compatible for any 3-liter reservoir or smaller, ensuring you don't go thirsty on the trail.
DPS Skis Nina T99 Ski - Women's
DPS's Women's Nina 99, adored by many women for its versatile yet powder-hungry shape, is now offered with the lightweight Tour1 construction, creating a backcountry-specific ski that's ready for all the ups and downs. Weighing in at just over 5 pounds per pair, it's obvious why the ski is an uphill machine, yet its combination of shape and construction maintain fantastic downhill performance.
The 99 millimeter waist provides just enough float in deeper snow, but not so much that you can't rip through harder snow or spring corn with nimble ease. A rockered tip and tail make skiing in powder feel effortless, while camber underfoot adds reliable edge hold and energy through each turn. The Tour1 construction features a carbon and fiberglass laminate, keeping the ski remarkably skiff so you can plow through variable backcountry conditions at high speeds without flopping tips and teeth-chattering vibrations. A balsa wood core works to further dampen vibrations and maintain the overall stiffness of the ski, still preserving the playfulness and pop that makes each turn enjoyable.
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.
ARVA Rescuer 32L Backpack - Women's
After waking up at the crack of dawn to check automated snow stakes and the local avalanche report, load up the Arva Women's Rescuer 32 Backpack with all your snow safety tools, extra layers, and energy snacks before hitting the skin track. This roomy pack is an essential item in your backcountry arsenal this winter season, providing quick access to your collapsible probe and shovel for emergency scenarios and practice runs alike. Front and rear-panel access maximize the user-friendly nature of this essential backcountry pack.
Not only is the Rescuer 32 Backpack user-friendly for backcountry skiers and riders, but it's also large enough to carry all of your items during ambitious, long-distance tours. Dedicated pockets for your hydration reservoir, goggles, and wallet organize all your items, so they're not sloshing around inside the pack. Ergonomic shoulder straps maximize support, with a perforated foam back panel for additional padding and weight distribution. Additionally, there's options for both ski and snowboard carry, which comes in handy on those steep chutes where bootpacking is necessary.
Hagan Ski Mountaineering Core ST Ski Boot - Women's
There's no time to dilly dally when you've got multiple peaks on the agenda for the day—good thing you've got your Hagan Ski Mountaineering Women's Core ST Ski boots on your feet to set the pace. These lightweight kicks boast a stiff yet manageable 110 flex and an ultralight Grilamid shell that delivers power and response on spicy descents.
When you're striding across sparkling glaciers or powering through arduous approaches you'll be psyched on the efficient 60-degree range of motion that you get when you flip into walk mode. The Easy Slide Lock mechanism is reliable and quick to lock down when you top out on your third peak of the day and get ready to crush another steep pitch, and the grippy rubber soles feel secure and stable while you're cruising up an icy bootpack or navigating surprise scree fields.
Roxa RXW 1.0 Alpine Touring Boot - Women's
Long approaches can suck the energy out of you faster than you can say peakbagger. Roxa's Women's RXW 1.0 Alpine Touring Boot is a minimalist option that thrives on grueling approaches and big days in the backcountry. This boot cuts unnecessary bulk with a low-profile, two-buckle design, and the 62° range of motion in walk mode maximizes your uphill efficiency while you're working your way towards that sparkling peak in the distance.
The three-piece Grilamid shell is super light, yet durable and stiff enough for solid response on the descent, and the medium 95 flex can handle steep pitches while remaining comfortable and forgiving for long days trudging through the woods. The lightweight touring specific liner is heat-moldable so you can dial in a precise fit, so your feet will stay as happy as possible even if you're having a royal sufferfest of a day.
La Sportiva Gara Aero LS Ski - Women's
La Sportiva teamed up with Ski Trab to produce the ultralight, vert-devouring Women's Gara Aero LS Ski. Built to the specifications of gram-counting rando racers, the Gara Aero sports an feather light weight that will fly up the mountain and progressive shape that will inspire confidence once you rips skins and point 'em down the mountain.
Ski Trab built this ski in Italy with its ultralight 14-layer technology. The technology utilizes 14 different layers, including carbon, fiberglass, wood, and Aramid, that wrap around the ultralight honeycomb core to reduce vibration and increase rigidity while tipping the scales at feathery 3lb. In the end, all these materials simply mean the Gara Aero will remain nimble on the ascent and stable on the descent. The progressive shape consists of an early rise tip to ease turn initiation in difficult conditions and plenty of camber underfoot to give the ski the ability to carve smooth turns when the terrain and conditions allow for it.
Arc'teryx Procline Lite Boot - Women's
With the ability to climb like a mountaineering boot and navigate technical ski mountaineering descents, the Arc'teryx Women's Procline Lite Boot is a true alpine workhorse that will move up granite-strewn ridges and glacial ice with ease and remain rigid when you're laying turns down a hanging snow field or narrow couloir. It's clear at first glance that the Procline isn't your standard AT boot—its split cuff, uniquely shaped shell, and integrated boot gaiter all indicate that this boot loves to ascend. In fact, the Procline brings a whole new level of uphill performance to the table with 360 degrees of cuff mobility (75 degrees fore and aft and 35 degrees laterally) to deliver an unsurpassed feel while skinning, bootpacking, or climbing sections of vertical rock and ice. And if that wasn't enough, the Procline gets an extra bit of help on the up thanks to a lugged Vibram sole and reinforced toe cap to protect the shell from shrapnel when front pointing.
The construction of the Procline consists of a Grilamid shell more akin to a traditional AT boot to give the boot the solid downhill performance necessary for skiing and a split Grilamid cuff to save weight and enhance climbing mobility. Where the Procline really sets itself apart, though, is with its integrated corder gaiter, which is durable and waterproof to ensure reliable coverage in high alpine environs. Beneath the attached gaiter is a heat-moldable EVA liner with optional lace closure to ensure a precise and comfortable fit. The buckle system of the Procline consists of two aluminum latches and a cam-locking power strap that can be quickly secured without having to deal with traditional hook-and-loop straps during transitions.
When you're touring and you flick this it's amazing the range of motion obviously that you have without undoing. That top class so it's very precise for. Where you want to put your foot but feels really freaked she's good i guess if you can do this if you want and you loosen it rights up when you're throwing to it makes it even easier the side. To side motion business and kind of see. Here it's on an angle makes it better yeah i like that i just. Kind of want to see if snow entry is any. Issue with this it's a mountaineering boot so times are gonna happen when you do get off your skis obviously and start. Postholing up there's something nasty and big i don't know if he'll be full walk mode like this or not but likely so. You can see i mean that keeps a lot of the snow out which is really nice that tall boots all gator and then. There's that cuff area so without doing. Anything to it i just clamp that yep. Clamps i don't think i can feel it but it's in. There it's definitely in there so i. Don't know yeah but other than that i. Mean boots sure does skin nice that's very comfortable and free feeling and. Light and on off-camber type stuff it. Sure allows you to keep a full skin contact if you choose so yeah so far so. Good okay so now it's time for the book. Review inside instead of in the rain so. There it is size 27 and there's our weight pretty. Simple little scale one boot 1.3 6. Kilograms so super light obviously. Especially when you're looking at something that is as strong as skiing boot as it is so that's nice so good weight on the boot now, and we look at the liners you'll see there are two liners that this boot is using this. Is the support liner the support liner. Are they're stronger liner it's nice just. A good flex motion in the back of flexes. Going in the back so you can get lots of easily easy angulation with this boot is. The cuff of the boot certainly allows it, so we don't want the liner to restrict that different densities of foam nice. And stiff through the top and the tongue so lots of support through their nice moldable down through the bottom which is great and then obviously our character being a mountaineering company they're thinking about using liners like this if you have to be drawing your liners you're wearing them alone not in a boot you can see you've got a rubber. Bottom to that boot which is going to. Give you a lot better traction if necessary but just durability as well so. Into the actual boot itself the plastics this is where all the magic is in this boot a few things that i really. Like i love how dry this boot is with this. Zipper that does up from the front of the boot it keeps this entire structure. Quite watertight as you can see that you. Tough and that gator around the top it's going to keep a lot of snow out so when you have that boot opened and you are in tour mode and a lot of other boots you. Collect a lot of snow through here through buckles and into the boot so you have a lot of water entry into this whole boot system that's not the case with this. Which is really nice to see it's in front of the boot as you can see has the rubber rand to it that's a thermoformed. Rand it's not going to pull away from that gives you much better durability. And some add its stickiness if you are. Climbing and using this boot from a mountaineering standpoint to have a hard. Plastic toe that can skate off is not a. Good scenario so having this is going to make a big difference for people its ultimate comfort when they are climbing and not using it with their skis and you. Can see it's a very burly soul the soul that's on there is not one of these super lightweight soles that's going to. Disintegrate in one season of use that's. A full proper vibrational go it's a. Mountaineering sole great to see that. Obviously works with pins it's what it's made for it's the only way it's going to work but from a standpoint of moving in. The mountains it's great to have that security on your feet so all in all i. Have to say that our caraxes nu pro kline. Boot walks as i would expect it to walk. And skis much better so i think it's. Going to be it's its definitely worthy of carrying the arc'teryx name hope you enjoy it.