Dynafit Titan TF-X Ski Boot

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Dynafit Titan TF-X Ski Boot
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Dynafit Titan TF-X Ski Boot -
This boot is the Gold Standard for guys who rip the backcountry as hard as they do the resort. The Dynafit Titan TF-X Alpine Touring Ski Boot is a stiff and burly freeride boot that happens to tour pretty damn well. It comes with two sets of sole blocks, both ISO Touring and ISO Alpine, for those who want to switch between touring and alpine bindings, has 15˚ and 21˚ forward lean options, and comes with a heat moldable TF-X Thermo liner. If you need to tour but can't stand the thought of giving up serious downhill performance, this is the boot for you.


  • Alpine overlap construction allows for a walk/tour range with agile forward and rear motion

Support and Cushioning:

  • Polyurethane mix maximizes rigidity and support while keeping weight low
  • High, stiff Titan Spoiler adds support and forward lean


  • VELCRO® Brand Fastener power strap


  • 102 mm last
  • Triple Binding Sole (TBS) means you can use the touring setup or alpine setup (both toe-and-heel sets included) for backcountry and resort days
  • Titan TF-X liner combines heat moldability with a plastic-reinforced tongue
  • Lightweight, micro-adjustable magnesium buckles have floating touring hooks for the ascent
  • Ski/walk mode with rear toggle lever and 30˚ cuff rotation
On the skin up, you want your boot to be superlight. Feather-light. Half-a-feather-light. On the way down, you want bomber stiffness and support. Welcome to the Dynafit Titan TF-X Ski Boot.


The Titan TF-X is Dynafit's solution for sidecountry skiers and freeride tourers looking for best-in-class downhill performance and compatibility with all alpine style bindings. It's the boot for those who want to ski laps at the resort most of the time but still retain the capability to do some skinning or hiking out of bounds, enabled by the Titan's light weight and walking mode. 

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Binding:Dynafit Quick Step-in / ISO Touring / ISO Alpine
Buckles:4 Magnesium + Power Strap
Cuff Rotation:30°
Forward Lean:15, 21° + release for walking
Heel Booster:Pebax
Shell/ Cuff:High Tech PU
Sizes:25-30.5 + 1/2 sizes
Sole:DynaGrip / ISO Alpine
Weight:Touring Mode
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Dynafit Titan TF-X Ski Boot Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Purchased these boots new for this season. Have skied a total of 33 days in them thus far and have a few comments. Most of the time I am using the alpine sole with a pair of Marker Duke bindings. While I would prefer to use the tech compatible soles all the time, the heel piece of the Dukes started to deform the plastic. This is because the Dukes fit very tightly and the heel piece on the tech soles is slightly taller than the alpine sole.
My overall impression is that these boots are VERY stiff and are ideal for high performance descents. If loosened up properly, they also provide a high degree of mobility for the uphill. While they are not the lightest touring boots you can find, for bigger more aggressive skiers, these provide an appropriate trade off of weight for performance. Like some of the other reviews, I have found a few durability issues. The liners are not the highest quality. It felt as though they took a long time to pack out, even after the heat molding. More recently, they have begun to pack out too far, causing me to buckle the boots more tightly than the shell would prefer. As a result, the rivet on one of the toe ratchets has pulled out, so that I cannot fasten the toe buckle. Still looking for spare parts so that this can be fixed.
Will probably keep using these through the end of the season and into the next. The next step in dialing these in will be to get a pair of intuition liners and to repair the toe ratchet. With the performance and versatility of these boots, I will do whatever I can to keep them usable.

ANousaine at Backcountry.com on 03/23/2012

I used to rent boots but my oddly shaped feet resulted in excruciating pain, loss of circulation, and lots of down time massaging my feet back to life by the fire pit. Then I got these boots and I must say I am absolutely in love with them. They are light (especially for the price), very comfortable, they lock down tight, the walk mode is generous and I really like the way the boot looks. I skied a blue run in walk mode without knowing until I got to the bottom. Total noob mistake probably bumped the switch getting on or off the lift. They come with soles for either AT or Alpine bindings too, although switching back and forth constantly may strip out the screw holes since it's just plastic...

Isaac at Backcountry.com on 11/29/2012

Neutral Reviews:

wear a BD Factor 27.5; got the same size in the Titan... run smaller for sure. no other commments about performance yet.

mtnras1092293 at Backcountry.com on 01/18/2012