Dynafit TLT5 Mountain Ski Boot

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Dynafit TLT5 Mountain Ski Boot -
Dynafit TLT5 Mountain Ski Boot - Women's: The new women’s specific TLT5: the ideal choice for female skiers who demand the best in boots for long distances and high altitude tours. Also the best option for tours with difficult climbing both on ice and rock, thanks to its short rockered sole and perfect crampon compatibility. The additional Downhill Booster tongue makes it extremely supportive during technical and steep descents, while the racing-derived Ultra-Lock system allows for incredible cuff rotation and uphill agility with a super fast, single-motion transition from walk to ski mode. Designed for a wider range of users, the women’s TLT5 Mountain version features a Grilamid cuff for a great combination of lightness and downhill performance,a new spoiler with adjustable forward lean angle and women-specific liners and design.
Colours: White/Green.
Shell: Grilamid.
Cuff: Grilamid.
Buckle: Ultra-Lock System.
Forward lean: 15°, 18° & Walk-Mode.
Cuff rotation: 60°
Sole: Klauen.
Weight (g): 970 (25,5)
Size: 22,5 - 27,5.

Features:

  • Compatible only with Tech bindings
  • 60° fore/aft motion in tour mode
  • Fall 2011/Winter 2012 model, one forward lean adjustment of 15 degrees
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Climb easier and hike longer in Dynafit's TLT5 Mountain TF-X ski boot - a light boot geared for a wide range of skiers whose wants range from downhill fun to forays on the backside.

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The Dynafit TLT Mountain Women's TF-X Ski Boot allows you to work less hard and play harder. It is amazingly light and the outstanding fore/aft freedom in tour mode will not hamper your stride.
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Binding Compatibility:Tech Binding
Boot Fit Heel:Medium
Boot Fit Instep:Medium
Closure:ultra lock 2 buckle
Country of Origin:Italy
Features:Dynafit Quick-Step-in
Forward Lean:15°, 18° & Walk-Mode
Liner:Grilamid Cuff
Liner Lacing System:Ultra-Lock-System
Liner Type:Thermoflex
Material:moldable foam
Moldable:yes
Removable Liner:yes
Shell Material:Grilamid
Sizing Scale:M
Sole:Klauen
Type:Alpine Touring
Uses:SkiTouring , SpeedTouring
Weight:86
Weight - Per Pair:1105 (25,5)
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Dynafit TLT5 Mountain Ski Boot Reviews:

Reviews:

How can a boot this light have this much

How can a boot this light can work this well? I skied the Dynafit Manaslu 178/185 and Stoke 178 with this boot and came away very impressed with the power, subtlety and fit of a boot that at first look should only be a touring or Rando race tool.
The boot has an wide range of motion for touring with the tongue out. A simple and direct walk mechanism and much better fit than I had hoped for. I have a relatively wide foot with a medium volume instep and I use orthotics. The foot beds fit without the need to trim them from my other boots.
I was also pleasantly surprised with how warm the boot was. Riding the chairs at Mission Ridge did not allow my feet to get cold even at the top of the mountain where the wind was quite cold (around 15f.)
The short tour I was able to do on the first day was so much easier than with my other set up. My prediction is that light Dynafit boots and bindings on a light Dynafit Stoke ski beats whatever you may have on hand!.
Conclusion: I would own these boots without reservation and use them all over the mountain.
Revrundtelemark at Mountain Gear on 08/08/2011

Nice boot

I've toured on this boot for a dozen days in various types of snow. Climbing and even kick-and-gliding are very nice due to the wide fore-and-aft range of motion of the cuff. The boot is great in powder especially without the downhill booster tongue. The booster tongue is really useful on breakable crust, wet snow, and hard crust and ice. The forward lean is 15 degrees, but feels more to me--I like to back it off a bit, but I'm adjusting. The stiffness seems greater than my Pebax Zzero 3s and my PU Zzero 4s; the cuff height is higher than the 3s and the same as the 4s. I didn't thermofit the liners and initially they were quite tight, but they loosened up considerably after 3-4 days of touring and now I'm considering a thin aftermarket footbed for my pronation. Plenty of power and control with both my 178 summits and my 187 Manaslus. I've take to using the TLT5 and 7 Summits on nordic ski patrol. FWIW, I'm 230 lbs with a size 11 foot and have size 29 TLT5 Mountains, Zzero 3s, Zzero 4s, and Scarpa T-3s, and T-2s. I had to move my rear binding forward on the Manaslus.
acarey at Mountain Gear on 02/02/2011

Great boot

I've toured on this boot for a dozen days in various types of snow. Climbing and even kick-and-gliding are very nice due to the wide fore-and-aft range of motion of the cuff. The boot is great in powder especially without the downhill booster tongue. The booster tongue is really useful on breakable crust, wet snow, and hard crust and ice. The forward lean is 15 degrees, but feels more to me--I like to back it off a bit, but I'm adjusting. The stiffness seems greater than my Pebax Zzero 3s and my PU Zzero 4s; the cuff height is higher than the 3s and the same as the 4s. I didn't thermofit the liners and initially they were quite tight, but they loosened up considerably after 3-4 days of touring and now I'm considering a thin aftermarket footbed for my pronation. Plenty of power and control with both my 178 summits and my 187 Manaslus. I've take to using the TLT5 and 7 Summits on nordic ski patrol. FWIW, I'm 230 lbs with a size 11 foot and have size 29 TLT5 Mountains, Zzero 3s, Zzero 4s, and Scarpa T-3s, and T-2s. I had to move my rear binding forward on the Manaslus.
AndyC at Mountain Gear on 02/02/2011

A true jack of all trades.

Three full days of back country skiing and I'm really impressed with these boots. Day 1 was several thousand feet of vert. right out of the box. Skinning up a long road/approach, then turns on a big mountain. Mixed conditions and cold-12F. I am skiing these on Dynafit F12's with Stoke skis. I am 6'3" 182 lbs. Day 2 was a hike up a narrow col. and ski down, followed by a 5.5 mile slog to a hut. Snow conditions were mixed, Day 3 was a bunch of laps off the pass in 12'' of powder-lots of skinning up through the powder. I kept the extra tongue in the whole time. I was able to wear them all day without any foot pain. No blisters, and no hot spots. I was most impressed with the stiffness of the boot after you lock in the rear buckle. I had no problems turning hard in a narrow chute.
budoya at Mountain Gear on 04/04/2011

Blows your Mind!!

Wow is all I can say about this boot. I skied it with the G3 Infidel to test it side by side with the Maestrale, and it proved it's self to be a much more rounded boot than I expected. It is soft in forward flex but this did not hinder the performance unless you were really driving the ski into a quick turn. Over all something you could ski in almost any soft snow and actually in the hard pack as well. Anyone who has a full touring set up separate from their alpine gear needs this boot.
Do not be afraid of the light weight aspect, this boot kills it with almost any ski!!
Shreddin' the Nar Pow Pow at Mountain Gear on 09/09/2011

Game Changing does not do justice

If it wasn't for an addiction to the telemark turn I would fully convert to the TLT 5 for any skiing that deserved a Dynafit binding. This is a game changing boot, handily best in class thanks to its stunning ease in walking mode (range of motion cuff + sole rocker), and amazing stiffness when the boot is locked in. I would have no qualms about driving any 100 waist ski with this boot, and would likely get 2x as many laps up the hill.
Surfer at Mountain Gear on 10/10/2010